AngularJS today is one of the most powerful, user-friendly and popular JS frameworks to work on web applications. Surprisingly, one of the main weaknesses of this framework is poorly structured documentation and the lack of ready-made solutions. In this report, we will try to work out the best approach to the organization of large and very large applications. We will also speak about the tools that will be useful at every stage of the application development and tools and practicesthat will help you to work in the continuous delivery mode.
Tutorial 11: AngularJS Navigation Tutorial 10: Angularjs routeParams Example Tutorial 9: How to config angularjs routing? Tutorial 8: Binding input field to filters Tutorial 7: Using filters in AngularJS service Tutorial 6: Using AngularJS service Tutorial 5: AngularJS Complex Models Tutorial 4: Modules in AngularJS Tutorial 3: What is MVC Architecture in AngularJS ? Tutorial 2: Basic App in AngularJS Tutorial 1: AngularJS Tutorial
* Prototypes * Constructor Functions * Encapsulation * Inheritance * Static vs Instance * Abstracting it up a bit * Conclusion
FixMyJS (by Josh Perez) was created to try solving this problem. It aims to automatically fix linting errors in a non-destructive way. To an extent, it achieves this goal.
Under the hood the module uses Esprima for source parsing and Escodegen (from the Mozilla Parser API AST) to generate it back. While any form of automation code transformation should be approached with a healthy dose of skepticism, FixMyJS is able to handle fixing basic JSHint errors fairly well. Some of what it supports includes:
Adding missing semicolonsEnforcing camelCase and snake_case conventionsAdding curly braces to statementsRemoving debugger statementsEnforcing single and double quite stylesAdding the radix parameter to parseIntDot notation conversionHandling extra trailing commas
Knex.js is a "batteries included" SQL query builder for Postgres, MySQL, MariaDB and SQLite3, designed to be flexible, portable, and fun to use. It features both traditional node style callbacks as well as a promise interface for cleaner async flow control, a stream interface, full featured query and schema builders, transaction support, connection pooling and standardized responses between different query clients and dialects.
As you can see from the previous posts, building a secure application takes a lot of work. One short cut to secure software can be to take advantage of the security features of your application framework.
SLIDESA Gulp of Angularwith Oliver Merk and Greta CastilloGitHub Advanced UI, Plugins and Components in AngularJSwith Matias NiemeläSlides Github Building a Site with AngularJS & Firebasewith Rob McDiarmidGithub Demos Going Hybrid Mobile with Ionic and AngularJSwith Gerred DillonSlideShare Mobile & Offline Data Synchronization in AngularJSwith Daniel ZenSlideShare Omnichannel Applications with AngularJSwith Nick Van WeerdenburgSlideShare
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