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Building Windows 8 Applications with AngularJS aka Oh Yes I Did! | One Hungry MindOne Hungry Mind

Building Windows 8 Applications with AngularJS aka Oh Yes I Did! | One Hungry MindOne Hungry Mind | Travis' Findings | Scoop.it
Building a Windows 8 app in AngularJS http://t.co/I6bRlLIIaq

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Brian Petro's curator insight, July 12, 2013 1:57 PM

Not interested, but, I don't mind my bias.

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AngularHotkeys.js | Keyboard shortcuts for your angular apps

angular hotkeys (AngularHotkeys.js: thus far my favorite keyboard shortcuts strategy for AngularJS.
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High Scalability - High Scalability - Hilarious Video: Relational Database vs NoSQL Fanbois

This is so funny I laughed until I cried! Definitely NSFW. OMG it's hilarious, but it's also not a...
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Using hg bisect to hunt down bugs - Patrick Steele's .NET Blog

Using hg bisect to hunt down bugs - Patrick Steele's .NET Blog | Travis' Findings | Scoop.it

I recently had to hunt down a bug in a very old version of an application. While the application had gone through numerous releases after the bug had been introduced, nobody had noticed. And as luck would have it, this particular bug was also in a section of code without unit tests – I’d have to load up the code in Visual Studio and run the app to verify the bug. Since I tag each revision in Mercurial that is used to produce a release, I knew which revision the users first noticed the bug – and I knew the previous release didn’t have the bug. The problem was that between the bad release and the good release was about 26 commits. I used Mercurial’s bisect command to make locating the bug quicker.

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Protecting against CSRF attacks in ASP.Net MVC

CSRF attacks are one of the many security issues that web developers must defend against.  Fortunately, ASP.Net MVC makes it easy to defend against CSRF attacks.  Simply slap on [ValidateAntiForgeryToken] to every POST action and include (RT @Netw0rkSecurity:...
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AngularJS 2.0

As we’re starting into the implementation of AngularJS 2.0, we thought we should put pen to paper and give you some insight into how we’re thinking about the design and why we’re making the changes we are.
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AngularJS JumpStart Course - Introduction and Module 1 Videos - YouTube

The AngularJS JumpStart video training course has been released! Here's the intro video from the course and all of the videos from the first module: AngularJ...
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MongoDB Tips and Tricks: More Reads Make For Faster Writes ...

MongoDB Tips and Tricks: More Reads Make For Faster Writes.

 

not sure how good this advice is yet but... interesting :)

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ASP.NET MVC, SignalR and Knockout based Real time UI syncing - For Co Working UIs and Continuous Clients - CodeProject®

ASP.NET MVC, SignalR and Knockout based Real time UI syncing - For Co Working UIs and Continuous Clients - CodeProject® | Travis' Findings | Scoop.it
Demonstrates how to use ASP.NET MVC, SignalR, EF and Knockout Js to build real time syncing UIs; Author: Anoop Madhusudanan; Updated: 31 Jan 2012; Section: ASP.NET; Chapter: Web Development; Updated: 31 Jan 2012...
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Manning - Kelly Banker; MongoDB in Action, 2012 - Download eBook for Free

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Get your free eBook on Manning, -, Kelly, Banker, , MongoDB, in, Action, , 2012 (#ebook Manning - Kelly Banker; MongoDB in Action, 2012 http://t.co/wsvjMwog...)...
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