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Working with StrongLoop (Part One) [+]
A few weeks back when I was shuttling back and forth between this side of the planet and the other, IBM purchased StrongLoop. I’ll be honest and say that before this purchase, I had never heard of them. A quick perusal of their home page will tell you this: Built on top of the open source LoopBack framework, StrongLoop allows you to visually develop REST APIs in Node and get them connected to
CSS3 Transition Properties Are Not Inherited (In AngularJS) [+]
Ben Nadel looks at how CSS3 transition properties are inherited and how that interplays with nested nodes in the DOM tree (and in AngularJS)....
Child Animations Have To Inherit Transition-Property In AngularJS 1.2 And 1.3 [+]
Ben Nadel looks at the way in which AngularJS 1.2 (and 1.3) block configuration phase transitions. And, what that means for static child elements that want to use contextual animations....
The User Experience (UX) Of Ceremony And Self-Priming [+]
Kinky Solutions | 10/12/15 2:00 PM | User Experiernce (UX)
Ben Nadel considers the user experience (UX) of ceremony and self-priming as a potentially powerful tool in application design....
New improved placebo effect! [+]
lagod | 10/12/15 7:00 AM | General Tech
http://www.sciencealert.com/the-placebo-effect-is-somehow-getting-even-better-at-fooling-patients-study-finds Doncha just love the medical research community’s hate-hate relationship with the placebo effect? There’s a rich vein here, but I’ll limit myself to two observations: 1. According to the URL the placebo effect is getting better at
Adobe Slate Wins EdTech Award [+]
Ben Forta | 10/11/15 2:00 AM | Education
Adobe Slate has won a 2015 Tech & Learning Awards of Excellence. Right ow they've just posted the list of winners, but detailed judges' comments are coming in their December 2015 Awards Issue.
Three Words for Peace of Mind: Backup, Backup, Backup [+]
Mura CMS Blog | 10/9/15 4:00 PM
Utilizing a reliable system and getting to know Mura’s built in features will provide a stable cornerstone of operations for any creative team. Time spent explaining to clients, looking for past copies of files or data and scrambling for solutions can sap the life out of a development cycle and cause unacceptable down time in a live environment. A solid foundation and workflow are well worth having from day one.
Article: A Review of ContentTools – a Rich Content Editor [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 10/9/15 3:00 PM | Development
Just a quick note that I’ve published an article on the Telerik Developer Network: A Review of ContentTools – a Rich Content Editor. Enjoy. Go there to at least see the Wonder Woman picture.
Using CMD+Enter To Submit A Form In AngularJS [+]
Kinky Solutions | 10/9/15 2:00 PM
Ben Nadel demonstrates how to easily integrate the CMD+Enter key combination into an AngularJS application such that the user can use CMD+Enter to submit a form....
Using The This-Binding In Directive Definition Objects In AngularJS [+]
Ben Nadel demonstrates that directive definition object (DDO) methods, in AngularJS, execute in the context of the DDO as the "this" binding....
Stay Up To Date With Project Comet [+]
Ben Forta | 10/7/15 4:00 PM | MAX
Yesterday at MAX 2015, Sarah Hunt wowed the audience with a sneak peak at "Project Comet", a whole new experience in user experience design. Project Comet is the first all-in-one solution for UX designers and it will make is possible to design and prototype websites and mobile apps faster than ever with. Comet is coming in early 2016, but you can
Testing Ionic Push Webhooks with IBM Bluemix [+]
Disclaimer: Ionic Services are currently in Alpha status. While the feature I’m talking about will surely exist when Ionic’s Push service goes Gold, the details of what I’m covering today will surely change. Please keep that in mind. I’ve been going over the various Ionic Services as I prepare for my presentation next week. One of the aspects of Ionic’s Push service that
Thinking In (A Different) Context - A Prototype For User Experience (UX) Designers [+]
Kinky Solutions | 10/7/15 1:00 PM | User Experiernce (UX), Work
Ben Nadel shares his idea of creating a "guided meditation" tool for your InVision prototypes. Something that would help you step outside of yourself and come at your own designs with a fresh perspective....
Overriding Core And Custom Services In AngularJS [+]
Ben Nadel demonstrates how to override both core and custom services in AngularJS. This is perfect for being able to create mock objects for testing....
Survey: getting responses is like pulling teeth [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 10/7/15 7:43 AM | Survey
G'day:(Well: mostly for just this survey). A few days back I posted about "Survey: bug tracking software UX expectations" (direct link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LJDXRNB).It's still languishing on on 47 responses, which is a bit pox.So if you haven't answer me five questions, wanna do so? Cheers.
FW/1 3.5.0 Release Candidate 2 Available! [+]
FW/1 - The Invisible Framework | 10/6/15 11:00 PM
The second Release Candidate of FW/1 3.5.0 is available for testing. This Release Candidate contains a few bug fixes discovered since Release Candidate 1 and is now the default download from FW/1’s RIAForge page. I consider this stable enough to evaluate for production usage at this point – I expect this RC to be the Gold Release unless end user testing uncovers a showstopp
Overriding Directive Definitions In AngularJS [+]
Ben Nadel demonstrates how to override existing directive definitions in AngularJS. This can be helpful in unit testing; or, if you need to override a core AngularJS directive....
$location.search() Facilitates Independent Sub-Routing In AngularJS [+]
Ben Nadel demonstrates that the $location.search() parameters can facilitate independent (and parallel) routing mechanisms on top of the primary $route-based navigation....
Survey results: Jared's CFML text editor usage survey [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 10/5/15 11:00 PM | guest author, Jared Evans, Survey
G'day:I've got Jared doing the donkey for for me today. Here's his article on the results of the CFML IDE survey he ran last week:First of all, may I say thank you to Adam Cameron for hosting this post. I've been a ColdFusion developer for too long a time now, and it's only because of people like Adam Cameron and ot
Adobe ColdFusion Slack Channel [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 10/5/15 8:00 PM | Announcements
Recently, we started an initiative to communicate more directly with our community and we have for now decided to leverage the newly created Adobe channel within the CFML Slack group. We invite all of our community members and users to join the Adobe discussion board if you have some feedback you would like to share or communicate to the ColdFusion team. We will be monitoring and providing direct feedback on any questions you have, and I'll be sure to share relevant information on
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