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AngularJS UI-Router – Introduction

This is the first post of a series of 3, presenting AngularJS UI-Router library: Part 1: Introduction Part 2: Components AngularJS UI-Router – Example         Introduction AngularJS is a well-known Javascript framework nowadays. It provides a great support to create SPA (Single Page Applications), easing some of the tedious stuff needed when writing client-side Javascript applications (boilerplate ...

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HTML5 Drag and Drop Example

Usability, an important part of web interface eases the way we communicate with web. Many new technologies and functionalities are invented to ease the development effort as well as improve the overall way in which users interact with web. HTML5 has given many things as of today to improve the browser functionalities on client side with minimum amount of scripting. It provides ...

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JQuery Autocomplete Widget Example

By now everyone who has used a search engine has experienced auto-complete functionality at work. Originally intended to help those with physical limitations reduce the need for keyboard input, it has become commonplace on nearly every input element across a variety of software. In this article we will look at the details of the JQuery Autocomplete widget; how to implement ...

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JavaScript For Loop Example

We hear a lot about loops, especially ” for loop “. So what, in fact, are they? They’re just pieces of code that repeat the same commands several times, until you reach a desired conclusion, without getting you bored out of your mind, repeating your code. This is how we JavaScript guys do it. Syntax You will definitely have to ...

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Rule Engine for Node.js

Based on my original blog posting, this posting introduces a ported Javascript version of my rule engine, for Node.js. I have the requirement to use a rule engine. I want something light weight and fairly simple, yet powerful. While there are products out there which are super good, I don’t want something with the big learning overhead. And, I fancied ...

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Notes On JavaScript Prototypal Inheritance

I’ve recently been working a lot with JavaScript (specifically, Backbone with Marionette) after many years of working predominantly with Java. When I start something that is a little different for me, it is always my tendency to want to jump in and start using it immediately. But in this situation, I have found that understanding the basics in parallel is ...

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Efficiently Paging Geospatial Data With MongoDB

From release 2.6, MongoDB includes a new minDistance option for geospatial queries. This is exciting because it lets you page through geospatial results very efficiently, and because it’s the first feature I’ve contributed to the database itself. I’ll measure how minDistance performs and show you an example app. Better, Faster I’m going to fill a MongoDB collection with the locations ...

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