hello.js

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Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

Text Expander Apps for Windows – Best of

Text Expander Apps for Windows – Best of

You may be able to type faster on the keyboard, but at some point you get tired of typing repetitive words . From writing your email address to typing some common words that you frequently use, repetitive typing can be a big productivity killer. However, ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

TestCafe v0.12.0 Released

TestCafe v0.12.0 Released

TestCafe v0.12.0 Released HTTP authentication support, a CI-friendly way to start and stop the tested app and lots of API enhancements. Enhancements # ⚙ HTTP authentication support (#955, #1109) # TestCafe now supports testing webpages protected with ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

Website analysis: new checkpoints on Dareboost

Website analysis: new checkpoints on Dareboost

On February 2nd, checkpoints applied to our website quality test tool will be updated. New checkpoints, impacts on the Dareboost score… Here is a detailed review of this update to come, so that you could anticipate it and avoid any drop of your own score! ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

Build an E-Commerce Site with Wyam, a .NET Static Content Generator

Build an E-Commerce Site with Wyam, a .NET Static Content Generator

The JAMstack (JavaScript, APIs & Markup) is on the rise, people! Dedicated APIs, serverless backends, and site generators are getting more popular by the minute. Here at Snipcart, we're witnessing the growing traction for this new frontend stack ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

search update: improved search in the npm CLI (and how we got here)

search update: improved search in the npm CLI (and how we got here)

Over last month’s holidays, with the help of npms.io, npm introduced an improved search platform and brought it to the npmjs.com web experience. We’re really proud of how this project went: it was an opportunity to work with folks in the community and ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

This Week's Node.js News - Issue 171

This Week's Node.js News - Issue 171

This week's Node news Read this e-mail on the Web Node Weekly January 19, 2017 #171 The npm Blog Improved Search in the 'npm' CLI (and How We Got Here) A walk through the history of search through both the npm tool and on the Web, and what’s coming up ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

Utility to Initiate the Rebuild of Indices for CouchDB Design Document Views

Utility to Initiate the Rebuild of Indices for CouchDB Design Document Views

I recently worked on upgrading a CouchDB instance and migrating it to a new server. Because of the upgrade and migration path, I needed to dump all data from the existing CouchDB, and then load it into the new CouchDB. Fortunately, the Python libraries ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

js: Convert a QueryString to an Object using Function Composition in Ramda

js: Convert a QueryString to an Object using Function Composition in Ramda

In this lesson we'll use a handful of Ramda's utility functions to take a queryString full of name/value pairs and covert it into a JavaScript object so we can access those properties in a more useful way. Along the way, we'll build up a composition and ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

Webpack 2 Finalized with Focus on Improved Documentation

Webpack 2 Finalized with Focus on Improved Documentation

The final release of webpack 2, the popular JavaScript module and asset bundler, has arrived, bringing with it native support for ES2015 and vastly improved documentation. However, it's too early to tell if the new version will dramatically improve build ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

Functional Programing in Javascript

Functional Programing in Javascript

Introduction Recently I went through this fascinating article Professor Frisby’s mostly adequate guide to Functional Programming and would like to summarise my understanding in this post. f(x) In imperative programming, you get things done by giving the ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

Adding v-model Support to Custom Vue.js Components

Adding v-model Support to Custom Vue.js Components

While v-model is a powerful asset for adding two-way data-binding to vanilla components, it’s not always readily apparent how to add support for v-model to your own custom components. Turns out though, it’s pretty simple. Introduction To understand how ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

Angular animations

Angular animations

Well-designed animations can make a UI not only more fun but also easier to use. Angular’s animation system lets you build animations that run with the same kind of native performance found in pure CSS animations. You can also tightly integrate your ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

Using the JavaScript console in Visual Studio Code

Using the JavaScript console in Visual Studio Code

Some time ago I published an article about the JavaScript console in Sublime Text. It’s turned out to be one of the most popular articles on this website. As I recently changed my code editor from Sublime Text to VSCode I found a solution to replicate ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

How to find Node.js Performance Optimization Killers

How to find Node.js Performance Optimization Killers

You might have read in several articles that “in Node.js the code is optimized dynamically.” In this article, we will see what this means and how to detect what part of the code are optimized. After reading this post on Node.js performace optimization ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

Basics to Reading/Writing Cookies with JavaScript

Basics to Reading/Writing Cookies with JavaScript

Cookies are relatively small text files that a web browser embeds on a user’s computer. Cookies allow otherwise stateless HTTP communications to emulate state (i.e., memory). Cookies are being replaced by somewhat newer technologies such as local storage ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

