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  • Using browserify to manage JavaScript dependencies
    DOCTYPE html > 2: < html > 3: < head lang ="en" > 4: < meta charset ="UTF-8" > 5: < title > Browserify demo </ title > 6: </ head > 7: < body > 8: 9: 10: < script src ="utils.js" ></ script > 1: 2: <script src= "demo.js" > </ script > 11: 12: </ body > 13: </ html > Not really rocket science here but if we want update utils.print() to call a printIt() function loaded from yet another library we have to go back to our HTML and make sure we load the printIt.js as well. The demo.js
    The Problem Solver - Sunday, October 12, 2014
  • Adding an AngularJS AJAX busy indicator to the RAW stack
    This also happens on the movie page in the demo application. 'With the typical AngularJS SPA application there are lots of AJAX calls going on to retrieve data from the server. This sometimes results in a view that appears empty to the user. The page is rendered without any data as that is still being loaded. While technically completely understandable it can be confusing to an end user not seeing the expected data. Intercepting AngularJS AJAX requests In AngularJS all AJAX request are done using the $http service. 1: module.config( function ($httpProvider) {. 6: if (!requests) 17: }.
    The Problem Solver - Friday, March 28, 2014
  • Adding an AngularJS AJAX busy indicator to the RAW stack
    This also happens on the movie page in the demo application. 'With the typical AngularJS SPA application there are lots of AJAX calls going on to retrieve data from the server. This sometimes results in a view that appears empty to the user. The page is rendered without any data as that is still being loaded. While technically completely understandable it can be confusing to an end user not seeing the expected data. Intercepting AngularJS AJAX requests In AngularJS all AJAX request are done using the $http service. 1: module.config( function ($httpProvider) {. 6: if (!requests) 17: }.
    The Problem Solver - Friday, March 28, 2014
  • Creating a basic skeleton with the RAW stack
    As the demo application I will be building is all about movie reviews and rentals lets start my a very minimalistic, and oversimplified, approach to listing and adding movies using these technologies. 'When I start with a new stack one of the first things I always do is create a really simple app to do something sort of meaningful. So lets do that with the RAW stack. Just as a reminder the RAW stack is a combination of RavenDB , AngularJS and WebAPI. In fact it is quite the opposite but we will improve on that in future posts. It is a movie type with just an Id and a Title. 13: {. 15: {.
    The Problem Solver - Sunday, February 16, 2014
  • Creating a basic skeleton with the RAW stack
    As the demo application I will be building is all about movie reviews and rentals lets start my a very minimalistic, and oversimplified, approach to listing and adding movies using these technologies. 'When I start with a new stack one of the first things I always do is create a really simple app to do something sort of meaningful. So lets do that with the RAW stack. Just as a reminder the RAW stack is a combination of RavenDB , AngularJS and WebAPI. In fact it is quite the opposite but we will improve on that in future posts. It is a movie type with just an Id and a Title. 13: {. 15: {.
    The Problem Solver - Sunday, February 16, 2014
  • The good Agile demand curve
    At first they were able to demo their enhanced software to others in the business on a more regular schedule. 'I’ve been slow with this entry on Agile and the Demand Curve, apologies. Part of the reason for the delay is software demand is not simple. In my last entry on software economics I discussed why the Software Demand curve for custom software is both high (i.e. people want a lot of software) and inelastic (i.e. increases in costs don’t reduce demand by much.) This time I want to look at how applying Agile changes the demand curve. This is the way Agile is supposed to work.
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Saturday, December 21, 2013
  • Watch Python for the C# and.NET developers
    Feel free to watch it or download the demos and slides. 'We just published my latest webcast. Hope you enjoy it!                                          Python for the C# developer. Here is the summary : If you love C# and.NET, you may be surprised to see how many of the features you love also exist in Python (often first). Python is a wonderful language. It is a clean high-level language which values readability over many trade-offs. You can build web applications serving billions of monthly page views. You can build cross-platform GUI applications such as DropBox. And there is more.
    Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Wednesday, December 18, 2013
  • Allan Kelly: Software supply & demand - this time its Agile
    And since the delivery - or at least a demo - is earlier the whole “project” could be cancelled if things don’t work out. 'Carrying on from my previous posts applying the economists tools to thinking about software development ( Supply & Demand in software development and Software supply over time ). In this post I want to see what happens when we apply Agile. We start with our supply and demand curves as before: First we need to define Agile, not a trivial matter. They operate on the supply curve, the net effect is to increase supply. Thus the demand curve is unchanged.
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Tuesday, November 19, 2013
  • LIDNUG & DevelopMentor Getting started with AngularJS
    Getting started with angular js from Maurice Beijer The source code can be found here and an online demo running on Azure here. 'All the materials from my LIDNUG session on AngularJS are now online. The recording on YouTube can be found here. Enjoy! webcast DevelopMentor AngularJS LIDNUG
    The Problem Solver - Saturday, November 16, 2013
  • LIDNUG & DevelopMentor Getting started with AngularJS
    Getting started with angular js from Maurice Beijer The source code can be found here and an online demo running on Azure here. 'All the materials from my LIDNUG session on AngularJS are now online. The recording on YouTube can be found here. Enjoy! webcast DevelopMentor AngularJS LIDNUG
    The Problem Solver - Saturday, November 16, 2013
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