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Rudolf offers web development training in AngularJS, React, Elm and Django and Ruby on Rails.
Developer Feedback Loop: Elm Vs React article published on CodeMentor.io
I have published another article on CodeMentor.io, this time comparing React vs Elm for web development, click here to read it. The article covers the elm vs react developer feedback loop which is highly important when developing software and web applications. It is also one of the hardest things to getRead More
Forget React, Learn AngularJS 2.0 with this video tutorial!
In the last few weeks I’ve been busy preparing AngularJS 2 courses and I’m really excited about the first video tutorial that NeverFriday Software Expertise is releasing. In this tutorial you learn how to create an AngularJS 2.x project and how to create a comment box directive component. In theRead More
Coming Soon: Learning AngularJS 2 Videos
Toronto Node.Js Meetup
8 December, 6:30pm at The Working Group 425 Adelaide W. #300, Toronto, ON. I’m giving a talk there tonight on using Node.js to construct API Shims that interface between the backend and frontend. It’s going to be good. The basic idea is that frontend code has been decoupled from theRead More
gcal-invoice/MountainView Invoice coding update
So I shared gcal-invoice/MountainView Invoice with a few people and they looked at the code and thought it was pretty good (I think, ha. ha.) and I realized that I’ve neglected the project for too long because it wasn’t even possible to hit a running copy of the web app.Read More
Taking a screenshot using Protractor and Selenium WebDriver
Here we learn to use Protractor with Selenium WebDriver providing the functionality to take screenshots. Update: Andrew Batz has kindly put together an NPM-installable package with the code in this article. Click here to check it out or download it using npm install screenshot-protractor As I work with SPAs (SingleRead More
Django Unit Testing with Mocks
Unit tests shouldn’t be treated like lesser code. It should be as clean as possible and don’t ever hesitate when it comes to refactoring the unit test code. It can save you a lot of trouble in the long run.
Emacs angularjs-mode v1.0 release!
I’ve finally had some time to upgrade angularjs-mode with some expandable code snippets (thanks to YA Snippets) and added auto-complete mode dictionaries. What I’ve found a pain when coding AngularJS is that you really need your environment setup well for it before you can get a lot done with it.Read More
Join the Learning AngularJS community on Facebook!
I’ve created a new Facebook page for the Learning AngularJS community. It’s a public page and I’m posting tutorials there more frequently than on the mailing list. What’s happening with the mailing list? The Learning AngularJS mailing list is still up and running. The Future of Learning AngularJS: Mastering ItRead More