Angular-powered forms

In the previous tutorials about AngularJS I already used some forms, but I never went into detail about them or about form validation. In this tutorial that will probably change, as I will explain you how you could use AngularJS validation and write your own custom validators.

Adding some D3 magic to AngularJS

In my previous tutorials I covered the basics of creating a basic AngularJS application containing services, controllers, filters and directives. It explained most of the basic parts, but in a real application you usually combine many frameworks together to form a solid webapplication. In this tutorial I’m going to show you how you could combine […]

You have to love JavaScript’s type coercion

JavaScript… some people love it, other people hate it. One of the many good/bad discussions in JavaScript are about its weak and dynamic typing. Because of that, type coercion exists. Type coercion you ask? Well, type coercion is a feature in JavaScript that automatically “casts” one of the operands to another type, for example: [] […]

Get more with Less using Grunt

In my previous tutorial I explained how you could use Grunt to create a nice and easy build environment. We did stuff like checking our code quality using JSHint, concatenated and minified files, ran our unit tests, … Most of these changes didn’t require any change to our code (except the location of our freshly […]

Making your AngularJS application grunt

A while back I wrote a small application to show you the main components of AngularJS, demonstrating controllers, services, filters and (custom) directives. In this tutorial I’m going to modify that application a bit and integrate GruntJS into it. For those who are wondering what Grunt is, well, it’s the task runner written in JavaScript, […]

Jasminify your Angular app

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 […]

Working with Nodember

A while back I wrote a tutorial about writing a small app using Ember.js by storing its data inside the HTML5 LocalStorage. In this tutorial I will be using Node.js REST webservice and store the data into a MongoDB database. By writing both front-end and back-end in JavaScript, I’m able to write an entire application […]

Working with the MEAN stack

JavaScript is more important than ever. In today’s applications, JavaScript is used to create certain effect, make websites more interactive and improve the user experience. But you can achieve much more using JavaScript. There are MVC frameworks like AngularJS that help you structure the entire front-end part of your application and even more. With the […]

Working with the MEAN stack: MVC

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 […]

Working with the MEAN stack: Application setup

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 […]