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Author Archives: Jesse Liberty
…By Jesse Liberty & Eric Grover The Challenge : Fetch Navigate to a second page, present an Editor (multi-line entry) and then send the data back to the original page (and navigate back at the same time). Behaviors, Commands and … Continue reading
When you move from code behind to a View Model (as you should, if only to make testing easier) certain challenges arise, such as: how do I navigate to another page? Fortunately, MVVM Light provides a Messaging bus, that makes … Continue reading
Dan Wahlin founded Wahlin Consulting which provides consulting and training services on Web technologies. He has also published over 10 developer courses on Pluralsight.com and Udemy.com including the new Docker for Web Developers course. Dan is a Docker Captain, Google … Continue reading
After attending ng-conf a couple weeks ago, and taking a terrific workshop with John Papa and Dan Wahlin, and spending time talking with them and with Ward Bell (who is responsible for the Angular 2 documentation), I’ve decided to go all-in with … Continue reading
First, when I checked Google, all I could find was articles saying this can’t be done. Humbug. Thanks to Roger Peters and jFarrell I got it done (well, they did and then I did, but now you will). Here are the … Continue reading
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
Pleased and proud to say that Xamarin has posted a video of my presentation on Test Driven Development on their site. Evolve 16 was an incredible event, and it was tremendous fun to present there.
For about 15 years I specialized in Web programming of one sort or another (writing half a dozen books and, more recently, half a dozen Pluralsight courses) and for the past two years, I’ve added Xamarin. These two interests came … Continue reading
James Montemagno is a Xamarin Evangelist, technology geek, and lover of all things mobile. This is a great wrap up of what’s new in Xamarin. James’ Blog James’ Twitter MyDriving Azure IoT App Xamarin Evolve Apps
John Papa, expert in all things Angular, joins me in discussing Angular 2 ES5, ES2015, TypeScript Angular 2 on GitHub
If you are like me, when you start a podcast, you rarely go back to find old ones, which may be out of date. However, some of Yet Another Podcast is worth a listen even now. Here are some of the … Continue reading
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