Presenting two important concepts you'll need to know for your GoLang journey: Objects and Concurrency. Understanding these will allow us to talk about toolkits, frameworks, ORMs.
For most folks switching programing languages is a big deal and it usually takes some production catastrophe or poorly aging codebase to motivate the switch. It's like when someone has that way too special night with tequila and decides "never again." For others they switch and/or experiment with other languages like they change their socks. I compiled a list of some good reads by various folks who have switched from other languages to go.
ProtractorJS is a robust and easy to use e2e test framework specifically designed for testing AngularJS applications. With some simple edits and a slight change in thinking, you can also use it to test your non-angular web apps and provide some sanity to your testing strategy across projects.
We'll be at Silicon Beach Fest Friday 8/25 for our CTO panel, "Scaling your business with technology." If you are in LA please join us.
In our first post about Electron, we were covering the main topics about what is and how it works. This time we will cover how to create a dummy application using Electron and Angular2 as a front-end framework.
The application tree should be something
Hello readers, in this episode we're going to talk about languages structures, as a preface to future post where I will show you all this stuff in action, with OOP and concurrency examples and reviewing some toolkits and frameworks.
Of course, this is no
After developing Erdiko for over 4 years we are making some big changes for the next major release. We are modifying the framework to support Slim. Erdiko will soon be built on top of the great features of the Slim PHP micro framework.
These days with the latest new technologies applied to apps we want everything faster, accessible and lightweight. To accomplish these goals, companies find that the developers do their job with tools that require low effort and can be used in many pl
The Shadow DOM is a way to create elements that are not affected by the same attributes and properties as those in the Light DOM. The Shadow DOM provides true scope encapsulation; your element's CSS and JS are scoped to it alone! Think of the Shadow DOM as a lightweight version of an iframe.