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Bridging Angular and Polymer

DevTools: I See Your True Colors

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By |June 3rd, 2016|CSS, Productivity, Web Applications|0 Comments

The Most Important CSS Rule You Might Have Missed

Heads up: I know what some of you are thinking, but it is not the “elegant” !important css declaration. wink.

As most full stack professionals, I’ve been writing CSS for as long as I can remember, usually indirectly via a higher level language such as SASS. I actually got along pretty well without ever really being […]

By |February 20th, 2016|CSS, Software Design, Software Development, Web Applications|0 Comments

Node.js Lessons Learned The Hard Way

Four points to keep in mind when working with Node.js, guaranteed to save you a lot of time and pain.

Node.js is perhaps the of the most exquisite offering in server side development environments of recent years. It allows very fast  bringup of server side components, it is highly efficient and provides extreme throughput when appropriately used, and […]

To Node Or Not To Node?

Fact: Node.js is single threaded yet powers some of the highest traffic sites (source)

 

Node.js is a unique gem. When harnessed for the right problem and in the hands of a knowledgeable developer it would shine for you, but use it for unsuitable tasks or by a developer unfamiliar with Node’s philosophy then chances are you’re headed for a […]

Beware of Malbolge Coders

This post starts with a short and terrifying story followed by a unique anecdote that I’m sure will be worth your while reading.

 
Damn! Malbolge Again!
We recently took on a maintenance project which was supposed to be a stroll in the park. Just add a couple of new features to the existing system (PHP, Laravel, WordPress […]

What’s Wrong With Template Engines?

A Solution Looking For a Problem
I’ve recently came across few articles explaining how we can get Laravel’s Blade and Angular.js to work together.

For those unfamiliar with the terms, Laravel is a rising star PHP web application framework and Blade is its template engine responsible for meshing up web page templates with data models to render […]

Should We Wait for Angular 2.0?

We hear this question over and over from clients wanting to replace their front-end technology with Angular, but are confused whether the time is right or perhaps they should wait for Angular 2.0.

This question would never have been an issue if Angular 2.0 was backward compatible, unfortunately this is not the case and the upcoming version […]