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HTTP/2 in Node.js core

November 13th, 2017

If you recall our last blogposts on HTTP/2, such as HTTP/2: a look into the future of the web, Alternatives to HTTP/2 or Optimize with Server Push and Service Workers, you may remember some of the details in the HTTP/2 protocol and the differences from version one. Check out the following example: – – const…

Why do you prefer to use ReactJS over VueJS or AngularJS?

November 13th, 2017

For me personally going with React over the other 2 was mostly for non-technical reasons. What you should be asking yourself is: – – In terms of the technical aspects and developer experience, I just like React’s simple API, I also prefer JSX and the “it’s just javascript” approach of React. For me personally going…

Content marking pattern summary

November 13th, 2017

Content marking pattern chapter summary – How to build, run and connect to a hashtag messaging API – In this chapter we described a social networking pattern called content marking pattern and implemented an API and client for it. We will show you in more details later on how to use the API service and…

Learning Angular: Everything You Need to Get Started — SitePoint

November 13th, 2017

X – a framework, or Angular – a platform, Google’s Angular project has taken over the web. Here’s a collection of articles, projects and courses that’ll help you get to grips with the powerful front-end tool. For expert-led online Angular training courses you can’t go past Ultimate Angular by Todd Motto. If cobbling together your…

Is Language Agnosticism the Future of Software Development?

November 13th, 2017

You may have heard the new buzzword in software development world – Language Agnosticism. Simply knowing a programming language does not seem to be the thing of present anymore to make a mark in the software development industry as a software developer. Since software development paradigm has witnessed radical changes in the past few years,…

NativeScript 2.0 brings mobile strategy options for AngularJS developers

November 13th, 2017

Progress announced the latest release of the open-source framework NativeScript today, allowing developers to build native mobile apps with JavaScript on all major mobile platforms. NativeScript 2.0, which is open source and backed by Telerik, allows Angular developers to write native mobile applications for Android and iOS using Google’s Angular 2 JavaScript framework. NET Developer…

AngularJS Chat Tutorial: Realtime User List with User Presence (3/6)

November 13th, 2017

In Part 2: Building an AngularJS Chat App Using History API with Infinite Scroll, we learned how to add the pull-to-refresh and endless scrolling feature (loading previous messages when a user scrolls to the top of the screen). Here’s what the infrastructure looked like: – – In the next steps, we will be adding a…

Updated #angular #ngrx to the latest versions #aspnetcore

November 13th, 2017

This repository offers you a demo application implemented with the Angular CLI and an endpoint using ASP.NET Core WebAPI. Server and Client are completely seperated that you can exchange the endpoint easily. Please install cordova and the trash-cli globally to handle cross platform for the AngularCLI-Demo – – This client is implemented with Angular and…

SharePoint Framework, Angular and Azure Functions

November 13th, 2017

But in a Mobile-First, Cloud-First world, things are changing to a crazy pace and to stay on the top of your game, you need keep up with the latest and greatest technologies that are available out there. By staying up to date, you will give to yourself new options that will let you be more…

Dependency Injection in Angular 1 vs Angular 2

November 12th, 2017

In Angular 2, the directive and component decorators are the place where you configure dependency injection bindings. An instance of the login service will be created next to the App component. In Angular 1, it can be done as follows: – – There is often a need for a component to interact with its DOM…