A web based application for listening music from soundcloud. It can be run on devices including android, iOS and even windows phone 7.5. It is an application that uses angularjs on frontend, and slim with some nodejs parts on backend. It could be the next web app. It is still beta phase but works really good and the team would really appreciate your feedbacks.
This article will compare four important architecture presentation patterns i.e. MVP(SC),MVP(PV),PM,MVVM and MVC. Many developers are confused around what is the difference between these patterns and when should we use what. This article will first kick start with a background and explain different types of presentation patterns. We will then move ahead discussing about the state , logic and synchronization issues. Finally we will go in detail of each pattern and conclude how they differ from each other.
All crawling approaches basically need to solve two problems:
* Search Engines must be able to discover URLs, which should be crawled.
* Your server must be able to respond to these URLs, when the Search Engine crawler asks for it.
Let’s first discuss these two problems and possible solutions. Afterwards i will discuss two common approaches adressing both problems.
This small presentation tries to synthesise the behaviour of a web browser’s rendering engine as simply as possible. It also proposes a few tricks we’ve used internally to cope with very resource-demanding webapps.
Every week or two we spread the word of Node.js and the cool and incredible things it can do. We do that by profiling creative, interesting and fun uses of Node.js in various products and projects. We call it “In the Loop.”.
Apple has rolled out iOS 7 and in a few days the new devices iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C . As expected Apple has publish just 10% of the necessary information for web developers and I can say without fear of mistake that this is the buggiest Safari version since 1.0. In this post I’ll show you the new APIs and abilities and most of the problems that you will need to deal with right now if you have a website or a webapp.
It’s probably important you have at least a high level picture what an SPA architecture looks like now that there is quite a bit more design work involved on the client side especially with more and more implementations are around SPA and patterns like MVVM; so hence this post. Obviously there is no such thing as one size fits all especially when it comes to architecture, so feel free to omit or add to the architecture based on your specific needs.
Client Layer (HTML5 Browser) Model View ViewModel (MVVM) is a design pattern which helps developers separate the Model (the data) from the View (the UI). The View-Model part of MVVM is responsible for exposing the data objects from the Model in such a way that those objects are easily consumed in the View. Kendo MVVM is an implementation of the MVVM pattern which seamlessly integrates with the rest of the Kendo framework (widgets and DataSource).
Web Layer (Server) Almost the entire ASP.NET MVC Web Layer can leverage the DI & IoC Pattern, you can read up on what the benefits are and how to do this download both a sample MVC app that uses MEF or Unity 3 from one of my previous post.
Do you have things to say? Do you have a message for the world? Are you seeking a vessel to express this divine inspiration? Do you feel like blurting out this message at the top right corner of the screen in a fancy way? Then you may need to consider growl-like notifications in your webapp.
At a high level, this is the approach we will take. This is done within the context of an Ember.js webapp, but you could take these ideas and run with them in your framework of choice.
Collection of notification objects:
A controller will be responsible for getting told about new notifications and storing them within a collection.
View to house the current notifications:
A fixed-position view will be put in the DOM that will have sub-views inserted when new notifications arrive. These sub-views will have to do a little work to figure out where to place themselves and respond to clicks.
The least important but most fun. You'll see when we get there.
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