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Author Archives: Lou Mauget

Known as Ed Mauget in civilian life. Lou is a name imposed by IBM in 1966. Newly infatuated with Microservices Architecture. Last spring he coded MockOla, a wire-framing tool for Keyhole Software. Have coded in Java since it was conceived. Also worked with C/C++. Current interests include microservices, Docker, Node JS, NoSQL databases, functional programming, single-page web applications … any new software languages/frameworks.

Fiddling with RxJs Streams

In this post I’ll touch on the emergence of JavaScript reactive streams. We’ll look at a cool online interactive tool that is useful for checking behavior of stream operators. I’ll finish by showing six RxJs JSFiddle examples that you can run and modify. Background Rich applications, such as modern SPAs, deal in state changes due to events. We’re accustomed to ...

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Reinforcing The HTML5 Canvas With Fabric.js

The past… Applets In the previous millennium, HTML markup had limited support for graphics. If we wanted dynamic graphics, or even a page that responded seamlessly to requests, we embedded a JavaScript VM in the page to host an Applet. Indeed, Applets were an original vision for Java. An applet could draw graphics, but there were issues of Java versions ...

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