Welcome back to series of blog posts about architectural patterns for frontent web applications. The code examples are written in Angular 4 but the logic is applicable in plain javascript or any modern javascript framework. If you are new with this topic, check previously published posts: High level project architecture Detailed project architecture (current chapter) Additional application […]

@Bura

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These series of articles have arisen after months of research and work on Angular 2 projects. It’s based on experience and observations while trying to create a project architecture which will be sustainable and what’s more important it represents a set of guidelines to keep the project organized and maintainable. The goal is to divide […]

@Bura

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DUMP is a non profit student association from Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture in Split. While they are a student organization by name, they are everything but just that. With real projects, student IT competitions, developer academies for students, their great internship program and other activities they have made a great […]

@Ivan

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We’ve been using Web Hooks lately to try the new Microsoft ASP.NET Web Hooks implementation in action through Visual Studio. The problem with testing and debugging such a solution is that it expects a URL to connect to, and while in production or on test location it’s not a problem, testing and debugging it on […]

@Vladan

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For long time now we believe that hybrid mobile applications are a very feasible and cost-effective approach to build business mobile solutions. In that sense we have seen technologies emerge and churn to a point that it makes sense to say we have a stable hybrid mobile development environment. With the creation of PhoneGap, which […]

@Bura

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I’m loving Umbraco so much that I started using it beyond his CMS capabilities. Lately, after trying several mockup and wireframing tools, I finally settled with… Umbraco! We’re mostly using Twitter Bootstrap for our web apps, and those two in combination make an excellent wireframing tool. It is really simple to set it up, I […]

@Mirko

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As NT conference has passed, and I’m back in Split, it’s time to write a few words and put up the materials. First of all, I would like to thank the organisers, Microsoft Slovenia and Bojan and Martin who have invited me to speak on the conference. As I love speaking about all ASP.NET things, […]

@Vladan

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So, tomorrow I’m travelling to Ljubljana to speak on the NT conference on Thursday. As this is one of my favorite presentations to give, I’m really looking forward to speaking about Web Api 2 new ideas, tips and tricks.  If you are near, come by, we can have a coffee and talk all things tech […]

@Vladan

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We have been working on an interesting project lately and as usual, with every new project there is some new Umbraco implementation trick we learn. That is the power of Umbraco and what I love about it, you can do almost anything, it is the most flexible system I ever used. In this particular case, […]

@Mirko

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I have deliberately used “and” in the title to avoid “Umbraco vs DotnetNuke”. This is not technical comparison between the two nor overview of either one of those CMSes. It’s simply a short story why we started using Umbraco, in parallel to DNN, after many years of DNN development. Being of technical background but economics and management […]

@Mirko

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As a company that builds web portals and corporate sites we noticed a spam problem with web forms. Our clients complained about spam coming through their contact forms (or they receive blank forms) and requested that we solves it. Why CAPTCHA is not the solution? Captcha is not always a good option. Visitors hate to […]

@Ivan

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Introduction to law: There has been a lot of talks about EU Cookie legislation on websites. Everybody that does websites probably got at least few call from clients with questions and requests to make their websites comply. Cookie legislation also changed in the meantime which confused some. In short, what we have been getting from […]

@Mirko

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It took me some time from part 2 to part 3 and that is because part 3 was Sencha Touch (http://www.sencha.com/products/touch/). This baby is far from JQuery Mobile… completely opposite side of the mobile frameworks spectrum. JQM was a markup-driven framework and you deal with a lot of HTML5, in Sencha Touch index.html had only […]

@Mirko

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Following on previous post Mobile devices development using HTML5/JS – part 1 , after my initial discovery of PhoneGap and HTML5 mobile frameworks it was time to try out the first one. Since we’ve been using JQuery for long time on our web apps and web sites, it was a logical candidate to start with. […]

@Mirko

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I have always avoided development for mobile phones. There are too many platforms and programming in Java is not something I want to learn. But last week @istrigo pointed me to PhoneGap (www.phonegap.com) and that changed everything (a bit late for myself I must admit!). PhoneGap enables you to develop HTML5/JS apps the same way […]

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