Category: javascript

Angular and Backbone Live on Pluralsight

The Best Angular Introduction I Could Do I tried to learn Angular so I could use it with Tekpub. My first impressions were not good – it seemed over-engineered, unfriendly, a...

Yes Bad Javascript Will Shut Your Site Down

Carping About Uncompressed Javascript I hate citing newspaper articles when it comes to anything technical – but this one is a guest article by a developer and he claims: It ...

Models and Services in Angular

Image from http://union-bulletin.com/news/2012/aug/03/one-part-science-one-part-excitement-equal-success/ What's a Model? What's a Service? I read over a post by Joel Hooks...

Ember… What If (Part 1)

image from The Rusty Shield Hello There! Setting a happy tone immediately is job one, in my mind. When you add Ember to a page you want to know it's there, and it's ready f...

Ember: Baby Steps

A Bit Steep I figured it's about time to get constructive in terms of getting to know EmberJS. The only reason I haven't up until this point is that I've been very busy...

Convention Over Incantation?

Conventions? Curations? Innovations? Convention over Configuration is a "pull" – meaning that it's derived from practice. Conventions evolve and ultimately peop...

EmberJS Confuses Me

I Tried Saying something confuses me is no great claim – many things do. It's entirely likely that I didn't study Ember long enough, or maybe I didn't give it the...