Development automation met Atomist - Java Magazine
Als ontwikkelaars willen we vooral bezig zijn met het schrijven van toffe code. Helaas zijn we een flink deel van onze tijd kwijt aan allerlei saaie randzaken. In dit artikel neem Michel Schudel daarom het Atomist-platform onder de loep.
Storing lengthy titles in Oracle database
Recently we ran into a bug in our software. We couldn’t store long titles because our database columns are constrained to 180 characters. Until then we hadn’t anticipated on, nor entered titles this long.
To store the records in the database
Sharing Angular modules like a boss
What forRoot and forChild have to do with lazy loading
You just created a beautiful Angular component. Now, being the exemplary developer that you are, you want to share it with others.
In Angular, you achieve this by moving it to a separate
Drag 'n Drop in Angular: Part 1 - The Draggable Directive
The first part of this series starts with the foundation: the draggable directive. This directive has only one responsibility: tracking the dragStart, dragMove and dragEnd events.
To have the ultimate freedom, I recommend to stay away
Drag and drop in Angular (new #tutorial series!): introduction
Remember using jQuery UI's Draggable and Droppableplugins, for building drag and drop features in web applications? Awesome, wasn't it? Now, what if we could implement drag and drop functionality just as easily in Angular projects?
Over the last
Optimize your Angular app using trackBy #tutorial
This blog is part of an Angular instructional / tutorial series, please find the first edition here: Angular structural directives demystified.
Optimize your Angular app using trackBy
When rendering lists using Angulars ngFor directives, objects
Angular structural directives demystified #tutorial
This blog is part of an Angular instructional / tutorial series, please find the second edition here: Optimise your Angular app using trackBy.
Angular structural directives demystified
As Angular developers, we use structural directives
Java 10 in 5 minutes
From Java 9, Oracle will release a new version of Java every 6 months, starting with Java 10, which is to be released on march 20, 2018.
This blog highlights the major language and API changes in Java 10.
Local variable type inference
Smart Express, a hobby project
In the summer of 2015 I started building a web application for a friend who owns a small courier company, named Smart Express.
Smart Express picks up packages at a specified locations and delivers them to other locations. Additional services and