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Google Dart – language of Structural Web Applications

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Google Dart - a language of Structural Web Applications
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As we heard of Structural Web Applications, we started to explore Google Dart and the core language is very promising for our development - as we found it...

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Asynchronous calls with ES6 generators

Asynchronous calls with ES6 generators | Angular.js and Google Dart | Scoop.it

A few months ago Jake Archibald wrote an article about the awesomeness of the asyncfunctions in ES7 and how we can “emulate” them using ES6’s generators, using his spawn function, which has subset of the features of co.

In this blog post we’ll take a look at standard ways of handling asynchronous calls and how we can improve the readability of our code using generators. We’ll also take a further look at the implementation of spawn, since there are few tricky moments there.


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React Tutorial: Creating a Simple Application Using React JS and Flux Architecture

React Tutorial: Creating a Simple Application Using React JS and Flux Architecture | Angular.js and Google Dart | Scoop.it

React JS and Flux go together pretty well, as it was architected that way, but they’re by no means dependent upon one another. As a result, I’m going to split this article up into the React JS piece, which will go over how to create views and best practices, followed by a detailed look into how I’m getting data out of my mocked server API via Flux.

I’ve put a demo of the todo application in action, but prepare to be disappointed, as it’s really very straightforward.


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How to setup AngularJS in MVC4 application

How to setup AngularJS in MVC4 application | Angular.js and Google Dart | Scoop.it
In this post, I would like to explain Part 1 - How to setup AngularJS in MVC4 application. This is our First Post about AngularJS. Here I have explained a little about AngularJS and What we will learn in this section part by part. In this part (Part 1) I am going to explain how to setup AngularJS in MVC4 application.

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JavaScript Application Architecture On The Road To 2015

JavaScript Application Architecture On The Road To 2015 | Angular.js and Google Dart | Scoop.it

* Composition
* Component messaging
* ES6 & Browserify
* The Offline Problem
* Component APIs and Facades
* Immutable & persistent data structures
* We have a long way to go yet
* Onward and upward




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rx-flux: The Flux architecture with RxJS

rx-flux: The Flux architecture with RxJS | Angular.js and Google Dart | Scoop.it

The Flux architecture allows you to think your application as an unidirectional flow of data, this module aims to facilitate the use of RxJS Observable as basis for defining the relations between the different entities composing your application.


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Don't React

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Don't React

Reactive Programming is an Enlightened Path to Programming Utopia Yet to be Grokked By Mere Humans

* Why this presentation?
* What is React?
* React virtual elements are not observable
* How could it be better?
* Thanks!


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Introduction to Contexts in React.js

Introduction to Contexts in React.js | Angular.js and Google Dart | Scoop.it

Contexts are a feature that will eventually be released in React.js - however, they exist today in an undocumented form. I spent an afternoon looking into the present implementation and was frustrated by the lack of documentation (justified, as it is a changing feature). I've pieced together a few code examples that I found helpful.

In React.js a context is a set of attributes that are implicitly passed down from an element to all of its children and grandchildren.


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JavaScript Templating | What is Templating?

JavaScript Templating | What is Templating? | Angular.js and Google Dart | Scoop.it
This course provides a look at popular JavaScript templating solutions for modern web apps that consume and display data.

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Angularjs Tutorial for Beginners - learn Angular.js using UI-Router - YouTube

Working Angularjs Code Sample on Plunkr: http://plnkr.co/tZg6EfbMCJX1MLtUAcb1 This tutorial will teach you how to build a single page javascript application ...
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Google revs Dart, but questions about language's goals remain - InfoWorld

Google revs Dart, but questions about language's goals remain - InfoWorld | Angular.js and Google Dart | Scoop.it
Version 1.8 of Google's JavaScript contender adds new libraries and experimental support for enum types
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elasticUI | AngularJS directives for Elasticsearch

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ElasticUI is a set of AngularJS directives enabling developers to rapidly build a frontend on top of Elasticsearch.
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JavaScript Tips: Numbers are also objects JavaScript javascript oops object oriented | CSnipp - Social Code Sharing

JavaScript Tips: Numbers are also objects JavaScript javascript oops object oriented | CSnipp - Social Code Sharing | Angular.js and Google Dart | Scoop.it
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Building a Q&A System With Polymer and Firebase

Building a Q&A System With Polymer and Firebase | Angular.js and Google Dart | Scoop.it

We’re going to build a Q&A system from scratch starting off with setting up your project using Yeoman and outlining the structure. Along the way we’ll talk about custom elements, material design, routing, authentication, security rules, and record priority. Users will be able to write questions, answers, and comments. Both questions and answers can be upvoted. Using security rules, we’ll make sure that users can only manage their own content within Firebase.

This is an ambitious blog post with a lot of code. If you find an error or aren’t sure how to continue, leave a comment in the post and I’ll make improvements. Walking through this entire series (in progress) could take an hour or two, but by the end you’ll have a thorough understanding of how to build a basic Polymer app.


