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You always want the fastest and most responsive UI. In an attempt to optimize your product, you may have already learned how to use techniques such as minifying your CSS and JS files, compressing static resources, and utilizing caching via CDN. But still there is much more to do -...

by sefi
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Last year I published a timing service that has a simple task - tick every second and invoke tasks registered to it. Recently, for a client, I wanted to incorporate it into the project but the requirements meant that I had to refactor the service to be more robust. So,...

by oren
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How to add leaflet map to pdf report? We using the the libarary "Leaflet" in order to display map I was asked to export an image of the leaflet map in order to add it to report The original plan was to export an image in the client and then...

by sefi
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In this post I'll try to give my thoughts on the conference. In case you don't know what it is, the YGLF Conf was a 2 day conference organized by FEDs, for FEDs with a ton of FED speakers. It took place in Israel, on June 8th & 9th, 2015....

by galn
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Motivation The unix philosophy Do one thing and do it well guides the node ecosystem, it is not surprising that web developers are starting to adopt this approach as well. One of the downsides to the unix philosophy is the amount of dependencies you need in order to create a...

by oren
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I was looking for a simple "angular layout component" for the system that we develop. The component should support resize (by drag),collapse and expand. I found the component "ui-layout". It was quite simply add the component to the system, I added it to all the necessary views and then I came...

by amiram
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Lately I had to build an angular page that shows a list and the ability to edit each object, which is a very common scenario ever since. In this post I'll show you how to do it easily with angular ui-router. Let's say we have a list of persons and...

by sefi
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When I published the post about the Local Storage Cache Service, I also published the service code and test on GitHub. This raised quite a few questions from readers in regards to the test. Specifically, why I implemented it with a main describe that contained an inner setup describe and...

by sefi
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We’ve all used an online JS sandbox to fiddle or try some code real quick. There are a few alternatives out there, the most notable are JSFiddle and Plunker. Personally, I prefer Plunker as it also supports Github integration and for me it’s easier to add external resources. Well, the...

by sefi
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Ever since Font Awesome came out, I was amazed at how simple it made things. It really is… well… Awesome! Working with graphics or icons was never a major hassle but using icons as a font has so much more going for it! Since it’s vectorial in nature, controling it’s...