browse.develop.com
Browse.develop.com is a community that was established to collect and organize valuable web information. Our technical staff have selected and indexed information and courses that they feel will help you stay current on best practices across the SDLC.

213 Articles match "Restful"

  • The Latest from DevelopMentor

    213 Results found
    Showing page 1 of 22   Next >

  • Unit testing AngularJS HTTP requests in the RAW Stack
    One of the things that can help there is another service called $resource with is all about RESTful services. 'In the previous blog post we created some basic unit tests for the AngularJS movies controller. As I mentioned there was one set of tests missing and that was around the controller doing HTTP requests to the WebAPI backend. In a unit test typically don't want to do those test for real. First of all we don't want to take a dependency on some external state and equally important we don't want the overhead of those requests. 13: $scope: scope. 18: var movies = [. Enjoy!
    The Problem Solver - Friday, February 28, 2014
  • Unit testing AngularJS HTTP requests in the RAW Stack
    One of the things that can help there is another service called $resource with is all about RESTful services. 'In the previous blog post we created some basic unit tests for the AngularJS movies controller. As I mentioned there was one set of tests missing and that was around the controller doing HTTP requests to the WebAPI backend. In a unit test typically don't want to do those test for real. First of all we don't want to take a dependency on some external state and equally important we don't want the overhead of those requests. 13: $scope: scope. 18: var movies = [. Enjoy!
    The Problem Solver - Friday, February 28, 2014
  • Managers who don't TDD be unemployable before 2012.
    The bits of the company that embraced quality - Mini, Jaguar and Land Rover - still exist, the rest doesn’t. 'In the furious discussion over my “ Programmers without TDD will be unemployable ” last month a couple of people asked: “How will this come to pass?” And a few others said: “Managers will never let this happen.” Let me answer both these comments in one go: Managers are the missing link between today’s largely TDD-free code development and the 2012 world where TDD will be essential to get a job. know not few managers are perfect. know it doesn’t cure all known ills.
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Sunday, February 23, 2014
  • Introducing the RAW stack
    WebAPI is a great framework for doing REST style HTTP services. 'With this post I am introducing the RAW stack. Why the RAW stack? Well it is kind of the equivalent of the MEAN stack. Not that there is anything wrong with the MEAN stack, quite the opposite, but being a.NET developer I really like to keep using.NET where it's strengths lie and where it is suitable. Now there are plenty of places where it isn't but C# on the server is still quite awesome. So what is the RAW stack? Basically the RAW stack consists of three parts. RavenDB AngularJS WebAPI Why these three? Enjoy.
    The Problem Solver - Wednesday, February 12, 2014
  • Introducing the RAW stack
    WebAPI is a great framework for doing REST style HTTP services. 'With this post I am introducing the RAW stack. Why the RAW stack? Well it is kind of the equivalent of the MEAN stack. Not that there is anything wrong with the MEAN stack, quite the opposite, but being a.NET developer I really like to keep using.NET where it's strengths lie and where it is suitable. Now there are plenty of places where it isn't but C# on the server is still quite awesome. So what is the RAW stack? Basically the RAW stack consists of three parts. RavenDB AngularJS WebAPI Why these three? Enjoy.
    The Problem Solver - Wednesday, February 12, 2014
  • Showing AJAX activity in a AngularJS application
    REST AngularJS 'Showing some kind of AJAX busy indicator is a common thing in web applications. However it is something you don't want to do with every AJAX start and end of request. First of all writing all that code would be quite tedious but more importantly the might be multiple overlapping requests ongoing at the same time. And in a case like that you only want to show the AJAX busy indicator at the first request and more importantly hide it only when the last of the requests has finished. With AngularJS 1.2 The solution is simple: 1: module.config( function ($httpProvider) {.
    The Problem Solver - Monday, January 13, 2014
  • Showing AJAX activity in a AngularJS application
    REST AngularJS 'Showing some kind of AJAX busy indicator is a common thing in web applications. However it is something you don't want to do with every AJAX start and end of request. First of all writing all that code would be quite tedious but more importantly the might be multiple overlapping requests ongoing at the same time. And in a case like that you only want to show the AJAX busy indicator at the first request and more importantly hide it only when the last of the requests has finished. With AngularJS 1.2 The solution is simple: 1: module.config( function ($httpProvider) {.
    The Problem Solver - Monday, January 13, 2014
  • The good Agile demand curve
    While the team had been battling lots of bugs and their output was a black hole to the rest of the organization, and while they thought they were building one big product this insight had been hidden from them. '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.) But, do you know what?
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Saturday, December 21, 2013
  • Allan Kelly: Sprint, Iteration or Marathon?
    They have a short period of time where the rest of the organization doesn’t know what they are doing, or if they do will extend good will to let the team try. 'A shot blog on terminology. have always found it hard to differentiate an Iteration from a Sprint , so much so that I commonly say they mean the same think. They are synonymous. use the two interchangeably. The difference is historical, term “Iteration” originated in XP and “Sprint” in Scrum. To me both mean: a short period of time in which work is done. It ties Sprint quite closely to Hard Core Scrum. honeymoon, if you like.
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Tuesday, November 5, 2013
  • On versioning WebAPI REST services
    'When you develop REST services you are going to run into the little matter of versioning, there is just no way to avoid it if you want to make any change to your REST service. What your version strategy is also depends on if your REST services are read-only or read-write with read-only services being somewhat simpler due to their smaller API surface. In these examples I am using the ASP.NET WebAPI but these same principles apply to REST services however you develop them. That said it is a relatively common and popular way of versioning REST services. 11: {.
    The Problem Solver - Wednesday, October 2, 2013
<< 1 2 3 ... 21 22 >>
%>