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AngularJS for jQuery Developers

AngularJS for jQuery Developers | Web Development | Scoop.it

AngularJS is a sweet web app framework. It comes with decent official documentation and samples, it looks superior among a large number of frameworks in an almost-real-world application test (the famousTodoMVC project), and there are cool presentations and screencasts about it all over the web.

But for a developer who has not used frameworks similar to Angular before, and has mostly worked withJavaScript libraries like jQuery, there may be some difficulty in shifting from the jQuery mindset to the Angular mindset. At least there was for me, and I’d like to share some notes–maybe this will be useful to someone.

* Not a Library
* Declarative, rather than Imperative
* Two-way Data Binding
* Dependency Injection
* Data Access


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The Online ColdFusion Meetup is back

The Online ColdFusion Meetup is back | Web Development | Scoop.it
Raymond Camden's personal blog covering jQuery, Mobile, ColdFusion, and Web Development. The Online ColdFusion Meetup is back
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Structuring jQuery with Backbone.js

Structuring jQuery with Backbone.js | Web Development | Scoop.it

One of the difficulties in building large jQuery applications is keeping code organized. It is very easy to get lost in a Christmas tree of doom-a deeply nested list of callback functions that seems to hold every single feature and interaction. The truth is that jQuery does not provide any guidance on organization or structure for code.

The good news is that you don't have to choose exclusively between jQuery and well-structured code that SPA libraries and frameworks help you to write. You can combine the simplicity and interactivity of jQuery-based applications with the building blocks of good structure from Backbone.js to create highly interactive pages that also have good code organization and structure.

 

 

From jQuery to Backbone.js: A Migration
It's tempting to jump straight in to Backbone.js at this point, but that would be a disservice to most developers. Starting from scratch is easy. The real challenge lies in taking existing code and migrating it to something else.
Taking a migration approach to Backbone.js does two things:
* Shows that Backbone.js can be added to existing projects, without an all-or-nothing re-write
* Shows the similarities and differences between writing jQuery on its own and using Backbone.js to structure jQuery

 

The Add form that was built with plain jQuery code will be migrated to Backbone.js, one step at a time. Before that can happen, though, you'll need to configure Backbone.js in your project.

 


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jQuery Performance Tips Cheat Sheet

jQuery Performance Tips Cheat Sheet | Web Development | Scoop.it

I was hunting for jQuery performance tricks for a while to tune my heavy dynamic web app. After digging in a lot of articles decided to make a list of the best common performance tips. I also built a handy jQuery Performance Cheat Sheet that can be printed or placed on my desktop.

* Selectors performance tips
* DOM manipulation performance tips
* Events performance tips
* Testing jQuery
* General jQuery performance tips

 


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Vulnerability in Adobe ColdFusion allows hackers to access files stored on the server

Vulnerability in Adobe ColdFusion allows hackers to access files stored on the server | Web Development | Scoop.it
A critical vulnerability(CVE-2013-3336) has been identified in the Adobe ColdFusion allows hacker to retrieve files stored on the server

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