Posts within the JavaScript category

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How to drink gulp.js

Gulp is the new build system for your webapps. It's powered by streams which makes it fast. In this article I will use it to build my Angular app.

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Angular-powered forms

Demonstration of how to use AngularJS form validation and how to write your own directives for custom form validation.

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Adding some D3 magic to AngularJS

D3 is a framework about visualizing data. In this tutorial I will show you how to integrate it with AngularJS by using it inside a directive.


You have to love JavaScript's type coercion

JavaScript type coercion is the magic when a variable is casted to another type to execute. It can be a real pain if you don't know what's happening.

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Get more with Less using Grunt

Tutorial about the key features of Less like mixins, variables, imports and nested selectors. I will also demonstrate how to automate this using Grunt.

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Making your AngularJS application grunt

Running tests, minifying files, ... these are two of the many tasks you canfigure by using the Grunt task runner for your JavaScript application.

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Jasminify your Angular app

Wrote an app using AngularJS? Great! Now it's time to use the angular-mock framework and Jasmine to test your controllers, services, filters and directives.

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Working with Nodember

In this tutorial I will be talking about the Node.js + Ember.js + Express + MongoDB stack, more commonly known as the Nodember stack.

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Working with the MEAN stack

With the introduction of Node.js you can write entire applications using only one language; JavaScript. A good example of this is the MEAN stack.

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Working with the MEAN stack: MVC

In this tutorial I will write both the front-end AngularJS MVC code and the back-end MVC code using Express to complete our app using the MEAN stack.