A few days ago, the greatest API in the entire internet was released - the Marvel API. While maybe greatest is a strong word, it is still a fantastic and interesting API. This article covers a few good examples of how the API works, and how it looks in action.
This article's main purpose to explain how to install a node package using the Visual Studio tooling. With just a right mouse click you can bring in some of the packages through the IDE. Let’s do this with the most ubiquitous packages of all of them - Express.
The growing complexity of websites and web applications has yielded several new approaches to structuring and maintaining style sheets. Of the many new options, a prime stand-out is Atomic CSS. This article shares some of the ways it can help you find a balance.
Marvel has just released a REST developers API. This article is an attempt at providing a front-end application around it, and answering some questions with answers in no particular order. Most of the functions primarily involved AngularJS.
This video tutorial teach how to build a single page web app using Knockout and jQuery from NetBeans.
Node.js is very special. It’s single process/threaded environment. In case of unhanded exception occurred Node.js virtual machine simply stops, leaving application in unresponsive state. To mitigate the issue few known solutions exist, common idea is that there is watchdog that keeping eye
If you never had to wait for anything, then you wouldn't notice fast. So if instant becomes the norm via Gigabit Internet, how will our Internet usage behaviors change?
About three years ago I blogged about AngularJS and how I thought it was kind of cool. This was before the 1.0 release. When 1.0 came out... it had changed. I didn't like it. It was hard to describe why I didn't like it. It had definitely gotten more complex and I just had a hard time wrapping my head around it.
This is a review of Packt Publishing's "Mastering HTML5 Forms." The subtitle of Mastering HTML5 Forms is "Create dynamic and responsive web forms with this in-depth, hands-on guide." Mastering HTML5 Forms is written by Gaurav Gupta, has five chapters, and is a bit over 125 pages long.
This article details the reasons our development team decided to use JavaFX and GraniteDS. We detail why their function best suits our applications, then describe how these platforms interact with other elements of the application.
4WS.Platform is an open source product that can be used to graphically create web applications, starting from a web designer through which it is possible to define both the business logic and the GUI. The target of this platform is the creation of enterprise applications having a small-to-middle complexity level.
Developers at Scalyr talk about ways to optimize AngularJS framework for use in their log monitoring tool. By using four custom directions, developers were able to decrease "Next Page" log response time from 1.2 seconds to 25 milliseconds.
This is first in a series of post dedicated to helping you get up to speed with Node.js. This post will not make any attempts to explain why node is interesting or why you should learn it.
A difference between ORM-logging in ColdFusion 9 and ColdFusion 10 results in a bloated console log that is far larger than it needs to be. You can take these steps and read about how to change to a rolling file appender.
Over the years, jQuery became a must-use for every web developer. In this article I have put together a series of 10+ handy jQuery code snippets you may save and copy to use at your own discretion. These snippets are super easy to adapt to match your own script.
This article shows the creation of Node.js app using Express web framework on Debian based system, including the creation of application using express CLI.
Being a Java guy, I started off spending time understanding what are good web frameworks for someone with strong Java background.
While I was doing research on the best OAuth practices for HTML5 applications I came across several great online posts and tutorials which I want to share with HTMLCenter readers.
this article will be a plea to my designer colleagues to get their act together. In my opinion, 2013 has not been a very good year, design-wise.
Just a few things I’ve noticed that I am looking forward to. If you have any suggestions, feel free to post them!