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iOS Source Code Examples. iOS App Development Libraries, Controls and Examples - Open Source iPhone/iPad Apps - Code4App.net

iOS Source Code Examples. iOS App Development Libraries, Controls and Examples - Open Source iPhone/iPad Apps - Code4App.net | Computing | Scoop.it
“ Code4App.net : iOS App Development Libraries, Controls, Examples and Tools. Open Source iPhone And iPad Apps. iOS Source Code Examples. Open Source Development Resources.”
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Building an app with Ember.js and Go - Part 3

Building an app with Ember.js and Go - Part 3 | Computing | Scoop.it
The first part of any Ember project is to get the basic up and running. Since this is a super basic example we are just going to wire up a Go server to serve our static assets. Now that we have a basic http server we can setup our Ember environment. I have included a script that will grab jQuery, Handlebars, and Ember for you. These are all the dependencies that you need to get the project up and running. Now we can actually create our ember application. The canonical example name space is App, but you can use any name that you would like. This line of code bootstraps your Ember application. It will automatically run once the page is loaded. Let’s create our kittens endpoint. First we are going use the super excellent Gorilla web toolkit’s mux for routing. I prefer to have my api endpoint under an /api name space. This is not a requirement, but a personal preference.
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Taking JavaScript Seriously in Grails (AngularJS and CoffeeScript)

Taking JavaScript Seriously in Grails (AngularJS and CoffeeScript) | Computing | Scoop.it
Whenever I write JavaScript I throw all software craftsmanship discipline out the window. There are no unit tests and very little structure to the code. It's just me and the browser refresh button until we get it right. If you are lucky you may have jQuery to provide a nice CSS selector based api that somewhat shields you from browser quirks. Maybe you even kept your project from devolving to the point where every page is basically its own JavaScript app with no hope of reuse between them. Even then JavaScript is still likely a second class language in your project. Surprisingly, this state of affairs is normal. I want to take my client side scripting just as seriously as any other code in my Grails web app. I want tests, structure, and less boilerplate, and I am going to use AngularJS and CoffeeScript to do that.
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The Man Who Would Build a Computer the Size of the Entire Internet | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com

The Man Who Would Build a Computer the Size of the Entire Internet | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com | Computing | Scoop.it
Google runs its web empire on computers the size of warehouses.Inside the massive data centers that drive things like Google Search and Gmail and Google Maps, you’ll find tens of thousands of machines — each small enough to hold in your arms — but thanks to a new breed of software that spans this sea of servers, the entire data center operates like a single system, one giant computer that runs any application the company throws at it.A Google application like Gmail doesn’t run on a particular server or even a select group of servers. It runs on the data center, grabbing computing power from any machine than can spare it. Google calls this “warehouse-scale computing,” and for some, it’s an idea so large, they have trouble wrapping their heads around it.Solomon Hykes isn’t one of them. He aims for something even bigger. With a new open-source software project known as Docker, he wants to build a computer the size of the internet.Sitting in his company’s offices, on the 16th floor of a high-rise in downtown San Francisco, Hykes is wearing a t-shirt with a whale on it. This is a whale of the cartoon variety. It’s grinning slightly as it floats on a wavy blue sea, and on its back, it carries a stack of shipping containers — the sort you’d see towering over the docks in Oakland, across the bay from San Francisco, or on the train cars heading north towards Sacramento.Click headline to read more--
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Enable Personal Hotspot (Wi-Fi Tethering) On iPhone For Free [No Jailbreak Required] | Redmond Pie

Enable Personal Hotspot (Wi-Fi Tethering) On iPhone For Free [No Jailbreak Required] | Redmond Pie | Computing | Scoop.it
“ Having the ability to natively share an internet connection from mobile to other personal devices for free is definitely a beneficial feature that comes in handy at differing times.”
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Promises in JavaScript

Writing code in an async programming framework like node.js becomes super complex and unbearably ugly super fast. You are dealing with synchronous and asynchronous functions and mixing them together can get really tricky. That is why we have Control Flow. Basically, control flow libraries allow you to write non-blocking code that executes in an asynchronous fashion without writing too much glue or plumbing code. There is a wholesection on control-flow modules to help you unwind the sphagetti of callbacks that you will quickly land yourself into while dealing with async calls in node.js. Control flow as a pattern can been implemented via several approaches and one of such approaches is called Promises.
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Social Media Around the World: A Complete Infographic Guide

Social Media Around the World: A Complete Infographic Guide | Computing | Scoop.it
The world of social media is increasing and has a powerful role to play in the future. In 2012, more than 63% of online users visited more number of social media websites than any other types, and that number is expected to continue going up through 2013.View this infographic to find more statistics about online behavior and the use of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Pinterest and Instagram across the globe...
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