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Around the Web - January 2016 - Website obesity crisis, AngularJS & Postgres

Website ObesityWebsite obesity crisis : transcript of a talk (video can be seen too from the link) about webperformance, bloated websites and how fat sites become for almost no real value for end users. Long but funny and instructive. It makes you think on how complex, fat and bloated the web is  […]

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Around the Web - December 2015 - AngularJS & AMP

AngularJSPresentation of AngularJS 2 (in French) which highlights current status, improvements and the migration issue (and how to prepare it)AngularJS: the Good, the Bad and the transition to Angular 2 : tips and tricks for a project with AngularJS 1.x and the perspective of the transition to  […]

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Retour sur Codeurs en Seine 2015

Aujourd'hui se tenait l'édition 2015 de Codeurs en Seine ; petit résumé de la journée :Test Drive Infrastructure avec Docker (slides ; code):L'idée est d'appliqué les principes du TDD sur la partie infrastructure (versionning, tests, intégration continue, etc).Différents niveaux de tests  […]

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Around the Web - November 2014

DNS Google public DNS (ie 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4) is serving a third of the worldwide DNS traffic. Cloudflare published a series of articles on DNSSEC (for Secure DNS) ; very interesting if you want to know more about DNS Security and DNSSEC implementation : DNSSEC, an introduction & DNSSEC,  […]

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Sailing app - part 5 - Removing some dust and improving the databinding with bindOnce

It's more than one month we last talked about our sailing app. Let's take some time to refresh it. Removing the dust Refreshing our tooling chain When we initiated our environment, we used npm to install yeoman, bower and grunt mainly. Let's update first the global package we installed (ie the one  […]

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Sailing app - part 3 - AngularJS does not only fetch content, it can transform too

In part 1, I cheated to provide a JSON file AngularJS could directly interact with but as I told you, it came from an MS Excel file I converted into a CSV one. We can in fact avoid this XLS > CSV > JSON conversion and make the CSV to JSON conversion on the fly when application is loaded. For  […]

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Sailing app - part 2 - Two way data binding in AngularJS

At the end of part 1, we just have the full boat list. If you would like to see only the issues from 1996 or the issues which mentionned the "470", you need some more things. It's also a quick way to introduce the two way data binding of Angular : Data-binding in Angular web apps is the  […]

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Sailing App - part 1 - Intro to Yeoman, Grunt, Bower and AngularJS

I'm fan of sailing and the magasine "Voile Magasine" provides some doc / pdf / excel file with the index of all their issues and the boat they tested. Purpose of our app wil be to render the excel file in a user friendly manner to allow user to filter depending on different criterion. As  […]

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What if your next backend application would be only an API ?

Web site and application used to be built as following : On the server side, you had all the data, all the logic (what to display and when) and at the end, the server push the answer On the client side (ie in a browser mainly), you only have the rendering of the data and the layout  […]

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