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Working with SSL at Development Time is easier with IISExpress - Scott Hanselman

Working with SSL at Development Time is easier with IISExpress - Scott Hanselman | javascript | Scoop.it
Scott Hanselman on Programming, User Experience, The Zen of Computers and Life in General
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How AngularJS Made Me a Better Node.js Developer

Over the past 6 years I’ve used Ruby on Rails, Backbone.js, Node and AngularJS. RoR reinforced my knowledge of Model View Controller (MVC) while Backbone.js did the same for my knowledge of Publish/Subscribe. Like many who made the switch to Node, my first instinct was to try and apply MVC to my Node.js apps - however, it felt unnatural. Taking a “class”-based approach, using CoffeeScript, didn’t feel entirely natural either.

While I enjoyed developing in JavaScript, I always felt I was missing something - that is until I started developing with AngularJS. AngularJS uses both dependency injection and promises extensively, both of which have greatly improved my code. In this article, I’ll focus on dependency injection, and discuss promises in my next article.


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Init.js: A Guide to the Why and How of Full-Stack JavaScript

Init.js: A Guide to the Why and How of Full-Stack JavaScript | javascript | Scoop.it
Have you explored the full JavaScript stack? Init.js lets you instantly initialize and deploy apps built with Backbone, Node, Mongo, Grunt, Mocha, and more.

The core of the idea is to have a single project to start them all, to let the developer or the technical founder make all of these essential decisions at once, and receive an appropriate starting template based on those decisions. I know what detractors are going to say, “One solution can’t apply to every problem” (haters gonna hate). And they might be right. But we can do our best to create an approximate solution, and I think Init comes pretty close.

To best achieve this objective, we have to keep a few key ideas in mind. When developing Init, I considered:

* Components

* Ease of Development

* Community

Keeping these goals in mind, I’ll next show you how I made my own decision decisions in creating Init...


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A rich new JavaScript code editor spreading to several Microsoft ...

A rich new JavaScript code editor spreading to several Microsoft ... | javascript | Scoop.it
I noticed yesterday that some C#, JavaScript and CSS files I had sitting in SkyDrive were suddenly editable. Editable code in SkyDrive. Not just editable, but there's also autocompletion of strings (not quite intellisense, as it's ...
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this is indeed cool

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