by sefi
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New blog post!

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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

 

http://ajsblackbelt.wordpress.com/2014/07/14/linking-2-local-projects-wi...

by sefi
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New blog post!

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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 app will fail.

How would you feel about not having to do that?

 

https://ajsblackbelt.wordpress.com/2014/07/07/free-from-include/

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.

by sefi
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New blog post!

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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 want your AngularJS code to run grunt/gulp as part of the CI procedure as well.

 

by dmitri
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When you hear 'Big Data' and 'Analytics' in the same sentence it's usually about Storm and Hadoop. This time our team decided to take something different for a trial.

by yanai
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In our last Tikal Fuseday, we split into several groups to create data analytic applications. As in previous Fuseday, the idea was to learn and use lots of technologies, by creating a working “crash application” from scratch, developed in just a few hours of work.

by amiram
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No doubt that location data can add value to almost any mobile app today, not only to navigation apps. For example, you don't have to remember or write where you take each photo, and if you search for a resturant you'd see only places near by.

We made a simple app that record movements and sends data about the track to twitter (if you don't tell everyone, why bother?)

 

by gilad
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Assuming you have a Jenkins-Gradle-Artifactory system set up correctly and you in fact have a Java project being compiled, built and published to Artiafactory correctly, there is a chance you would like to build an Uber jar, in the case of one of our customers this in Uber jar was required to include all the Build ouputs (in this case in was two jars: product.jar & product-api.jar) and all the dependent jars

by sefi
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A new blog post!

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As part of a requirement I was implementing, I needed to create a model object.
I wanted to do this ‘The Angular Way’ – non-intrusive, extensible and injectable.
AngularJS provides us with the means to create Services, Controllers and Directives, Model Objects are somewhat of a missing piece.

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JMX, MXBeans – random thoughts and ideas

 

JMX has been around for a while. A very common use for JMX is to add it as a debug interface to a web application (https://rterp.wordpress.com/tag/mxbean/). The truth is that JMX is much more than that.

 

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