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Getting To Know Flux, the React.js Architecture

Getting To Know Flux, the React.js Architecture | Angular.js and Google Dart | Scoop.it
Contents:IntroductionWhat is Flux?The DispatcherStoresAction Creators & ActionsController ViewsPutting It All TogetherWrap Up
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HTML5 Mobile - Optimising for older or slower devices

HTML5 Mobile - Optimising for older or slower devices | Angular.js and Google Dart | Scoop.it

I built my App using Ionic Framework, which is based on AngularJS, but these lessons should apply to other frameworks too. Angular has built-in support for animations, and Ionic comes with some default transitions for sliding pages left and right. I used that, and added a Javascript animation for the “Hero” element. It extracts the element from the card and positions it so it’s in the same place on screen, then animates it to it’s new location before removing it. The corresponding element in the details page is initially hidden during the animation, and revealed at the end so it appears to be the same element.


Google’s success at making the OS available at lower price points means that many users have devices with relatively limited performance. Giving those users a good experience is vital. Here are some lessons I’ve learned while optimising my App to look good on older or slower devices.


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The Two Pillars of JavaScript — Pt 2: Functional Programming

The Two Pillars of JavaScript — Pt 2: Functional Programming | Angular.js and Google Dart | Scoop.it

How to Stop Micromanaging Everything

 

Over the course of the next few years, the way we code is going to change in radical ways, pushing us in a fundamentally different direction than the one we’ve been sprinting for the past 30 years or so. These changes will lead to many important breakthroughs in programming techniques, processes, application scalability, and quality controls.


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Getting started with hapi 8 - tutorial

Getting started with hapi 8 - tutorial | Angular.js and Google Dart | Scoop.it
Getting started with hapi 8: request lifecycle, plugins and server methods...

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Building an App with React and RefluxJS

Building an App with React and RefluxJS | Angular.js and Google Dart | Scoop.it

A couple of months ago, I learned React by writing a game called Flip. Since then, React and the Flux architecture have attracted a lot of attention in the web developer community. Because of React’s superior DOM performance, and the scalable nature of Flux’s one-directional data flow, many in the industry suspect that React+Flux may become the “next big thing” in front end web development.

Facebook doesn’t provide a framework for Flux, only how to make one from scratch. So I began searching for implementations. Surprisingly, there are already a few good (though somewhat poorly-named) options: jFlux, Fluxy, Fluxxor, and finally, Reflux. Of them, Reflux appeared to have the most backers and the most elegant API. I was also won over by Krawaller’s explanations of the overarching philosophy behind Reflux and how using Reflux can dramatically simplify a Flux application.


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Every Possible Way to Define a Javascript Function

Every Possible Way to Define a Javascript Function | Angular.js and Google Dart | Scoop.it
One small thing that confused me as I was learning Javascript was the many different kinds of ways to define a Javascript function. I could never seem to find one place that showed all of them, and explained why you might use each one. That is the aim of this post. So without further ado, here are ALL the ways to define a Javascript function.

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Functional Reactive React.js

Functional Reactive React.js | Angular.js and Google Dart | Scoop.it
A brief journey into reactive interfaces with FRP and React.js

In this post, I will discuss the way we approach building interfaces with reactive programming and React, and how it’s changed the way we think about writing effective code. The first half will cover how we use reactive programming — RxJS, more specifically — to compose our data sources, and the second will talk about feeding that data into React.


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AngularJS Performance in Large Applications

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AngularJS expert Abraham Polishchuk walks through strategies to maximize performance in large Angular apps.


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Creating A “Save For Later” Chrome Extension With Modern Web Tools - Smashing Magazine

Creating A “Save For Later” Chrome Extension With Modern Web Tools - Smashing Magazine | Angular.js and Google Dart | Scoop.it
Creating an extension for the Chrome browser is a great way to take a small and useful idea and distribute it to millions of people through the Chrome Web Store.

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Read Understanding ECMAScript 6 | Leanpub

Read Understanding ECMAScript 6 | Leanpub | Angular.js and Google Dart | Scoop.it

* Introduction
Browser and Node.js Compatibility
Who This Book is For
Overview
Help and Support
* The Basics
Better Unicode Support
Other String Changes
Other Regular Expression Changes
Object.is()
Block bindings
Destructuring Assignment
Numbers
Summary
* Functions
Default Parameters
Rest Parameters
Destructured Parameters
The Spread Operator
The name Property
Block-Level Functions
Arrow Functions
Syntax
Summary
* Objects
Object Categories
Object Literal Extensions
Object.assign()
Duplicate Object Literal Properties
proto, Object.setPrototypeOf()
super
Reflection Methods
Summary
* Iterators and Generators
What are Iterators?
for-of
Generators
Built-in Iterators
Advanced Functionality
Summary
* Symbols
Creating Symbols
Identifying Symbols
Using Symbols
Sharing Symbols
Finding Object Symbols
Well-Known Symbols
Summary


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Understanding ECMA6 

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Visualization is for Sharing: Using React for Portable Data Visualization | Viget

Visualization is for Sharing: Using React for Portable Data Visualization | Viget | Angular.js and Google Dart | Scoop.it

Here at Viget, we've become huge fans of React. It gives us greater flexibility by working with a virtual representation of the DOM. When the DOM simply becomes an idea, instead of a requirement, rendering becomes just another implementation detail. This is particularly useful when rendering content server-side, loosely diagrammed below...

Now let's get started.


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Why you should be using Web Components. And How.

Why you should be using Web Components. And How. | Angular.js and Google Dart | Scoop.it

What we'll cover

* What are Web Components?
* State of native support
* Componentised Web Apps now
* Why Web Components are the future!


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