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In my previous tutorial, I’ve set up gulp.js to build my React.js application, now it’s time to write that application. Like I said before, the app I’m going to build in this tutorial, is an application where you can add/remove songs and rate those. We have several components to implement, so let’s start.
In the past couple of weeks I’ve written a few simple applications using Spring boot. With Spring MVC it’s also quite easy to serve REST API’s. In this article I’ll show you how to create such a REST API and how to consume one using RestTemplate.
One of the biggest misconceptions in Dojo is what module to choose to create a document-on-load event handler. In Dojo there are two modules that are commonly used, called dojo/ready and dojo/domReady. In this small tutorial I will explain you what the differences are and in what situation you should use them.
In my previous tutorial I explained how to create a simple song rating app using AngularJS and storing the data in the HTML5 LocalStorage. Today I’m going to do the same thing, but this time I will be using Ember.js. The setup is quite easy, I’m going to write an app that allows you to […]
A while back I wrote an article about how to use Grunt to build your application. However, recently there’s a new player on the market called Gulp. I’m not going to compare the two and tell you which one is better, but I’m going to use the same application and try to achieve the same […]
Spring is one of the most popular frameworks for Java development. The tutorials on this blog cover various aspects of developing web applications with Spring, like Spring Web MVC, Spring Boot, Spring Data, Spring Security, ... .
Recently, a lot of frameworks started to pop out of nowhere. It is hard to follow up with the latest frameworks, but with these tutorials I try to cover the basics of most frameworks like Ember.js, React.js, AngularJS, Dojo, D3, ... .