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AngularJS provides a $cookieStore object that reads and writes cookies. Here is a sample JSFiddle (my new favorite toy) that demonstrates setting a cookie value and bumping it by one each time the button is clicked.
Note - you won't see the number bump in the iFrame-embedded JSFiddle... Only if you jump to the JSFiddle site to test with it! This is Cross-Site Scripting protection in action...
Original discussion source was this Stack Overflow article.
The specific application I'm testing is sized for a tablet, and uses a combination of a Canvas taking up roughly 2/3 of the space and a set of JQuery Mobile widgets taking up most of the remaining 1/3 of the space (there's also a small space on top showing a read-only "status bar" with key statistics). The basic concept is an editable diagram in the Canvas, with specific edit controls in the JQuery Mobile area. You can hover, drag, and click parts ...
The course curriculum covers the gamut from user interface design, to access of sensors and features of your devices, and to network access and local storage. We use courseware designed for phones and tablets, including modern fragment-based layout design.
Several dates are available on the Android Training course page.
Here is a condensed course outline:
Chapter 1. The Android Operating System
Mobile Form Factors * Versions of Android * Applications and APK Files * Process Architecture * The Role o...
Fifty issues have been resolved and it looks like the twitter tweet has been removed from the shell.
I'll be digging around with this a bit and posting any tidbits - I am also going to upgrade the code samples for Ro...
05/24/2013Spring Quizzo ETE sample code
Hi everyone. If you're looking for examples of potential ways to interact with a Spring app from AngularJS, take a look at the project I worked on with Pivotal's David Turanski for ETE, the Quizzo-ETE application.
It's at github.com/krimple/quizzo-ete. Highlights:
Now here's something I ended up using (but not as well as in here) for the quiz. It's a way to send a request to a Angular service asynchronously and receive a result via a message back to the component.Asynchronous calls to services in Angular
In Angular, everything is asynchronous as much as possible to provide speed. A call to a $http service, which perfor...
It's been a while and all has been quiet on my front - I've been buried with day-job work, and enjoying not having to update a book in a while :)
A quick note on Spring Roo - looks like there are plans for a 1.2.4 release sometime in the summer. Alan Stewart tweeted this earlier in the week. Also, the Roobot, which accepts new OSGi bundles and also provides for downloading of existing ones, went down for a while, but due to some work recently by Alan it's up and running for internal bundles as of today.
If you're using Roo and need some basic Roo-provided bundles, they are now online.
Alan is working on getting the Roobot stabilized (some project descriptor might be causing trouble, we'll have to see which one - at one point it was...
I was not alone. At SpringOne/2GX 2012, VMware's Craig Walls hosted a talk comparing SPWA frameworks, and discussed Backbone's lack of a 'day one story' - a starting point example. He was really interested in the Walmart Labs projects Thorax and
Perhaps it's a bit expected, but the 2013 Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise conference just sold out yesterday. As before, it sold out at the end of the early bird registration, so everybody saved $75!
As we did last year, we ARE going to record the screens this year of almost every talk (forgive us if we have a technical glitch or two...
This blog will remain available however, I won't be adding any new content. All new content will be posted on rodbiresch.wordpress.com. I hope you stop by and take a look.