230 Curated Resources and Tools for Building Apps with React.js This post will curate the best resources, tools, libraries, and articles that will help you learn to build production applications with React.js. This 6000 word post will take you from getting started with React, through UI design, routing, testing, deployment, and continuous integration. Explore appendTo’s React Courses Getting Started First off, let’s start at the very beginning.
Angular JS — An introduction Has nothing to do with the content Quick introduction to AngularJS Ruiwen Chua, @ruiwen Dependency Injection Loading... Improve this doc Dependency Injection (DI) is a software design pattern that deals with how components get hold of their dependencies. Document and Examples - by the Ionic Framework Team - by the Ionic Framework Team Overview ngCordova was built to help make app development faster and more efficient than ever before. It gives you simple AngularJS wrappers for the most popular Cordova and PhoneGap plugins available, where you can take a picture, scan a barcode, upload a file, turn on your flashlight, get your current location, and much more with just a few lines of code. Install Angular Function Declarations, Function Expressions, and Readable Code We spend more time reading our code than writing it. That’s why it makes sense to write code that is easier to read. The good news is that there are a lot of really simple things that can make your code much more readable. This post describes simple techniques to make AngularJS controllers and services/factories more readable. For more details on these and other Angular coding styles, please see my Angular Style Guide and my upcoming Pluralsight course “AngularJS Patterns: Clean Code” (Sep 2014).
Passing data to and from a nested component in Angular 2 Angular decided to drop the '@', '&' and '=' in version 2.0. If you don't know what they do: good for you! To me, the @&= concept was among Angular 1's worst choices.
synchronous $http You can't do synchronous $http calls. You can use Promises to make your code more readable and maintainable. The basic idea is that $http methods do not return the data from the request, they return a "promise" that will allow you to get the data: var promise = $http.get(.. WhatFont Tool ← Back to Chengyin's main page What is the easiest way to find out the fonts used in a webpage? Firebug or Webkit Inspector? No, that's too complicated. It should be just a click away. Hence I wrote WhatFont, with which you can easily get font information about the text you are hovering on. Quick Start Guide to PhoneGap+AngularJS I’ve created a sample mobile application to help developers get started building mobile applications with PhoneGap and AngularJS quickly. The sample application includes view navigation, some standard user interface components and code to help avoid common pitfalls in mobile application development (click delays etc). Below are a few screenshots showing parts of the application. It basically includes a header and a scrollable mobile list of different PhoneGap API samples to try out. Main App View showing Topcoat Navigation Bar and List
TechEd NA 2014 – Building Rich Apps with AngularJS on ASP.NET TechEd North America 2014, Houston Building Rich Apps with AngularJS on ASP.NET – John Papa Day 4, 15 May 2014, 8:30AM-9:45AM (DEV-B420) Disclaimer: This post contains my own thoughts and notes based on attending TechEd North America 2014 presentations. Some content maps directly to what was originally presented. Other content is paraphrased or represents my own thoughts and opinions and should not be construed as reflecting the opinion of either Microsoft, the presenters or the speakers. Executive Summary—Sean’s takeaways
Angular 2: Connect your custom control to ngModel with Control Value Accessor. UPDATE 2016/08/10:Now supports Angular v2.0.0-RC5 with Angular Modules and the current Template Driven Forms module. So you are starting to flex your new Angular 2 muscles and have built the mother of all custom form controls. I mean that thing can do everything except make coffee… And then the moment comes to extract and use it as a separate component in your application. Now Hosted on Google CDN As you probably already noticed, one of the core AngularJS values is simplicity. Simple is awesome, but simple and fast is doubly awesome and that's why we also value speed and performance. Since early beginnings of the project, we strived to make bootstrapping of AngularJS apps as fast as possible and offered to host all of the AngularJS artifacts on our server which follows the best caching and compression practices. Our expertise and server is however no match to the speedy autobahn-like Google CDN (content delivery network). Thanks to your adoption of AngularJS all over the world, we earned the privilege to be hosted on this state of the art infrastructure. And so I'm happy to share with you, that as of today you can start relying on Google CDN when deploying AngularJS apps.
tutorial Introduction to Node.js This is a Node.js Tutorial from w3resource. You will learn About What Node.js is, History, Features,How to install Node in Windows and in Linux, Followed by a comprehensive discussion of each of the modules of Node.js API. By the end of this Tutorial, you will be able to develop and deploy Node.js Applications by yourself. What is Node.js