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What is 2 way binding in Angular.js | Javalobby

What is 2 way binding in Angular.js | Javalobby | javscript | Scoop.it

Many developers name 2 way binding as the main advantage of Angular.js framework. So what 2 way binding actually is and how it helps Angular.js...


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AngularJS for ASP.NET MVC Developers

Web Development: AngularJS for ASP.NET MVC Developers by Miguel A Castro

When using ASP.NET MVC, you need to to know how to set Angular up with regards to modules, controllers, and services. And the truth is that not the entire site needs to be one giant Single-Page-Application. I’ll show how to design an ASP.NET MVC site so that it includes pockets of SPA that use Angular, taking advantage of binding, routing, and even back-button support - all while remaining on the client.


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JavaScript Weekly Issue 226: April 3, 2015

JavaScript Weekly Issue 226: April 3, 2015 | javscript | Scoop.it
The Rise of TypeScript?, ECMAScript 6 Feature Overview and Comparison, Babel (previously 6to5) 5.0.0 Released, Online/In-Person Workshop: Async JS with Jafar Husain (Netflix and TC39), Airbnb's ES6 Style Guide, and more.

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New JavaScript techniques for rapid page loads

New JavaScript techniques for rapid page loads | javscript | Scoop.it

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You put your React into my Angular

You put your React into my Angular | javscript | Scoop.it

As our business grows, we are seeing more and more complex use-cases that put our UI under stress, such as hundreds of metrics and dimensions that make the rendering of the app in a localised place really challenging. We decided to tackle these problems in-depth, and came up with what we think is a balanced approach between React and AngularJS.


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Node Weekly Issue 78: March 19, 2015

Node Weekly Issue 78: March 19, 2015 | javscript | Scoop.it
Node v0.10.37 (Maintenance) Released, Using 'npm link' to Use Node Modules That Are Not Yet Published [video], Develop an iOS Application with Node.js and Cordova, Full Stack Container Management As a Service, is.js: A Micro 'Checking' Library, and more.

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Creating Objects With A Null Prototype In Node.js

Creating Objects With A Null Prototype In Node.js | javscript | Scoop.it
Ben Nadel looks at how to use Object.create() in Node.js to create an object that has no prototype. Such an object can reduce key collisions with native object methods.

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Video: Create Responsive Mobile App with Bootstrap and AngularJS | Javalobby

Video: Create Responsive Mobile App with Bootstrap and AngularJS | Javalobby | javscript | Scoop.it

This video shows how to create a responsive mobile app using Bootstrap and AngularJS frameworks in Appery.io:


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Emberjs, Reflux, Immutability, No Ember Data, No models….sanity?

Emberjs, Reflux, Immutability, No Ember Data, No models….sanity? | javscript | Scoop.it
Where we are In my last post, I put forth the argument that the new data flow story of ember next does not go far enough. I now want to suggest a way …

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Using Closures in JavaScript

This video is a sample from the "Structuring JavaScript in HTML5 Applications" course available at http://www.pluralsight.com.

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Detection Techniques to Check Browser Support For HTML5 Features

Detection Techniques to Check Browser Support For HTML5 Features | javscript | Scoop.it
RT @jcoz1968: Detection Techniques to Check Browser Support For HTML5 Features http://t.co/VBSSK6W5Pc via @realcombiz #html5 #javascript #c…

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A 10 minute primer to the new Angular router

A 10 minute primer to the new Angular router | javscript | Scoop.it

With the new router being released and not a huge amount of documentation being available yet, I decided to share my own personal notes I gathered while experimenting with the new router.

If you're currently using ngRoute or ui-router, it will take some mental shifting to get used to the new router and its concepts, so hopefully this article helps you avoid some of the pitfalls I encountered.

While ui-router is a state based router, I'd like to consider the new Angular router a component router, where components are fundamental building blocks of the modern web.


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Things Every Javascript Developer Should Know

Things Every Javascript Developer Should Know | javscript | Scoop.it

Javascript is an ever-growing language, especially now that releases for ECMAScript specifications now operate on a yearly release schedule. As such the importance of needing to know Javascript beyond just jQuery becomes even more important as the language grows in scope and quite quickly.

 

Contents:

How to FizzBuzzThe difference between == and ===How to query the DOM without a 3rd party libraryHoistingHow to use browser developer toolsConsole commandsKnow what this is‘use strict’;How to write various types of loopsBasic methods & tasksDifference between Call and ApplyFamiliarity with frameworks/librariesNode.jsTestingToolingECMAScript 6 aka ES6 aka ESNext


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Protractor: Tips & Tricks

The tips and tricks of using protractor for writing e2e tests with AngularJS

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AngularJS Tutorial: Learn to Build a Real-Time Reddit Clone

AngularJS Tutorial: Learn to Build a Real-Time Reddit Clone | javscript | Scoop.it

By building ang-news, you will learn how to develop CRUD (create, read, update, delete) services, securely authenticate users, access servers with $http, communicate with REST APIs using $resource, enable three-way data binding with your server, create directives for your user interface and more.

