Articles for March 2015

Introducing React Native: Building Apps with JavaScript

React Native by Facebook is an open-source framework allowing you to build fully native iOS and Android apps in JavaScript. Learn how in this tutorial.

If you have only ever written applications in Objective-C or Swift, you might not be particularly excited about the prospect of using JavaScript instead. Although, as a Swift developer, the second point above should pique your interest!

Through Swift, you’ve no doubt been learning new and more functional ways to encode algorithms, and techniques that encourage transformation and immutability. However, the way in which you construct your UI is very much the same as it was when developing with Objective-C: it’s still UIKit-based and imperative.

Through intriguing concepts such as a virtual DOM and reconciliation, React brings functional programming directly to the UI layer.

This tutorial takes you through the process of building an application for searching UK property listings.

Source: www.raywenderlich.com

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Developing a zippy component in Angular 2

Even if Angular 2 is still in early development, we can already start playing with the code since it’s up on GitHub and also published as npm module. We are following the development of Angular 2 since the beginning on and are also contributing to the project. Just recently we’ve built a simple zippy component in Angular 2 and in this article we want to show how.

Source: blog.thoughtram.io

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Introducing Azure API Apps – .NET Web Development and Tools Blog – Site Home – MSDN Blogs

As part of the Azure SDK 2.5.1 release, a new feature called Azure API Apps were included.  This new feature raises the capabilities of ASP.NET Web API, extending it with Swagger metadata while providing a simple to manage interface in the Azure Portal.  Extend your API with authentication and no code changes, or generate an SDK for your API with a few clicks.  A full definition of API Apps and their capabilities is available in the online Azure documentation. Video coverage of the API Apps announcement with Scott Guthrie is available online

Source: blogs.msdn.com

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ASP.NET 5 – A Deep Dive into the ASP.NET 5 Runtime

Last November Microsoft announced ASP.NET 5 as a new open source and cross-platform framework for building modern Web and cloud applications using the Microsoft .NET Framework. We (the ASP.NET development team, of which I’m a part) released ASP.NET 5 Preview along with Visual Studio 2015 Preview at the Connect(); event in New York City. I introduced you to the ASP.NET 5 runtime and its new Visual Studio project system in the “Introducing the ASP.NET 5 Preview” article from the special Dec. 15, 2014, Issue of MSDN Magazine (bit.ly/1K4PY4U). Since that last look at ASP.NET 5 in December there have been two more preview releases of ASP.NET 5: Beta2 with Visual Studio 2015 CTP 5, and Beta3 with Visual Studio 2015 CTP 6. With each release, the framework continues to evolve and improve. In many cases, these improvements were generously contributed by the .NET community through the public ASP.NET project on GitHub (bit.ly/1DaY7Cd). In this article, I’ll take a deeper look under the hood of the new ASP.NET 5 runtime to see what’s changed in the most recent release.

Source: msdn.microsoft.com

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Cookie-Free Authentication with JSON Web Tokens: An Example in Laravel and AngularJS

Cookies are stale. These days there are better solutions for user authentication, which solve the headaches cookies cause with today’s mobile and single-page applications.

Toptal engineer Tino Tkalec delivers this demonstration of a Laravel and Angular application making use of one of the best authentication methods available today: JSON Web Tokens.

Source: www.toptal.com

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Angular — Just another introduction to ngNewRouter — AngularJs Meetup — South London — Medium

Introduction to the new router in AngularJS 1.4+/2.0

Angular 1.4 soon will be finally out and the most shiny new feature is thenew router. It’s fantastic news that it will be also used on the futureAngular 2.0 as well.

I am going to skip the theory blurb and show you two implementations (ngRoute vs ngNewRouter) so you can figure it out the differences by looking at the code. Hope I don’t lose you. Use the links below to see it running.

 

Source: medium.com

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