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The Art of AngularJS in 2015 Matt Raible
I've been tracking statistics on jobs and skills for JavaScript MVC frameworks ever since I Compared JVM Web Frameworks at Devoxx France in 2013 . At that time, Backbone was the dominant framework. Last year, I updated those...
Testing AngularJS Applications Matt Raible
This article is the second in a series about learning AngularJS . It describes how to test a simple AngularJS application. In a previous article, Getting Started with AngularJS , I showed how to develop a simple search and edit feature. What you'll...
2014 - A Year in Review Matt Raible
2014 was destined to be a spectacular year. When I wrote my thoughts down last January , I thought the Broncos would win the Super Bowl and my VW Bus restoration project would be finished by summer. To focus on finishing the bus project, I didn't...
Getting Started with AngularJS Matt Raible
I was hired by my current client in November to help them choose a technology stack for developing modern web applications. In our first sprint, we decided to look at JavaScript MVC frameworks. I suggested AngularJS , Ember.js and React . Since most...
Integrating Node.js, Ruby and Spring with Okta's SAML Support Matt Raible
Security has always piqued my interest, ever since I first developed AppFuse and figured out how to make J2EE security work back in 2004. I hacked AppFuse to have Remember Me functionality , then moved onto Acegi/Spring Security. Spring...

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