This post is the continuation of my previous AngularJS tutorial, I had explained JSON parsing using AngularJS. In this, we are going to explain how to do two-way data binding with Angular JS. Data binding is the most useful feature in AngularJS, It will help you to save from writing a lot of regu
Github has a pretty nice UX for deleting repositories. When you click “Delete”, you aren’t presented with a typical “Are you sure? Yes/No” alert. Instead, you are shown a modal with an in-your-face warning telling you the reprocussions of completing the modal, follow
ASP.NET Web API is a fantastic piece of the .NET family (there is certainly some weirdness since we now have MVC and Web API with nearly identical methods, but ASP.NET MVC 6 is coming :)). However, getting a SPA or mobile hybrid (Ionic!) app working isn’t the most pleasant experience.
I like Angular 1.X. It has allowed me to get some rich UIs done in a pretty short amount of time (unit tested, too!). However, with React gaining so much attention, I’ve been pretty jealous of JSX. One thing that’s always annoyed me about Angular is the jumping between multiple files
I've taken up TypeScript over the last few months, and it is such a breath of fresh air. TypeScript has quickly become one of my favorite languages to develop in, especially on the front-end. One of my favorite features is TypeScript Decorators, and I’ve been taking advantage of them to tri