Ionic’s Diverse Worldwide Community

Ionic’s Diverse Worldwide Community

Sani Yusuf is a freelance Ionic developer and the co-organizer of Ionic UK, one of Ionic’s largest regional groups. The first thing a skeptic might ask about Ionic is how the company has achieved its impressive stats (over 27k Stars on Github, top TypeScript ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

TMDb Movie Search

TMDb Movie Search

ReactJS responsive app to search The Movie Database Demo | GitHub Project ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

Web Components Remote Conference: February 16th-17th 2017

Web Components Remote Conference: February 16th-17th 2017

2016 was a very interesting year for Web Components and 2017 is set to be ever better! With the Web Component specifications mostly stabilized and better browser support than ever, Web Components really are on the verge of changing how we build front-end ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

#NeedToNode Recap: Using NodeSource N|Solid on AWS

#NeedToNode Recap: Using NodeSource N|Solid on AWS

Amazon Web Services - Amazon's cloud hosting solution, also known as AWS, providing a large suite of products catering to deploying and hosting applications - has become a tool of choice for many developers and companies for running their Node.js applications ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

Status of Vue 2 migration and release schedule

Status of Vue 2 migration and release schedule

In a previous article we introduced how to use the Onsen UI components directly from Vue.js 2. We are now updating a Vue.js binding for Onsen UI called vue-onsenui in order to support Vue.js 2. In this article we announce its release schedule and the ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

Protecting JAX-RS Resources with RBAC and Apache Shiro

Protecting JAX-RS Resources with RBAC and Apache Shiro

Security is probably the most important thing for your application, but it doesn’t have to be the hardest thing. Today I’ll show you how to use Shiro’s wildcard permissions to enable fine grained Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) which makes granting ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

From REST to GraphQL a real world experiment

From REST to GraphQL a real world experiment

I was following the GraphQL story already quiet a long time. And I finally decided on a very good project to try building a GraphQL server. In this article I am going to use the Hyperwallet REST V3 APIs and expose them via a GraphQL Server. What is GraphQL? ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

Google Cloud Audit Logging now available across the GCP stack

Google Cloud Audit Logging now available across the GCP stack

By Joe Corkery, Product Manager Google Cloud Audit Logging helps you to determine who did what, where and when on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). This fall, Cloud Audit Logging became generally available for a number of products. Today, we’re significantly ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

Build your own community event monitor

Build your own community event monitor

Events, events... and more events! YLD team members help to organize community meetups, both in Lisbon (require-lx) and London (#LTM - London TensorFlow): require-lx is a JavaScript meetup, with two types of events: nodeschool, where we help people to ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

Documentation by Markup

Documentation by Markup

Things seem to go in cycles. Writing a document using old-fashioned tools like TROFF or LaTeX is like knowing a secret code. Visual editors quickly took over, although even WordStar had some “dot commands” that you put in as text. Then HTML showed up ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

Immutability in JavaScript using Redux

Immutability in JavaScript using Redux

In an ever growing ecosystem of rich and complicated JavaScript applications, there’s more state to be managed than ever before: the current user, the list of posts loaded, etc.Managing state can be hard and error prone, but immutability and Redux- a ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

Deploying From Bitbucket to WordPress

Deploying From Bitbucket to WordPress

Of all the projects I've worked in the last few years, there's one that stands out as my favorite: I wrote a WordPress plugin called Great Eagle (Tolkien reference) that allows my team to install and update themes and plugins from our private Bitbucket ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

Leveraging React for Easy Image Management

Leveraging React for Easy Image Management

React is a good tool when it comes to building flexible and reusable UI components. However, it’s “one of those libraries” that cannot handle all the tasks involved in building a full fleshed UI project. Other supporting tools - such as a recently announced ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

Case Study: Nordic Cinema Group

Case Study: Nordic Cinema Group

Today, I'd like to introduce you to Tomas Billborn, from Nordic Cinema Group, to tell you a little bit about their experience with Aurelia. My name is Tomas Billborn and I work as web-developer/IT-consultant at Nordic Cinema Group, the leading cinema ... more


Thursday, 19 January, 2017 UTC

Atom on Windows

Atom on Windows

Last year I joined the Atom team with the goal of making Atom a better experience on Windows and thought it would be worth highlighting some of our work so far as well as a few of the things new in Atom 1.14 (currently in beta). If you haven’t tried ... more