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Incremental Software Development with PHP Microservices

Building complex software projects is almost always an iterative process. We rarely get to spend months designing and writing a complete project before releasing something to our users. This process of incremental software development can be accomplished in many ways, but one of my favorite strategies has been through microservices. I won’t cover microservices in depth as they’ve been covered ...

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Docker Volumes Example

Each Docker container stores the data its processes need in that container. Unless we make the container store the data outside the container, which is extremely useful for when we don’t want to have the data layer we work with tied to the running container. That’s what we are going to see in this example, using Docker volumes. For this ...

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Bootstrap Accordion Example

In this tutorial, we will show you how to create an accordion widget with Bootstrap. The accordion is a feature which allows you to show and hide components with a nice transition. To follow, all you need is a text editor. I will be using Notepad++; you are free of course to use one of your choice.       ...

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The Most Popular Programming Languages for 2017

Do you want new insights, best practices and the latest news from top industry thought leaders in Application Performance Management? Follow industry leading Appdynamics blog! It’s hard to believe that it’s already 2017. But with the new year comes new challenges, new opportunities—and, of course—new software projects. One of the most important questions beginner, intermediate, and advanced coders all have ...

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AngularJS Tutorial: AngularJS Controller As Syntax

In the previous installment of this series we discussed scopes and what problems nested scopes can cause. There are a couple of solutions to this problem: the so-called Controller As syntax introduced by AngularJS 1.2 and .component()  method introduced by AngularJS 1.5. The latter option is a recommended way to go if you are thinking about upgrading your application to newer ...

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AngularJS Tutorial: Introduction to AngularJS Scopes

In the previous tutorial of this series we learned how to test controllers using Jasmine and Karma. In this post we discussed how data is passed from controller to view using $scope, which is the glue that links model and view. In this tutorial we’ll talk more about scopes, what are some possible pitfalls in using them, and later we’ll talk ...

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Working with the Evernote API in Rails

Many people find Evernote to be an invaluable tool for organizing their life. The Evernote API provides has some really great features to take advantage of, including document download and OCR (optical character recognition). Whichever features you choose to investigate, be sure to read their terms of service so that you are within the guidelines of API usage. So much ...

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A Test-Driven Development Introduction to Angular 2 – Part 2

Updated for Angular 2 Release – I originally wrote this article/application when Angular 2 was still in beta. Now that it has released officially, I have updated the source code to reflect updates made to the Angular 2 framework for release. My approach to get this working was to start from the new Angular 2 quick-start project, port in the original ...

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Debug PHP in Docker with PhpStorm and Xdebug

Xdebug is one of the most known PHP extensions, a very complete and powerful debugger. This tutorial will show you how to use it in combination with PhpStorm, probably the most used PHP IDE; and Docker, the archi-known contanerization software.   This would allow us to simply write a Dockerfile with all the Xdebug configuration, and being able to easily ...

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