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Hello world!

Jul 20, 2014 5:28 PM
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Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging! (translate)

Top 5 Angular JS Articles for the week of March 31

Apr 5, 2014 12:46 PM
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During the the week of March 31th, I was very busy at work building an single page web application using AngularJS. I have been reading whatever I can find on angular JS, watching video tutorials, etc. I have 5 top articles that I would like to share this week. #1 : Displaying a Flash Notice/Failure […]The post Top 5 Angular JS Articles for the week of March 31 appeared first on Jake Rutter - Front-End JavaScript Developer and Smashing jQuery Author. (translate)

Top 5 Articles – Week of March 17th

Mar 23, 2014 1:26 PM
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During the the week of March 17th, I was in the UK working on a project using AngularJS. Been really diving deep into Angular, Node and client-side templating. I did a few presentations to a group at my company about the future of JavaScript. #1 : Promises in AngularJS, Explained as a Cartoon A colleague […]The post Top 5 Articles – Week of March 17th appeared first on Jake Rutter - UX Designer, Front-End Developer and Smashing jQuery Author. (translate)

My First GruntJS Plugin: Bust My Cache

Jan 31, 2014 8:26 PM
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GruntJS is a JavaScript Task runner that has been around for about 2+ year, at least as far as I can remember. I started playing around with GruntJS which uses Node.js about a year ago, but I ran into a bunch of issues getting it setup and the documentation wasn’t as good. Since version 0.4.x […]The post My First GruntJS Plugin: Bust My Cache appeared first on Jake Rutter - UX Designer, Front-End Developer and Smashing jQuery Author. (translate)

Top 5 Articles : Week of November 25

Dec 1, 2013 6:26 PM
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During the the week of November 25th, I really started to dive into Angular JS. My top 5 articles of the week are mainly about AngularJS, an MVC framework by Google. #1 : AngularJS WebInspector Extension for Chrome AngularJS seems to be gaining ground quicker than Backbone.js, or at least the support seems to be […]The post Top 5 Articles : Week of November 25 appeared first on Jake Rutter - UX Designer, Front-End Developer and Smashing jQuery Author. (translate)

Top 5 Things I Learned The Week of November 18

Nov 17, 2013 4:26 PM
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Top 5 Things I Learned The Week of November 11

Nov 17, 2013 4:26 PM
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This is the kickoff post for a new weekly post Im going to start writing, I consume a lot of articles on a daily basis and would love to share the top 5 articles/tools/tutorials I have read/found with everyone. This will also give me a nice archive of links to go to. Feel free to […]The post Top 5 Things I Learned The Week of November 11 appeared first on Jake Rutter - Front-End Developer and Designer, CSS, JavaScript and jQuery, PHP, Wordpress, Expression Engine, Magento. (translate)

HTML5 Local Storage and Web Personalization

Sep 24, 2013 3:28 AM
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I have just finished doing some research on using HTML5 Local storage instead of Cookies for website personalization and have come to the conclusion that everyone should be using HTML5 local storage in place of cookies from this point forward. The only disadvantage I have read about is browser support, local storage is supported by […] (translate)

How to implement Bronto Email JavaScript Conversion tracking in Google Tag Manager

Sep 18, 2013 1:27 AM
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This tutorial will show you how to setup Bronto Advanced JavaScript Conversion tracking using Google Tag Manager. Bronto Advanced JavaScript tracking gives you more visibility to all of the products that customers are purchasing, then allows you to create better segmentation based on better conversion data. This blog post from Bronto is a good explanation […] (translate)

Optimizely and jQuery – The new A/B Testing Platform

Jun 9, 2013 1:18 PM
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Being that I work in the eCommerce space, we talk a lot about A/B testing and it has also become a huge topic of conversation on the internet/twitter/facebook. Over the past two years, there have been more tools emerging that seem to blow away the previous competition. One tool that seems to be really pushing [...] (translate)

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