Archive for the ‘angular.js’ Category

Best JavaScript Frameworks, Libraries and Tools to use in 2017

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It seems there are more JavaScript frameworks, libraries, and tools than there are developers. As of May 2017, a quick search on GitHub reveals more than 1.1 million JavaScript projects. There are 500 thousand usable packages on npmjs.org with almost 1...

Getting M.E.A.N. With Trello and Zapier

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When speaking of workflow tools, there's no doubt that both Trello and Zapier play a significant role in the lives of many developers. Trello manages tasks while Zapier automates them. This makes this pair a powerful combination. By the end of this art...

What’s in a State and How to Persist It

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A state is something that is affected by you and the memory of that. This something can be you clicking on an element, like a button, or you typing some text into an element. The state resides in your browser’s RAM. It deals with JavaScript objects l...

Multilingual Support for AngularJS

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There are some cases in which providing a multilingual support is required. Sometimes it could be a good idea to provide support for different languages into the application you’re building and offer your users the possibility to view the content in ...

Flexible and Easily Maintainable Laravel + Angular Material Apps

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In this article, we’re going to set up a Laravel API with Angular Material for the front end. We’re also going to follow best practices that will help us scale with the number of developers working on the project and the complexity behind it. Most ...

Getting Started with Angular 2 using TypeScript

The current stable version of Angular (i.e, Angular 1.x) was built using the features of ES5 and was meant to work on most of the browsers including some of the older versions of IE. The framework was designed based on the features available in JavaScr...

Remotely Debug and Test JavaScript with New Vorlon.js Plug-ins

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In April 2015, our team of engineers and tech evangelists at Microsoft launched Vorlon.js, an open source, extensible, platform-agnostic tool for remotely debugging and testing your JavaScript. When we launched the project during the Microsoft Build De...