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HTML5 Input Types Example

If you are developing web applications, you may have created forms, at least for a contact page, or even a login page. So I suppose you should know how to create a form, and the major field you can add such as text element, password field, or other checkboxes and radio buttons. Of course you will add a submit button ...

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Pack It Up, Pack It In

Let me begin with a list of usual suspects up to no good in the browser: CoffeeScript (or TypeScript) Less (or Sass/Scss) Jade (or Handlebars, Mustache) I mean, because, you know, writing in HTML/JS/CSS is so 2000-late. All this 74 72 61 6e s p i l a t i o n. A typical layout. Something like this: You’re using ...

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The mystery of no flash session variables in Express + Passport auth

Someday I started an application using NodeJS with ExpressJS framework and decided to use passport for authenticate the users. As many other times I wanted to use flash messages so, when user authentication fails, the application shows a message informing about bad credentials. Nothing new on the horizon until…. OMG !!! I can’t see the flash messages !!! Disclaimer: This is ...

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CSS Multiple Classes Example

In this example we are going to have a look at multiple classes that you can apply on an element of html. It has become more and more useful declaring some standard classes in CSS (actually referring to them, even though they do not exist) and using these classes whenever we need in our elements. It basically is the inverse ...

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Javascript History Back Example

Everyone who has ever used a computer knows what the Back Button is. We’ve seen it in browsers, apps, everywhere. It is claimed to be the second most used navigation feature again, and according to Mozilla, it is their most clicked Firefox button. If users (and you too) find this feature this useful, why in the world would you not ...

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Declarative Beats Imperative: Transforming Data In JavaScript

The product I am working on is a fairly typical web application, based on React.js and Node.js. Its main task is to fetch data from different REST-ish services, combine them, and present them in an attractive manner to users. This data extraction and transformation – keeping only the items and properties we care about and structuring them in a way ...

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CSS Table Design Example

The aim of this example is to show how you can create tables with HTML and style them with CSS, including specific and various examples. Since web pages are loaded with a lot of information, it sometimes becomes a neccesity organising data in a more easy-to-read and intuitive way. That is where CSS can be of great help. Below you can find ...

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Did AngularJS Borrow Some Concepts from JSF?

Since Appery.io added support for Bootstrap and AngularJS, I have been using these frameworks a lot. Many years ago I have been using and teaching JSF and RichFaces frameworks. Surprisingly (or not), I see some concept similarities between AnguarJS and JSF. Obviously AngularJS and JSF are very different frameworks, but they do share some concepts. Let’s look at a simple ...

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