Angular 5, Building A Simple Service

Angular 5 is the newest release of the Angular Framework. In this article, we will be looking at how to build a simple service using the angular command line interface, or CLI. In the Angular ecosystem, services refer to the piece that is commonly used for storing data and making HTTP calls. We will not…

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Running Ionic With A Go Web Server

Ionic is an open source framework for building websites and mobile apps in one. With Ionic it is possible to code once and deploy to all. Go is the best language I have ever used. Go compares to C++ in speed and Java in readability. Go is cleaner, more precise, builds in seconds, seems to excel…

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The Simplest Go Web Server

Today I am going to show you how to make the simplest Go web server. This particular instance will only return a string of text. I don’t think you can really get more basic than that. Purpose This article is meant to introduce you to the Go language and useful Go libraries. Prerequisites You will…

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Hello World Example With The Go Programming Language

Let’s Make Your First Go Application “Go is an open source programming language that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software.” – Go Team Getting Our Environment Setup Choosing the right IDE I would highly recommend Visual Studio Code (VSCode). This IDE is powerful, fast, offers an infinite sea of plugins and…

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JavaScript Masters: Three ways to use a function?

In JavaScript, we have three ways of describing or using functions. 1. Constructors Constructors are used to set up a class with a base set of properties, values, methods, or dependencies. In this simple example for a class Greeting, the constructor is being used to provide an initial value for the variable ‘name’ and takes…

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JavaScript Masters: What Is This?

If you are learning JavaScript you will undoubtedly come across JavaScript Masters repeatedly in your journey. At first like much of JavaScript, the usage of this keyword can be a little confusing. When, why and what is this? This keyword was introduced in the initial definition ECMA standard and has carried through the versions into now. It was…

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How to Authenticate With Sage Intacct SDK for .NET

Sage Intacct has released an official software development toolkit (SDK) in April 2017. This release was just in time, as the Intacct Web Services Test tool is being phased out as Google ends support for Chrome Apps. On the official SDK page, as of writing this post, there is actually only a single example. As I explore…

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Why Material Design for Angular’s Button Are Better

In any Angular application I am working with, there have been two front end frameworks that I have heavily relied on. I wouldn’t consider any library to use in my project unless it also has an Angular implementation. Material Design for Angular and UI Bootstrap, both possess Angular implementations. In my early involvement with Angular, I…

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How to Use JQuery with Typescript

TypeScript is a free and open-source programming language developed and maintained by Microsoft. It is a strict syntactical superset of JavaScript, and adds optional static typing to the language. – Wikipedia This superset of JavaScript is managed by Microsoft and compiles to JavaScript code. In fact, you can write JavaScript code alongside your TypeScript code. This also…

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