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Using Mustache.js for Client-Side Templating

Introduction In this article, I will show you how to make use of Mustache.js for client-side templating. In this approach, we get the JSON data from an API, developed by you or a 3rd party API and build the HTML required for rendering the data at the client side. We will make use of GitHub APIs to demonstrate this technique. ...

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Angular 4: Component Example

Welcome to the new concept of components in angular 4. Definition: component is a angular class , Components are the most basic building block of an UI in an Angular application. An Angular application is a tree of Angular components. Components always have a template and only one component can be instantiated per an element in a template. A component ...

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Fixing npm (Node Package Manager) permissions

In our day to day life, we come across javascript libraries that we require as project dependencies. So to get the required dependencies for javascript we require a package manager which is well known as npm or Node Package Manager. But, sometimes we do face problems with the permissions of npm. The most common of them being the EACCESS error, ...

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Angular 4 Installation

Angular 4 Framwork Welcome to Angular, it is faster, most powerfull framework. And it’s SPA(single page application), it will use only one index.html, whatever you use all  htmls will come under this index.html body tag. Topic: Angular 4 installation: In this section we will learn, How to install the angular 4 in your system. you will see the basic angular ...

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Get Started with vue-test-utils and Jest

In late September, Vue.js released the beta of vue-test-utils. Let’s take this opportunity to dive a little deeper and take a look at the official Vue testing solution named vue-test-utils. We’ll be using Jest for testing. For us at Codeship, it turned out to be an excellent tool that’s fast and reliable when it comes to continuously running JavaScript unit ...

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Apps Script Navigator: UrlFetchApp Empowered with Cookie Management, Re-login and Much More!

If you are a fan of Google Apps Script, you would definitely have played around with its UrlFetchApp module, offering a convenient HTTP(S) client interface. As a frequent user of the module, although I admit that it is really cool, I always felt I needed a richer client, capable of handling stuff like automatic cookie management, proper redirection and logout ...

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Building a Simple Notes Manager with Vue.js

Vue.js fascinates me. The author is Evan You, a former Angular developer. Somehow he managed to take the best of the two worlds — Angular and React — and build a simple, easy to learn, and extremely productive framework. To show you the benefits of using Vue.js, I thought I’d make something useful from the ground up. I decided to ...

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Parsing in JavaScript: Tools and Libraries

This is an article similar to a previous one we wrote: Parsing in Java, so the introduction is the same. Skip to chapter 3 if you have already read it. If you need to parse a language, or document, from JavaScript there are fundamentally three ways to solve the problem: use an existing library supporting that specific language: for example ...

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AppDynamics and NodeSource Team Up For Enterprise Node.js Monitoring

Discover faster, more efficient performance monitoring with an enterprise APM product learning from your apps. Take the AppDynamics APM Guided Tour! Node.js is a popular choice with application development teams due to its event-driven, non-blocking, flexible, lightweight and extensible framework which enables faster innovation and adoption of microservices. AppDynamics has supported monitoring of Node.js since 2014. It has been a ...

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