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Simple Slide Out Content [+]
Jon Hartmann | 6/23/16 9:00 PM | CSS, User Interface Design, Experiments
This is a super simple CSS example (backed up with just enough JS to show it off), but its still fun. I have a requirement for a specific animation - the team wanted the panel to slide open, but the content to already be there, at normal size in the panel, and they wanted that content to be attached to the side that was sliding. N

NCDevCon 2016 Session-Mobile Platforms Galore: Pick Your Poison [+]
NCDevCon | 6/23/16 3:00 PM | 2016
Mobile Platforms Galore: Pick Your Poison Attendees can expect a high level overview of the most popular mobile application development platforms (MADP), hybrid code libraries (i.e. Ionic, React, etc.), and native app architectures. About Jonathan Willis I have 16+ years of experience writing desktop, mobile, and web applications. I began

Some quick tips for Passport [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 6/23/16 3:00 PM
Yesterday I decided to take a look at Passport, an open source library for Node.js focused on authentication. LoopBack supports Passport too, but when I first looked at it, I realized that I knew nothing about Passport itself and it would make sense to try it by itself before I try wrapping it with LoopBack. At a high level, Passport lets you abstract away some of the details of authentication in your application. It has plugins which allow you t

Empower your users with spreadsheets [+]
As simple as possible, as complex as necessary | 6/23/16 8:00 AM
Database servers make excellent progammable data stores, but unless you're a programmer or DBA they can be disempowering.

ChangeDetectorRef Is A Special Dependency In Angular 2 RC 3 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 6/23/16 7:00 AM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel demonstrates that the ChangeDetectorRef is a special kind of dependency in the dependency-injection tree provided by Angular 2 RC 3....

Learning Angular 2: Tour of Heroes Tutorial, Lesson 2 [+]
Thought Delimited | 6/23/16 2:00 AM | Angular 2, Angular 2 Learning, IntelliJ IDE
Now that I've gone through the official Angular 2 quick start tutorial, it's time to start the longer "Tour of Heroes" tutorial, starting with lesson 2 (lesson 1 is just an overview of what will be covered in the entire tutorial). Decided to start with a fresh IntelliJ project in a new "angular-io-tourofheroes" directory. I set up the same way as I did for the quick start tutorial files and copied all

NCDevCon 2016 Session-Everything they didn't tell you about hybrid development [+]
NCDevCon | 6/22/16 3:00 PM | 2016
Everything they didn't tell you about hybrid development Hybrid mobile development - in terms of the basics (getting your HTML on the device) is rather easy. So is using device features via Cordova plugins. What's not so easy is everything else - UI, UX, offline, etc. In this session I'll talk about everything you should think about after you've learned the basics of hybrid mobile development with Apache Cordova and are ready to start building *real* applications. About

One Year as a Developer Advocate [+]
Compound Theory | 6/21/16 4:00 PM | Developer Advocacy, Google Cloud Platform
A little while ago, I passed my first year mark of working for Google. This also marked the first anniversary of me moving from a (long?) career as a software engineer, into a full time position in Developer Relations, and more specifically Developer Advocacy. I wanted to write a post about this, as when I often talk […]

Major Creative Cloud Update [+]
Ben Forta | 6/21/16 4:00 PM | Creative Cloud
This is huuuuge! (Ooops, sorry, it's the season ...) But, seriously, huge it is. The Creative Cloud team has announced major product updates for Photoshop, Illustrator, XD, Premiere Pro, After Effects, Stock, and more. Just run the Creative C

NCDevCon 2016 Session-Mobile Accessibility 101 [+]
NCDevCon | 6/21/16 3:00 PM | 2016
Mobile Accessibility 101 You've built a fantastic new mobile app or responsive site, but are you sure everyone can use it? You could be shutting out millions of potential customers without even knowing it. You could also be setting your company up for user complaints, bad press, or even a costly lawsuit. Accessibility is the process of making sure everyone can use your apps and websites, including people with disabilities. In this talk, Sylvia Pellicore will give you a quick intro

Learning Angular 2: The Official Quick Start guide [+]
Thought Delimited | 6/21/16 1:00 AM | Angular 2, Angular 2 Learning, IntelliJ IDE
I'm starting my Angular 2 journey with the official quick start guide on the Angular 2 website, https://angular.io/.  I'm going to use the TypeScript version of the quick start guide, since I plan on coding Angular 2 with TypeScript.   I already have Node installed on my Mac laptop via nvm (Node Version Manager),

Learning Angular 2: The Journey Begins [+]
Thought Delimited | 6/20/16 10:00 PM | Angular 2, Angular 2 Learning
Over the past few years, my blog posts have been few and far between.  Partly because of the pressure I'd put on myself to write very polished, very "correct" posts, which for me takes a lot of effort and energy, and partly because I know that I don't have a consistent audience...which doesn't inspire a great deal of motivation to make the effort to create the posts I'm used to writing. So I'm going to try something a bit different.  I'm going to try writing a series of blog posts docu

Securing Legacy CFML - dev.Objective() 2016 Slides [+]
ColdFusion, Java, and Web Development | 6/20/16 6:00 PM | ColdFusion
Back from another great dev.Objective() conference in Minneapollis. This year Foundeo was a sponsor, and I spoke on Securing Legacy CFML Code. Find the slides here.

Visit The Spark Blog [+]
Ben Forta | 6/20/16 5:00 PM | Spark
If you haven't visit the Adobe Spark Blog recently, or at all, you should. The team has been on a roll, posting articles and insight on storytelling, sharing, inspiring, and more.

Happy 10 Years ColdBox! [+]
Ortus Solutions, Corp Blog RSS Feed by ContentBox | 6/20/16 4:00 PM | ColdBox MVC, ColdFusion, Community
We are incredibly excited at Ortus Solutions to be celebrating the 10 year anniversary of the release of ColdBox. It has been an incredibly journey and learning experience. Here is a little video to commemorate this milestone and describe better how we feel after 10 years of hard work and over 57 releases!

Happy 10 Years ColdBox! [+]
ColdBox Blog | 6/20/16 4:00 PM | ColdBox MVC, ColdFusion, Community
We are incredibly excited at Ortus Solutions to be celebrating the 10 year anniversary of the release of ColdBox. It has been an incredibly journey and learning experience. Here is a little video to commemorate this milestone and describe better how we feel after 10 years of hard work and over 57 releases!

Inline Object Literals Don't Trigger Unnecessary Input Changes In Angular 2 RC 2 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 6/20/16 4:00 PM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel demonstrates that inline object literal properties don't trigger unnecessary input changes in Angular 2 RC 2's change detection mechanism....

NCDevCon 2016 Session-Style Guides with React Stateless Components [+]
NCDevCon | 6/20/16 3:00 PM | 2016
Style Guides with React Stateless Components ReactJS, the javascript view layer by facebook.com, helps front-end developers build reusable . The talk will focus on how to build 'stateless' components for developing a rich style guide experience. Once the style guide is complete, any developer can use the components to develop an array of different views. We will learn: - What are React Components? - What does it mean to be stateless? - Why are style guides important

Thinking About Draggability Within A Unidirectional Data Flow In Angular 2 RC 1 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 6/20/16 2:00 PM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel thinks about implementing a draggable behavior in an Angular 2 application that is implementing position using a unidirectional data flow....

Elegant Objects By Yegor Bugayenko [+]
Kinky Solutions | 6/20/16 2:00 PM | Books
Ben Nadel reviews Elegant Objects by Yegor Bugayenko. This book is an easy though complex read about patterns of object oriented design; including what makes so much of today's object oriented programming "pure evil"....

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