On a Cloud: Angular & OSS

Jef King
Jef King

Angular.JS Lately for all of my POC code I have been using Angular.JS to remove the need for writing a backend. It has been brilliant. I wanted to explore and share with you what I have been doing and why. I have found that it saved me huge amounts of time, enabling me to prove…

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Future of JavaScript & ECMAScript 6 (ES2015) Subclassable Built-ins & New Containers

Technical Evangelist
Technical Evangelist

This tutorial series will take a look at the future of JavaScript. It will take an in-depth look at ECMAScript 6 (ECMAScript 2015), the latest version of the standard for JavaScript. Throughout the series, you will learn about new language features and what you can build with them. You are expected to have an understanding…

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Future of JavaScript – ECMAScript 6 (ES2015) Classes

This tutorial series will take a look at the future of JavaScript. It will take an in-depth look at ECMAScript 6 (ECMAScript 2015), the latest version of the standard for JavaScript. Throughout the series, you will learn about new language features and what you can build with them. You are expected to have an understanding…

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How to Incorporate Application Insights into a JavaScript Web App

Have you ever wondered why your site is painstakingly slow? Of course you have. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could see why exactly it’s being sluggish with the glance of an eye? Using Application Insights, you can diagnose where your site is hanging. Additionally, you can track custom user events on your page. You…

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How to Steal the Microsoft API Prize at Hack the North

It’s dangerous to go alone, take this all-in-one guide to winning our hackathon API prize! Follow and reach out to Mansib (@gaessaki) on Twitter for more insights on how students are taking over the world, how the cloud is taking over the universe and to learn about Azure powered toaster drones. If you have any…

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Future of JavaScript – ECMAScript 6 (ES2015) Block Scoping

This tutorial series will take a look at the future of JavaScript. It will take an in-depth look at ECMAScript 6 (ECMAScript 2015), the latest version of the standard for JavaScript. Throughout the series, you will learn about new language features and what you can build with them. You are expected to have an understanding…

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On a Cloud: CDN & Queue Sharding

Content Delivery Network (CDN) I run through at a high level what a CDN is and how it enables lower latency for your clients. Then I share with you what has worked for me when using a CDN to deliver low latency web sites. Also using a CDN can actually enable a more cost effective…

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On a Cloud: Queues

In my first two videos I have presented a couple quick overviews of Queues and a very typical queuing pattern. Both videos tackle queuing from a generic perspective and you can apply these to almost any queuing technology available today.   Basic Overview I posted a quick video on when and how you use queues….

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Future of JavaScript – A Look at ECMAScript 6

This tutorial series will take a look at the future of JavaScript. It will take an in-depth look at ECMAScript 6 (ECMAScript 2015), the latest version of the standard for JavaScript. Throughout the series, you will learn about new language features and what you can build with them. You are expected to have an understanding…

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