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#LifeOfDevs: Front-end Developer Tiety at Schoolmaster

  • By: Jolanda Brandt
  • Posted on: 2017-03-17
  • Category: #lifeofdevs

Curious about what our developers are up to at their projects? In #LifeOfDevs we sate that exact curiosity. This week’s spotlight is for our front-end developer Tiety who has been working up north at Schoolmaster. Where do you work at the moment? “I have been working since December at Schoolmaster. They make Magister, which is […]

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#LifeOfDevs: Visual Designer Ran...

  • By: Jolanda Brandt
  • Posted on: 2017-03-10
  • Category: #lifeofdevs

In this #LifeOfDevs series we get an inside peek into the lives of our developers on project. For our second interview we sat down with our visual designer Randy, who is currently creating beautiful designs for Kennisnet’s “Dashboard Passend Onderwijs”. What does Kennisnet do?  “At Kennisnet, which is subsidised by the Ministry of Education, they create […]

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AngularJS

$apply() and $digest() : how do ...

  • By: Maria Cristina Di Termine
  • Posted on: 2017-03-08
  • Category: AngularJS Front-end

In this post I would like to write a bit about two specific features of AngularJS: $apply() and $digest(). These two aspects of the framework are sometimes confusing but they are also very important to fully understand how AngularJS works. AngularJS is a framework of JavaScript for dynamic web applications and his synchronization between the […]

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#LifeOfDevs: Lead Front-end Deve...

  • By: Jolanda Brandt
  • Posted on: 2017-03-03
  • Category: #lifeofdevs

Always wanted to know what our devs exactly do at their projects? Well, today is your lucky day. In our recurring segment #LifeOfDevs we go have a chat with one of our developers to get the ins and outs of what it is like to work at their project. To kick off our series we […]

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JavaScript

Classical and Prototypical inher...

  • By: Danny Cornelisse
  • Posted on: 2017-02-23
  • Category: JavaScript

The simplest use of inheritance in JavaScript is the ability to create a new object, or instance,  that inherits all properties from another (parent) object. We want to do this because we are lazy, we don’t want to write the same piece of code over and over again. Instead, we want to write the code once, and […]

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UX and UI

Saving favicon or .ico with phot...

  • By: Randy Gootjes
  • Posted on: 2017-02-23
  • Category: HTML(5) UX/UI

Everyone knows the struggle of saving your favicon as .ico, not everyone wants to go to websites where there is a ton of commercials and besides that if you work for a big company you cant just go to a random website to convert your png to .ICO. Using photoshop for creating and saving .ICO […]

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CSS3

3 CSS properties you might not h...

  • By: Kim Massaro
  • Posted on: 2017-01-24
  • Category: CSS(3)

There are many CSS properties that you use on auto-pilot, properties you don’t think about because they are like a second nature in order to get the styling done according to the requirements. However, there are still many properties that you might not have heard off. The main reason of this is probably since they […]

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ES6

Merging Collections: Arrays

  • By: Bastiaan Dressen
  • Posted on: 2017-01-19
  • Category: ES6 JavaScript

What are the options for merging arrays in javascript? Javascript is a really flexible language and it has a lot of built-in functionality for working with collections like arrays and objects. However, for merging arrays it doesn’t have that many options. Actually without moving into workarounds (eg. like iterating over arrays and filling another array […]

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JavaScript

JavaScript basics: Hoisting, par...

  • By: Tiety Kooistra
  • Posted on: 2017-01-19
  • Category: JavaScript

Recap hoisting with variables In JavaScript basics: Hoisting, part one => variables I discussed JavaScript’s hoisting behavior with variables. Now I will continue with setting out the consequences of hoisting for functions. To get a good start, a small recap. The hoisting definition as stated in part one. function and variable declarations are hoisted/moved to the top of the […]

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