Articles for April 2015

The AngularJS and TypeScript Cheat Sheet – iVision

Responsive Single Page Applications (SPA) are gaining momentum to become the standard for enterprise web development. The most popular framework for delivering these applications is AngularJS. Introduced by Google several years ago, Angular is now in stable version 1.4 and 2.0 is on the horizon. Please download, print, and keep this handy next to your keyboard. Don’t hesitate to share this blog post with anyone else you know who may be using Angular with TypeScript today.

Source: ivision.com

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Rendering Performance — Web Fundamentals

Users notice if sites and apps don’t run well, so optimizing rendering performance is crucia!

Source: developers.google.com

Users of today’s web expect that the pages they visit will be interactive and smooth and that’s where you need to increasingly focus your time and effort. Pages should not only load quickly, but also run well; scrolling should be stick-to-finger fast, and animations and interactions should be silky smooth.

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ASP.NET 5 Middleware, Or Where Has My HttpModule Gone?

ASP.NET 5 has been largely rewritten from the ground up, and incorporates some radical changes when compared with previous versions of ASP.NET. One of the biggest changes is in the HTTP Pipeline. This article looks at how those changes impact the design and registration of plug and play components that used to be represented by HttpModules.

Source: www.mikesdotnetting.com

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Comparing Angular 1.x & 2.0

The Obsorne Effect

The Angular team faces a problem. How do you talk the great new features of Angular 2.0 under development without damaging use of the current 1.x? This effect is often called the Obsborne effect, named after a 1980s computer company whose marketing contributed to putting the company out of business. In short, the better 2.0 sounds, the less people will want to start or continue projects built with 1.x.

Source: shmck.com

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