Two months ago I wrote a small tutorial series about writing a small application using AngularJS. In that series I talked about the most common parts of AngularJS like controllers, services, filters and directives. However, AngularJS is more than just that, AngularJS also comes with an entire mocking framework, which makes the life of the […]
If you look at the tutorials written before 2014, you will notice that they’re written in another language, Dutch. This language move was necessary to keep this blog alive, and actually, it worked really well. According to Google Analytics there are 5x as many visitors as there were before. So, what does this exactly mean? […]
In the previous tutorial I finished the configuration of the application so that in this tutorial we can concentrate ourself on the Model-View-Controller part of the application. The application consists of two parts, the server- and the client-side part of the application. Both of them use the Model-View-Controller pattern though. First of all, let’s start by […]
In an earlier article/tutorial series I told you how you could create your own application using AngularJS and the HTML Local storage to persist the data. If you missed it, be sure to check it out here. The local storage is great but what if we want to persist the data somewhere inside a database […]
In our last two tutorials we made a simple song list app where you could add/delete songs from a list. To make the app really good we’re going to add a rating component to the app, allowing us to rate the songs and eventually sort them based on their rating. So let’s start!
In the previous tutorial I talked about setting up a simple application using Ember.js. We wrote a simple app containing a route, a controller and a store (using Ember-data). In this tutorial we will go further using stores by adding an adapter to the store and removing elements from our store as well. Another feature […]