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JSON-LD: Building Meaningful Data APIs

Everybody loves JSON! However, JSON by itself is pretty meaningless. Well. It has meaning, but only to the original creator of that format. They can share that meaning via documentation, conversation, or usage, but those often exist in places far removed from the JSON document you’re looking at. What if the meaning itself was encoded directly into the document? What ...

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How to run Angular 2 in Production Today

Recently there where announcements that made clear that the Angular 2 final release is just around the corner. This might be as early as mid-May during Google IO ! But thats still several months into the future, and there are many projects that will start between now and then. A question that gets asked a lot these days is: should ...

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The Simple Yet Powerful Ruby Enumerable Module

Here is a simple requirement: Find the positive numbers in an array. There are most likely hundreds of solutions, but here is one of them: positives = [] for i in [-5, 10, 0, 15, -2] positives << i if i.positive? end p positives # => [10, 15] It works, it’s simple, but it feels clunky (and very un-Ruby like ...

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Grunt RequireJS Example

Table Of Contents 1. Grunt 2. RequireJS 3. Grunt with RequireJS 4. Example 5. Summary 6. Download 7. Links 1. Grunt The main pre requisite that you need in order to follow this example is to have NodeJS installed in your environment. You can check the installation instructions here Grunt is a JavaScript based task runner. It is quite ...

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Automate your front-end development environment with npm

For JavaScript development, there are more build tools than you know what to do with. The non-verbal utterance category contains the two most popular ones, Grunt, and Gulp. Then you have your food-related tools, like Brunch, Mimosa and Broccoli. You’ve got fancy new hot stuff like fly. Then there’s classic make-like tools like Cake, Jake and ShellJS’s make. Some folks just ...

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jQuery Textarea Example

The aim of this example is to show you how to use the Textarea with jQuery. The Textarea tag defines a multi-line text input control. A text area can hold an unlimited number of characters, the size of a text area can be specified by the cols and rows attributes, or even better; through CSS’ height and width properties. jQuery ...

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Playful learning: play while programming

Learning only from a book or course is also an incomplete way to learn a skill. If you want to create a complex piece of software later on, there are many things you need to figure out on your own. You won’t find the perfect tutorial for every use case: even if you did, the result would be a copy-pasted ...

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Angular 2 coming to Java and Python: the first multi-language full stack platform?

Angular 2 is getting near the final release, and the whole community is really excited about the possibilities that it will bring. But the latest announcement a couple of days ago about the likely final release in May included one important quote about the future of Angular: With Angular 2, we’re really attacking it from a ‘platform of capabilities’ standpoint… ...

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Python Tutorial for Beginners

Let’s talk about Python. If you want to learn Python from scratch, this tutorial will be a good read for you. By using Python 3.4.3 (which you can download here), we’ll see the basics of this awesome language. This tutorial expects you to have some basic knowledge of programming. And knowing any other language will be a big plus. Table ...

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