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CSS Absolute Position Example

The aim of this example is to explain the usage of absolute positioning. This is a very powerful type of positioning that allows you to literally place any page element exactly where you want inside the webpage. Remember that these values will be relative to the next parent element with relative (or absolute) positioning. If there is no such parent? ...

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Learning Angular: Expose an API on your directives

Ever wanted to not only create a nice, visually appealing directive or web component, but to also provide a more rich programmatic API with it? Read on to learn about two potential implementation approaches. This article is part of my “Learning NG” series, presenting some of my adventures while learning Angular. Check out the series intro and other articles. Note, ...

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CSS Hover Effects Example

In this example, we will go through performing hover effects on CSS. You see hover effects on almost every webpage nowadays, it seems to be a good way to make elements eye-catching and enhance usability. In a more functional note, it lets you know that (in most cases) something is clickable, like a link, an image or anything else. The ...

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Angular.js ng-src Example

Hi there! Today we ‘re gonna see how to include images in our Angular applications. 1. Introduction In plain HTML, we use the <img> tag to insert an image to our site. For example, this could be a sample image insertion:       <img src="image.png" alt="A sample image" height="64" width="64"> Now, in terms of Angular.js and image insertion, one ...

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CSS Text Decoration Example

The aim of this example is to show the usage of text-decoration property. This is a very commonly used property to decorate text mainly with lines. It may also be used to style links in your own way using underline value. All modern browsers support text-decoration property and you may use it without having to write extra lines of code ...

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Making Cultural Shift Happen

Let me paint a picture and see if it sounds familiar to you: You’re two weeks past the delivery date of the project you’ve been assigned to. So far, you’ve heard around the watercooler talk of staging yet another “coup” because your fellow developers feel that management has once again “dropped the ball” by letting the offshore team take the ...

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Understanding Asynchronous Invocation With Promise Using AngularJS

When you invoke a function asynchronously, it does not block or wait for the response to come from the server. It returns almost immediately. The status of the async function invocation then can be determined using callbacks. All this is achieved using Promise object. The article will demonstrate how one can make use of promise object with asynchronous invocations using ...

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Javascript Eval Example

The eval() function is one of the most discussed by JavaScript developers, most of them call it “evil” (such as Douglas Crockford), who coined the saying “eval() is evil”. But what most programmers fail to see is it’s potential when used properly. Take a look!                 What is eval()? eval() is a function ...

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