Articles for January 2015

StrongLoop Arc aims to manage the whole Node.js API lifecycle

As we know from the recent dustup around the forking of Node.js, people are passionate about that server-side JavaScript run-time environment. Now StrongLoop, a startup formed to provide commercial support for Node.js, is bringing together several tools to enable Node.js  API creation from inception to deployment all from one console. The product, StrongLoop Arc, promises a single user interface for…

Source: gigaom.com

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Writing AngularJS Apps Using ES6

This article explains how ECMAScript 6 can be used to write AngularJS applications.

Source: www.sitepoint.com

As many of you are aware, ECMAScript 6 is in its draft state now and is expected to be finalized some time this year. But it already caught a lot of attention in the community and browsers have already started implementing it. We also have a number of transpilers like Traceur, 6to5, and many that convert ES6 code to ES5 compatible code. Community members have started playing around ES6 and many of them are blogging what they learn. SitePoint’s JavaScript channel also has a good number of articles describing different features of ES6.

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Exploring Angular 1.3: Validators Pipeline

Angular makes working with forms in applications a breeze. Not only that it extends a form’s capabilities, it makes it possible to handle them in a different way due to its scope model nature. In this article we discuss a newly introduced feature called custom validators. We usually made custom validations in with parsers and formatters. But the validators pipeline makes validating forms even better.

Source: blog.thoughtram.io

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