The dynamic programmer
A bit tricker but not impossible.
Use the brand attribute.
I moved support for Redis into another module to exercise the transport plug-in API.
From added support to Redis as a transport to bug fixes and various improvements in the API and over all usage experience.
We will be making some changes on the application to calculate traveled distance and speed based on duration and the distance between to sets of coordinates.
On our application we are uploading files to a server, we need to delete the files from the device once we are done..
I want to display the current and maximun speed of the current session on the home page.
Showing upload progress, adding a navigation bar button and improving the user experience.
The first version only supported UDP time to add TCP.
Improves your development cycle.
We will upload the information we recorded in Part 3 into a service.
I'm working in an application originally programmed in 200 by only one developer. I really clever guy that put in place quiet a bit of base code. The original design of the application is not all that bad, but several waves of developers have done maintenance on it.
A great presentation from Thomas Fuchs creator of Script.aculo.us at infoq.com. A preview of the new 2.0 version of the Script.aculo.us library on Thomas Fuchs blog. Enjoy!
We are refactoring the code to make sure the services, controllers and directives are well facored.
We will be writing our Angular services that encapsulate some of PhoneGap API's.
We will start getting comfortable with the Ionic framework.
We will build an iOS app with web technologies to track outdoor activities.
Installing node.js in two simple steps.
After struggling to get masonry to work properly in multiple devices I choose to go with a different, more classic approach.
Upon the demise of Jux I had to find out where and how to put my pictures. I decided that the best I could do was to build a simple multi layout site myself. (Silly of me)
A new single use module to consume oEmbed providers.
Don't you love OSS? I got the first pull request for curling that increase the buffer size for curl.
A simple module that implements authentication using a private/public key scheme.
A very simple wrapper to run curl in a child process.
When working on Restify or ExpressJS applications you usually see a file structure based on routes, models and views. I prefer a more modular approach.
This script has a nice feature that make it very easy to keep the global namespace clean.
More refactorings and initial support for the users endpoint in version 0.0.6.
In version 0.0.5 I added support for changesets and followers.
Take advantage of expression evaluations to dynamically change the includes in your views.
On why libraries are here to stay and, at the same time, is good to remember the power of pure JS.
Complex web applications will rarely need only one view per screen. Using includes help to separate concerns in your Angular.js apps.
A good book to get you up and running with Phone Gap and JQuery mobile.
Dates are a pain. So I started to put together time traveller to try to alleviate that paint while working on node.js.
I have been playing with node.js for the last year and half, maybe more, but for the last three weeks I have been doing real work with it. We are developing a new product and we decided to give node a try. These are my findings and my experience so far.
As a first simple example of using Luca I wanted to write a simple web service that returns json or plain text.
If you do any Js development at all you may want to consider installing this add in for Visual Studio that brings JSLint to the IDE.
I look at the table of contents and I knew that I have to have it. I ordered two copies right away, one from my team and one for my personal library. The book came two weeks ago and I'm loving it.