Time for another DevNews with Ken Rimple and Sujan Kapadia! This week’s news items include machine learning with K, Lambdas for Excel, NodeJS race conditions, and some controversy bubbling around certain Chromium features.
When the 4th-generation Apple TV and tvOS were released, anyone could write apps for the TV, not just Apple partners. I decided to write an app to make ETE presentations and other Chariot content available though an app. (Now I can catch up on presentations while relaxing on the couch.) In this post I’ll take a quick look at some of the architecture choices made when building our first tvOS app.
N|Solid is an application profiler for Node.Js. This blog post and attached video shows you how to use it to find out what your Node applications are doing.
Recently, the Appium project, a large open-source application, decided to rewrite its codebase using ES2015, the newest version of JS. In this talk, I’ll tell the story of what worked and what didn’t. What were the goals of our rewrite and how did our choices deliver on those goals? Specifically, how did ES2015 and the “many modules” approach work for us?
This second part of a four-part series discusses how to configure Gulp to watch files for changes and copy them to a target directory. It also adds the relevant dependency files for deploying an Angular2 application.
Today we welcome Jeff Labonski on the show to discuss this week’s developer news. User group announcements: Philly PostgreSQL Meetup on June 4th – Replication Slots: The Game Changer I will be Speaking at the Scotch Plains Java User Group (of the ACGNJ) – Tuesday June 9th, 7:30PM – about ES6 now Wednesday June 17 … Read More
Groupon recently completed a year-long project to migrate its U.S. web traffic from a monolithic Ruby on Rails application to a new multi-application stack with substantial results. Learn about how Groupon achieved this great architecture migration and the business results it is driving.
In this post, I’ll walk through the steps to create a simple iPhone app that interacts with a public API, using Node and Charles to simulate an error response. This post assumes some experience writing iOS code, but all the source code will be available on GitHub…
Links "Five tips for big software projects":http://blog.chariotsolutions.com/2013/10/5-tips-for-big-software-projects.html “Dismanteling the monoliths”:https://engineering.groupon.com/2013/misc/i-tier-dismantling-the-monoliths/ – rails apps converting to Nodejs at Groupon I’m taking a stab at lock-free this week – First, my reading took me to Mechanical Sympathy (which we’ve discussed before) and now that there is a JSR for some new constructions – (StampedLock) this site has … Read More