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A 10 minute primer to JavaScript modules, module formats, module loaders and module bundlers

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Modern JavaScript development can be overwhelming. When working on a project, you may wonder why all the modern machinery and tooling is needed. What are tools like Webpack and SystemJS doing? Or what do AMD, UMD or CommonJS mean? How do they relate to each o…

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Review of Angular 2 Master Class by Thoughtram

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On July 6 and July 7, 2016 I attended the Angular 2 Master Class by Thoughtram in the Showpad offices in Ghent. The purpose of this review is to share how I experienced the class as an attendee. It summarizes my personal thoughts only and is by no means influ…

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Review of Angular 2 Workshop by Brecht Billiet

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On June 29 and June 30, 2016 I attended Brecht Billiet's Angular 2 Workshop at Holiday Inn Ghent Expo. The purpose of this review is to share how I experienced the class as an attendee. It summarizes my personal thoughts only and is by no means influenced by…

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Simple metaphor to easily understand and remember how token-based authentication works

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In this modern era, software is often using token-based authentication so that parts of the software can be isolated as stateless processes. Although this is a great practice and allows for highly scalable software, it increases the complexity for us, front-e…

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How I feel about Angular 2

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A few weeks ago I was privileged to spend time with Pascal Precht while he was preparing his talk for NG-NL on Angular 2 change detection. We spent hours and hours figuring out how change detection works. The more we examined the Angular 2 source code, the m…

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How to configure your AngularJS application using environment variables

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Most AngularJS applications contain logic. And thus most AngularJS applications typically have a config, containing things like: the url of the API to communicate with the base url of the application whether or not to output debug logging etc. Until recently…