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Hi guys, I came across a bitch of a problem where I needed to have an isolated scope (related to a Directive) register itself to listen to events dispatched from the $rootScope. If you're here, you probably know that in order to listen on events you have to be chained in the scope hierarchy, but hey! no, I want my scope to be isolated. you see? a problem. So I opened up Fiddle and started messing
If you're using AngularJS as your framework of choice you probably know that it is recommended that you separate your modules according to Logic (Directives, Filters, Services) of by view type (i.e. dashboard-module) or combine the 2, but the idea is to have a single main module which depends on these "sub" modules. This is better for testing since you don't need to load them all if you only
So whud'ya know... I'm going Twitter. I know, I know - I have written these lines (for those of you who don't understand Hebrew, I'm bashing Twitter like hell), but I found myself more and more coming up with short ideas that posting a blog entry for is a bit of an overhead, you know what I mean? I need something I can tap to easily and write a quick thought or revelation that comes to my mind.
I lately found myself explaining to different people what is a data grid, or to be more accurate, what is not a data grid. There seems to be a common misunderstanding of what a data grid should do and what are it's responsibilities among developers and UX experts equally. Below I will list what a data grid should not include with hopes it helps you in future debates over one of the most common
Hi, As others did, I also bumped into this mess. I wanted to include a controller view into another view, and have the nested view contain JS which can be used on that view, but r:script and g:include are not best friends. I found a workaround you might find useful as well. I simply add an empty r:script tag on the parent view (the one who is using the include) and that's it, like this: Parent
Hi guys, A small update - I've took the little time I have to update the way the code is presented in my blog. I must say that I should have done this a long time ago... You can see a sample here. Now you will be able to read it easier and use it better. Unfortunately I don't have the time or patience to go over previous posts and modify them so you should only expect it from now on. Cheers
It appears that many startups are consciously choosing to stop supporting IE ,and by that saving loads of cash and man hours for the project. I'm here to support this decision - IE should be banned out the internet community. Whilst other browsers offer the freedom and ingenuity, MSIE seems to be stuck in some kind of a religious conservatism of keeping their user, from both ends, suffering.
Hi there. So yeah, I'm still messing around with ExtJS and still discovering it's quirky ways of making the lives of developers easier (to some extent, lets not get to optimistic now, shall we). Today I want to share with you a nice way for intercepting and then routing AJAX calls from ExtJS. This may come extremely handy when you want to use relative paths within you Model/Store proxies, but
Hi guys, I was in a need for a simple application that displays a nice grid and a chart alongside, both "look" at the same data source with all it means. The technology at hand is ExtJS (4) and I was wondering, being a Flex fan (wait… yeah, ok), how well did Sencha made their charting framework, and their MVC infra. If you don't have the time to read further, I will sum it up for you - they