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The Future of Aurelia — Roadmap and Upcoming Features

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Open source is a fundamental part of what we're doing with Aurelia. The freedom provided by this model, along with the community and collaboration that accompany it, are essential to our vision. We want to see the open web and open platforms continue t...

How to Consume Laravel API with AngularJS

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In part 1, we built our server part. Now we can build our client. We are going to use AngularJS to make a Single Page Application. We will use a very basic bootstrap template, built on the fly. Planning Our application will be made up of three screens...

Lazy Loading Images with the Igaro App JavaScript Framework

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A while back I wrote about the Igaro App JS Framework (disclaimer: I'm the framework author). "Sigh! Not another framework" I hear you say (and probably rightly so). Well, let me tell you what sets Igaro app apart. Igaro App is NOT yet another framewor...

Frameworkless JavaScript

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JavaScript frameworks offer many functionality and it’s not surprising at all that they’re getting more and more popular. They’re powerful and not so hard to master. Generally, we use them for large and complex applications, but in some cases als...

React Data Fetching with Relay

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React is ushering a new era in front end. Published by Facebook, it has rapidly become a popular library used in production by many technology companies. In this article, we’re going to discuss a new complementary React framework called Relay. The Pr...

Meet Igaro App — Potentially the Web’s Finest SPA Framework

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Some say that a web page should start with HTML, which is (or was) thought of as content, and that functionality should load on top of that (the filtering etc). Right or wrong? With so much content now generated dynamically, perhaps it’s time to revi...

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...

Getting started with Connect

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If you need to write modular and reusable comments, Connect could be the best solution for you. It deals with an extensible HTTP server framework for Node.js using “plugins” known as middleware. A middleware component is a plugin that gets a reques...