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...

by orenf
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The Async Challange in Nodejs Nodejs purpose was to allow fast input/output (io) and not to be used as a computation layer for processing. Despite this important fact, in one of the projects I was in involved, we were required to check a possiblity for image processing (crop & resize)...

by orenf
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Fuseday Experience 2/2015 - the dOs Attacks Introduction The challenge for this fusesay was developing a simple server, which should be able to do several tasks: 1. Handle attacks of http requests in the for of geo-location check-ins, this Defending the machine's health ans stability. 2. On the other hand,...

by orenf
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I’ve been writing javascript code since 2006. Right from the very first lines of code in javascript, I felt that the simplicity of javascript was exactly what i was looking for in a language. In this post, i’m sharing my thoughts on why I think javascript was and still is...

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Debugging Jasmine Node tests One of the things that frustrate me the most is failing tests with no apparent error message. A nice thing about Jasmine-node is that it can be run as a regular NodeJS process and as such can be remotely debugged. Here is a short 'How to'...

by rika
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Automated UI testing for web applications Event lectures video & slides   Following the successful FullStack event with over 260 members, we are happy to share the slides and video's from the event. Automated testing has been a de-facto standard in many aspects of software development for several years now, however automated UI testing...

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. Read The Full Post

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...