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How to properly integrate non-AngularJS libraries in your AngularJS application

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There may be times when you need to use a non-AngularJS library such as lodash or underscore in your AngularJS application. If you use a bundler like JSPM, webpack or browserify, you can simply include the library in your bundle. But what if you need to load…

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How I optimized Minesweeper using Angular 2 and Immutable.js to make it insanely fast

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In my previous article I showed you how to build Minesweeper using Angular 2 and Immutable.js. You can try out the game right here. One thing that bugged me is that it turned out to be slow on mobile. After all we are using Angular 2, which is supposed to be…

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How to build Minesweeper using Angular 2 and Immutable.js

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This is the first in a series of articles on Angular 2. If you want me to send you a quick note when a new article is available, just leave your email at the bottom of the article or follow me on Twitter. After watching Christian Johansen's talk on Immutable…

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Thoughtram Angular Master Class review

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On August 25th and 26th I attended the 2-day Angular Master Class by thoughtram at Silversquare Brussels. The purpose of this short 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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How to use areas and border states to control access inside an Angular application with ui-router

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UI-router is awesome! You can create nested states and do all kinds of fancy stuff. But what if you need to restrict access to a certain part of your application? Or what if you have a public area, a members area and an admin area in the same application? In…

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How to access Angular $log debug messages from within Karma

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Angular has a convenient $log service that allows you to log debug messages to the console: $log.debug('Some debug message'); The cool thing about debug messages is that you can easily turn logging on/off in one place using the $logProvider: (function (angula…