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The Best of the Week (Apr 03): Web Dev Zone

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The Best of the Week (Apr 03): Web Dev Zone

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Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the HTML5 Zone (April 03 - April 10). Here they are, in order of popularity:

1. Using Oauth 2.0 in your Web Browser with AngularJS

  • We’re going to better explore the process flow behind Oauth 2.0 to establish a secure connection with a provider of our choice. In this particular example we’ll be using Imgur because I personally think it is a great service.

2. Make an AngularJS Library for the Imgur REST API

  • Using this library is simple because all you need is an Imgur access token and an idea about what you’d like to accomplish. To initialize the AngularJS factory that wraps our functions we would call:

3. Page layout with Bootstrap 3 part 2

  • Last week we started the new page layout with Bootstrap 3, today we are going to finish it. Today we consider creation of the following elements: sidebar, quotation, main content, ‘our team’ block, footer, twitter feed, site map and social buttons. As usual, we will add them step by step, stylizing our elements.

4. Parse an XML Response with Java and Dom4J

  • Previously we’ve explored how to parse XML data using NodeJS as well as PHP. Continuing on the trend of parsing data using various programming languages, this time we’re going to take a look at parsing XML data using the dom4j library with Java.

5. Strategies for dealing with multiple Ajax calls

  • Let’s consider a fairly trivial, but probably typical, Ajax-based application. I’ve got a series of buttons:

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