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Web Components are the future of web development

Web Components are the future of web development

Alastair Aitken December 17, 2014 0

Building applications by bolting together components is standard fare for developers; encapsulation and reusability have been key concepts donkeys years. So why does a practice that’s so ubiquitous across almost every aspect of software

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Grunt – a build system for front-end professionals

Grunt – a build system for front-end professionals

Alastair Aitken July 28, 2014 0

In most programming language eco-systems, a comprehensive build system is taken for granted. Some are more convoluted than others: Java developers have long had to wrestle with the visual spaghetti of XML in order

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Meteor on a low end VPS

Meteor on a low end VPS

Alastair Aitken April 30, 2012 0

Meteor on a low end VPS Meteor is a framework of Javascript tools for developing realtime applications. Meteor shares code between client and server, allowing synchronisation of both data and code. As a side-project

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Using jQuery UI in SharePoint 2010

Using jQuery UI in SharePoint 2010

Shameem Ahmed December 12, 2011 3

jQuery UI is a widget and interaction library built on top of the jQuery JavaScript Library, that you can use to build highly interactive web applications. The jQuery UI site has a number of

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Sencha releases mobile HTML5 cloud

Alastair Aitken October 25, 2011 0

The maker of the front-end Javascript frameworks Ext JS and Sencha Touch, Sencha, has made available its Sencha.io cloud platform for beta testers. Sencha.io provides mobile web application developers with a set of cloud

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Quick Start Wakanda – Javascript for the entire stack

Quick Start Wakanda – Javascript for the entire stack

Alastair Aitken June 24, 2011 3

Wakanda is an open-source platform that provides a full Javascript stack, comprising of Wakanda Server, Wakanda Studio and the Wakanda Client Framework. Currently in a developer preview release – essentially an alpha version –

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