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Frontend Development–Browserify

Frontend Development Series Modern Frontend Development This Post Vue.js Series Data Validation-Vue.js This Post As the front-end code grow; we need an option to encapsulate our Javascript based work and need Javascript modules that only exposes required
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Modern Frontend Development

Thanks to Node and Javascript Frameworks; the frontend development landscape has changed a lot and things are in continuous flux. For .NET developers; adapting to this might be hard to digest because we have been “addicted” to use one single thing that
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Ember: Master Detail and Round-tripping

Part 0: Getting Started with Ember JS Part 1: Hello Ember-CLI Part 2: Getting Started with Ember-CLI Part 3: Getting Started with Ember-CLI-Mirage Part 4: This Post Lets go deep and add Master Detail and Round-tripping into our Ember application that
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Getting Started with Ember-CLI-Mirage

In the previous post; Getting Started with Ember-CLI ; we got introduced to Mirage; a client side mock server for development. Lets use it bit further; it has factories; collection of js files that gets called in the config.js; there is a sample contact.js
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Getting Started with Ember-CLI

In the previous Hello Ember-CLI post; we created a simple project with one model and its associated router and template. Lets continue working from there! If we add model() {} and return something from there in the router (controller); the returned object
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Hello Ember-CLI

Ember is a MVC JavaScript library and is one component of a complete front end stack built and supported by Ember Core Team. The other components of the stack are Ember CLI, Ember Data, Ember Inspector, Fastboot and Liquid Fire. Ember Inspector is a Chrome
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Getting Started with Ember JS

In my opinion, finding the sweet balance between the two extremes; fully compiled web app (well produced music record) and javascript based dynamic web apps (live performance); is the right way to go! A while ago; we were asked to add new features into
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