by orenf
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Excerpt: A couple of years ago I started developing Echoes Player with Backbone.js, Underscore.js, Bootstrap and Require.js. Recently I migrated the code to use browserify, and i’d like to share the insights from this process.

by dror
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During the last few months I've been working mostly on Node.JS projects so I've been reading and trying new things all the time. Following a couple of blog posts that I've read recently about Node.JS best practices and things you shouldn't do in Node.JS (links will follow soon) I wanted...

by orenf
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Often, friends ask me how I keep up with all the news and trends in the javascript world. They wonder about the extensive knowledge, answers and information I have about web development today, and specifically – front end web development. Well, It’s not a secret – there is a certain...

by ziv
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Nothing is more eye compelling then a nice animation don’t you think? Up until few years ago most of web page animation where done by Flash or JavaScript libraries like jQuery. Today we all know that using CSS3 we can add transition and event keyframe animations. When I first started...

by sefi
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New blog post! Excerpt: When working on a large scale application, eventually you’ll want to break it down to one or more product sub projects that all depend on a common project. This post will discuss how to work with 2 projects properly while still using bower to manage dependencies  ...

by sefi
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New blog post! Excerpt: If you ever took part in any serious JS development in general and AngularJS specifically, you know that every time you create a new js file, you need to manually include a reference to it in the index.html file, other wise it won’t be included and the...

by orenf
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In Tikal, we are conducting 2 times a year something called "Fuseday" - a day where we choose some technologies to experiment with while building a small application. In this post, i'de like to share my group's focus on Google's Web Starter Kit - it's pros and cons. The Application...

by sefi
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New blog post! Excerpt: When working on large scale projects, java back-end code is usually being built using Apache Maven. This is usually part of a larger framework in charge of project life cycle that is part of the Continuous Integration DevOps realm, either Hudson, Jenkins or something else. In such a case, you’d...

by sefi
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Another blog post published! Excerpt: We all need access to the local storage every once in a while. Usually it’s for locally storing state variables or data retrieved from the server that does not change throughout the life of the application. It can save up some loading time on subsequent...

by orenf
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Excerpt: Developing a well structured application wasn’t so straight forward for me when I started. Sure, using Backbone.js, angular.js, require.js contributed some benefits. Overtime, I stepped into automation with grunt.js. I discovered the true beauty in structuring and organizing any code base to be modular enough – so both development & production will fit...