I’ve been developing in Java for over 17 years on both client and server side. I don’t get involved with the JVM-based “language wars”, quietly frankly it’s because I’m not overly passionate about programming languages. That’s not to say that I don’t have preferences or enjoy languages it’s just that I choose not to put … Read More
Now that Angular 2 is final, I thought I’d take another look at Ionic 2. With an Ionic 2 Release Candidate also available, hopefully everything will be a bit more stable from here on forward… (Hopefully.) In any case, here are some of the differences I’ve found in Ionic 2 compared to Ionic 1: The … Read More
At Chariot, we've been Tracking the replacement of AngularJs with a from-the-bottom-up rewrite called Angular 2 for over a year and a half now. Let’s look at where the framework stands as it has released RC2 late last week and RC3 today.
There are several projects that have been bringing a reducer-based state store to Angular, namely @ngrx/store by Rob Wormald, and angular-redux/ng2-redux. Both teams are developing APIs in the style of Redux, which is a functional-programming-driven immutable state store, using reducer functions and a dispatching mechanism to handle changes in state. Let’s see how they work.
An overview of the sessions at ng-conf 2015, where Angular 1.x and 2.0 are going, and information about APIs such as the new router and animation libraries.
For the last twelve years, when someone asks what technologies we work with, the short answer has been “non-Microsoft.” But it seems the times, they are a’ changin.
This article by Ken Rimple is from a post on Serverside.com A Spring Summary: The Spring Framework is Still Relevant With the advent of the simpler versions of Java EE comes a chorus of Java EE aficionados calling for developers to jettison proprietary application frameworks and embrace the core. Spring is one framework targeted for … Read More