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Using Docker Compose for NodeJS Development

Docker is an amazing tool for developers. It allows us to build and replicate images on any host, removing the inconsistencies of dev environments and reducing onboarding timelines considerably. To provide an example of how you might move to containerized development, I built a simple todo API using NodeJS, Express, and PostgreSQL using Docker Compose for development, testing, and eventually ...

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Rendering RESTful service with React

Looking at the popularity of React, I thought of learning it and creating a simple UI which will render data from RESTful service. With this post, I will try to replicate the steps I followed while writing it along with references. Before starting, let me give you a brief introduction about React. What is React? React is a declarative, efficient, ...

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Getting Started With Angular CLI Commands

I have been a developer for the past 20+ years and have used some of the ‘big’ languages (C, C++, C#, Java) throughout. I dabbled with JavaScript back before there were frameworks, when its use was to dynamically hide this control or disable that control. While it can still do those trivial tasks, JavaScript has come a long way with ...

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Designing User Interfaces With React

There are a lot of JavaScript frameworks to choose from in the modern development landscape. One of the most unique and popular of these frameworks is React . React is widely known mainly because of its backing by Facebook. As a result, it has a pretty big footprint on the web. Developers know it, trust it, and love its feature ...

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Getting Started With Ionic 2

These days, everyone wants to have an “App” to represent them, their company, or just to perform some common task they might have in mind. The problem with this is that there is so much to mobile app development. iPhone apps require that you have a Mac to compile them. Android apps have to deal with platform fragmentation. iPhone apps ...

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Test-Driven Development For JavaScript

JavaScript is handsdown the strangest language I’ve ever had to test. Its also one of the most popular ones out there right now. The influx of JavaScript developers tells us that a lot of modern-day web development is starting to focus more and more on the frontend. This trend is interesting because it represents a shift in development that we’ve ...

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Learning Angular C.R.U.D.

So, you’ve learned JavaScript and now you’re wanting to get into Angular. But where do you start? There are quite a few examples out there. One of the best ideas I have personally found useful for a new developer to learn is how to do Create, Read, Update and Delete operations. So let’s start learning how to do C.R.U.D. with ...

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AngularJs 2 Series: Deploy Your Application on AWS S3

Introduction In this article, I will demonstrate how to deploy a simple static Angular application on AWS cloud using S3 service. The article assumes that you have the necessary AWS account and able to access the S3 service. The application we are about to deploy will be simple and static in nature and there will be no server side code. ...

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Taking A Mixed Approach To Single-Page Applications

A co-worker came up to me with an interesting situation. The client he was working with would be building hundreds of single-page applications and all would need to be tied into a single shell application. He had first attempted to use an iFrame contained within another Single-Page Application to display the child applications. While this worked, he came up against ...

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