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Why AngularJS?

AngularJS is a Javascript framework that helps in building dynamic web application. It offers various view components in the form of directives that can be used directly with HTML tags. HTML elements and AngularJS directives together form a view template. AngularJS is modeled on the lines of what is called as MVW concept – Model, View, Whatever. The term ‘Whatever’ ...

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Angular 2 Hello, World!

InfoShare is one of the biggest and the most attended Tech and New Media events in Poland. This year for the second time I have the pleasure to attend the conference as a speaker. I will be presenting at Tech Stage about Angular2, the successor of Angular 1.x. Angular 1.x Angular 1.x is the most popular Front-end framework these days. ...

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CSS Last Child Example

In this example we’re going to have a look at the last-child css selector. This selector of css is used to match every element that is the last child of its parent and give attributes and properties to specifically that element. It is compatible with all modern browsers, except versions of IE under 9. The usage will be necessary when ...

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Strategy Pattern Sans Objects and Functions

As many of my readers will likely know, my favorite design pattern is the Decorator Pattern, but I don’t think I’ve mentioned what my second favorite pattern is. This is understandable, as I have a difficult enough time picking favorites usually, let alone second favorites. Well, my second favorite is sort of a toss up between the Factory Pattern and ...

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CSS Display Inline-Block Example

In this example, we’re having a look at the display property of css. Specifically, lets see the inline-block value that can be given to it. You could previously use float to make elements stretch throughout the browser width, while now it is all easier with the inline-block value. Basically, it’s a way to make elements inline, preserving their block capabilities ...

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CSS Rotate Image Example

In this example, we will consider image rotation using css. CSS offers a specific property called transform to do this. This property can take a lot of attributes, but we will only consider rotation. Image rotation will be needed on certain occasions when you want to create your personalized view of image positioning and have a fancier look. All browsers ...

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