Category Archives: AngularJS

Reactive

Many web programmers, especially Angular programmers are turning their attention to Reactive programming.  While I don’t know of any books on ReactiveJS (yet) I can shamelessly mention that I do have a book on Reactive Extensions and LINQ.   NB: … Continue reading

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Yet Another Podcast #152 – John Papa on Angular 2

John Papa, expert in all things Angular, joins me in discussing Angular 2 ES5, ES2015, TypeScript Angular 2 on GitHub    

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Yet Another Podcast #151 – Jon Galloway on //build/

I’m extremely pleased to have Jon back on Yet Another Podcast, this time with a comprehensive review of //build/. Jon on Channel 9  Twitter  Stack Overflow Build on GitHub        

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New Pluralsight Course: Kendo UI and AngularJS

Incredibly pleased to announce the release of my latest Pluralsight course: Kendo UI and AngularJS From Scratch This course is targeted at Kendo UI programmers who wish to integrate Kendo UI into AngularJS programs (e.g., rather than jQuery).  In only … Continue reading

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Yet Another Podcast #132: FalafelCon Roundtable

Talking with J. Tower, Josh Eastburn and Venkata Koppaka of Falafel Software about their upcoming presentations at FalafelCon.  We also discuss working remotely, software, AngularJS, Xamarin and much more. Falafel Software FalafelCon Falafel Blogs HipChat GoToMeeting 48 States Project Special … Continue reading

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New Pluralsight Course: Testing AngularJS From Scratch

Incredibly pleased to announce the release of my latest Pluralsight course: Testing AngularJS From Scratch In this course, you will learn how to create software using Behavior Driven Development, a test-first, agile approach to creating Angular programs using Jasmine. I … Continue reading

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KendoNg–Part 2–Data

This is the second in my new series on Kendo UI and AngularJS, which I’m guarantee affectionately calling KendoNg Continue reading

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AngularJS and Kendo UI–Part 1–Getting Started

Today I launch a new series of postings, bringing together two themes I’ve been developing for the past few months: AngularJS and Kendo UI.  These technologies go together like peanut butter and chocolate, and both share two characteristics that are … Continue reading

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Angular Part 5–Adding A Service

This is the fifth in a series that starts here. In the previous installment, we looked at using Jasmine to test a Controller, and left off with the suggestion that our program would be improved by adding a service.  We’ll … Continue reading

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Angular Part 4–Testing AngularJS

It is time now to turn our attention to testing AngularJS applications.  Over time, we’ll want to move to test-first, where we write the test and then write the code. There are many advantages to test-first, but let’s hold off … Continue reading

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Yet Another Podcast #123–Ted Neward on Architecture

This episode marks the premier of John Papa as permanent co-host of Yet Another Podcast (along with Jon Galloway as intermittent co-host)!  Joining John and me are Ted Neward.  Ted is CTO of iTrellis Software, a Microsoft MVP and much-in-demand … Continue reading

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Angular Part 3–BDD With Angular JS

In a previous posting I introduced the critically important topic of Behavior Driven Testing, but the example I gave was straight JavaScript rather than Angular. We’ll want to modify that example to be Angular, but to do so we need … Continue reading

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