Unit testing is a very important part of software development, and it is extremely important to Angular applications as they become increasingly more complex. We'll explain how to set up your unit tests and describe what you can actually test with some examples.
In the first post we talked about how themes works in the Erdiko framework and covered important files to configure it. We continue with more advanced Erdiko theme topics and introduce new classes to discover more features, including layouts.
Dependency Injection is a widely used design pattern. We will define the concepts of this pattern and show a popular PHP implementation with a simple example.
Attribute Directives are a powerful way to affect the appearance or behavior of a DOM Element in your Angular 2 Application. We examine how attribute directives work, and how you can build re-usable custom code for your projects.
Auth, a widely use term that can be a bit confused. We will show the meaning and how to work with both definitions as a system.
We'll be at Silicon Beach Fest Friday 8/25 for our CTO panel, "Scaling your business with technology." If you are in LA please join us.
In our first post about Electron, we were covering the main topics about what is and how it works. This time we will cover how to create a dummy application using Electron and Angular2 as a front-end framework.
The application tree should be something
Hello readers, in this episode we're going to talk about languages structures, as a preface to future post where I will show you all this stuff in action, with OOP and concurrency examples and reviewing some toolkits and frameworks.
Of course, this is no
These days with the latest new technologies applied to apps we want everything faster, accessible and lightweight. To accomplish these goals, companies find that the developers do their job with tools that require low effort and can be used in many pl
Today we are going to walk thru basics of Go language. Starting with a list of supported data types and defining custom types.
I’ll try to show you some examples of how to deal with basic Go stuff and compare with PHP as a reference.