by robert
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If you're familiar with Javascript and NodeJS, you're probably familiar with Grunt, and with good reason. The most commonly used build tool and task runner for JS/NodeJS projects does it's job, and does it well. So if everyone uses Grunt, (practically every bower module installed will have grunt as its task runner), why  choose an alternative?

My personal answer is code style. 

by liorb
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JS
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I really like the select2 project, I've already used the library with the different configurations. I could not find however a good sample code for using it's infinite scroll option with AngularJS, so I made my own. Here's is my AngularJS version to the select2 docs Infinite Scroll with Remote Data code sample

by liorb
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For my current project I needed to add custom validation to form-input fields in AngularJS. In order to do that, I had to interact with the validation mechanism and to extend it...

by orenf
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level: intermediate

Grunt.js is a great javascript task runner. It helps you to be more productive and automate various tasks for development, testing and production. Once you get how it works, Grunt is quite easy, and like myself, you start to look for new modules to automate any task in the project you're working on.

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Developing a new app and need mock data? Server isn't ready yet? Still figuring out the structure of the JSON data you wish to consume? FillText.com can save you a lot of time!

by assafg
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Here are the slides and video from the talk I gave the other day at the Fullstack Developers Israel Meetup.

Most Service Oriented Applications and applications that want to scale quickly, provide a rich client interface and provide support for multiple client platforms will eventually neet to seperate the client & server and offload most or all of the view rendering tasks to the client while providing a simple api for comunication with the server.

 

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Based on my experience on the fuse day:
 
First of all I want to mention that I had minimal knowledge of Java script or any of its technology. I am Java server side and therefore I chose this fuse day to have some entry point into JS technologies.
by shavit
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At this post I will briefly share my impressions from Sails.JS as the server-side framework I experienced with at the Fuseday.
Sails.JS is a framework that provides a complete FullStack solution based on MVC architecture for developing web applications.

I think sails is awesome, and I'll try to explain why:

by orenf
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During the last fuseday at Tikal, the javascript group focused on yet another javascript stack:

by orenf
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We've been using web components thus far - it's interseting to see what's next.

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