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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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...

by assafg
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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...

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  ...