Once you have finished building the ang-news application, your users will be able to:

Sign up for an account on your sitePost links to the site, as well as delete their own linksComment on linksHave a user profile with a picture and a list of user's posts
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AngularJS Tutorial: Learn to Build a Real-Time Reddit Clone

AngularJS Tutorial: Learn to Build a Real-Time Reddit Clone | javscript | Scoop.it

By building ang-news, you will learn how to develop CRUD (create, read, update, delete) services, securely authenticate users, access servers with $http, communicate with REST APIs using $resource, enable three-way data binding with your server, create directives for your user interface and more.

Once you have finished building the ang-news application, your users will be able to:

Sign up for an account on your sitePost links to the site, as well as delete their own linksComment on linksHave a user profile with a picture and a list of user's posts


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Why You Should Care About The Ember Run Loop

Why You Should Care About The Ember Run Loop | javscript | Scoop.it
The Ember run loop is an extremely important part of Embers internals. The run loop is used to batch, order and work in a way that's most efficient. Before we can understand why we should care, we need to understand...

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Make a Mobile App with ReactJS in 30 Minutes

Make a Mobile App with ReactJS in 30 Minutes | javscript | Scoop.it

Reapp was recently released on React. It’s a mobile app platform designed for performance and productivity. Think of it as a well-optimized UI kit, along with a build system and a bunch of helpers that let you build apps easily.

To explore using Reapp we’re going to build an app that lets you search with the Flickr API and view the results in a photo gallery. This tutorial should take you less than half an hour to follow along with!


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Bringing The Power of Postgres to NodeJS

Bringing The Power of Postgres to NodeJS | javscript | Scoop.it
MassiveJS is a dedicated data access tool for Postgres and NodeJS

Massive's goal is to help you get data from your database. This is not an ORM, it's a bit more than a query tool - our goal is to do just enough, then get out of your way. I'm a huge fan of Postgres and the inspired, creative way you can use it's modern SQL functionality to work with your data.

ORMs abstract this away, and it's silly. Postgres is an amazing database with a rich ability to act as a document storage engine (using jsonb) as well as a cracking relational engine.

Massive embraces SQL completely, and helps you out when you don't feel like writing another mundane select * from statement.


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I have used Postgres on Node.js with Sequelize. I liked Postgres when I first read about it, loved it with Sequelize. But MassiveJs takes it to a whole new level!

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Testing AngularJS Page with Protractor - CodeProject

Testing AngularJS Page with Protractor - CodeProject | javscript | Scoop.it

Test AnjularJS page with e2e testing tool - Protractor; Author: Rimbik_; Updated: 13 Mar 2015; Section: Client side scripting; Chapter: Web Development; Updated: 13 Mar 2015


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Flux over the Wire

Flux over the Wire | javscript | Scoop.it

When doing real world web apps, there is a very common pattern: single source of truth shared by multiple clients. The best example of this is a chat: the message list, and the user list, must be readable and kept up to date for every connected client.

 

Lets assume for a moment that all your clients are React apps executed in the same browser window. Then its easy: just use Flux! All clients will update their components every time the stores representing the message list and the user list is updated. Message posting will just be an action dispatch, as well as users joining or leaving a room.

The problem is that all your clients are not in the same browser window. They actually are on different computers, on different hosts, and their only means of interacting with the server it through asynchronous communication (typically HTTP requests).

This seems like a hard problem. Or is it?


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Coming to React from Angular

Coming to React from Angular | javscript | Scoop.it
My friends started using it, Stride clients started asking for it, and it's
been getting serious buzz on the internet. So I realized it was time for me
to learn React.

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5 Ways to Tell Which Programming Languages are Most Popular

Are older programming languages like Java and Perl giving way to newer languages like Python and Ruby? Is HTML5/CSS3/JavaScript overtaking Flash and/or native mobile application development?

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Advancing JavaScript without breaking the web

Advancing JavaScript without breaking the web | javscript | Scoop.it

Current advancements in ECMAScript are a great opportunity, but also a challenge for the web. Whilst adding new, important features we’re also running the danger of breaking backwards compatibility.

JavaScript doesn’t force you to write organised code. From a syntax point of view and when it comes to type safety and memory allocation it is an utter mess. This made JavaScript the success it is now. It is a language used in client environments like browsers and apps. 


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Google Polymer and web components tutorial

Google Polymer and web components tutorial | javscript | Scoop.it

Polymer Designer is a fantastic browser-based tool made by Google, which allows your to design a paper element inside of the browser with their drag-and-drop GUI. Even better — it spits out the code for you! This proved to be invaluable, when I was learning how polymer worked.

I wanted to design something simple, so I created a container to hold three radial buttons; one button for each language selection. Users now have the ability to select a radial button associated with a language (en-EN, en-GB, and es-ES), which would in turn be tied into the audio web component and change the accent.


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