Philly ETE 2014 #6 – Angular Reality: Rendering the World in Real Time with AngularJS Directives and WebGL – James Wanga


From the abstract: “AngularJS directives are a powerful tool that can bring elegance to complex technologies like WebGL. Last year, with an amazing team, I won a NASA hackathon by building a drone using a quad-coptor and a custom built sonar that was later featured on the discovery channel. During my talk I’ll walk through … Read More

DevNews #86 – We’ve tried to 86 the podcast, but it’s 99 times the fun

Episode 86 – which we 86'ed once but tried for again Ever have one of those Mondays? Joel Confino is out on assignment, and Ken is solo this week. He "recorded" episode 86 once, except that he didn't press RECORD. Sigh, silly programmer. Sponsored Link – Training update – Our two-day AngularJS Fundamentals training course … Read More

Philly ETE 2014 – Ken Rimple – AngularJS 101

I presented a basic tutorial on AngularJS at Philly ETE this year, pinch hitting for a speaker who had to cancel at the last minute. My slides end abruptly, however, the points are made and for more information I refer you to our website content on AngularJS, as well as our two-day training course. For … Read More

Getting Chatty with Angular, Socket.IO, Node/Express and Bootstrap

Now that we’re well into the client/server age of the web with client-side frameworks such as AngularJS and Ember, it’s time to start revisiting those typical sample projects and reviewing how they’ll change with a more intelligent client. In this tutorial we’ll wire up an AngularJS single-page web application to communicate with Web Sockets using Socket.IO and host the application using NodeJS for an all-Javascript stack.