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AngularJS

Cheatsheet for Angular-translate

  • By: Tiety Kooistra
  • Posted on: 2017-04-24
  • Category: AngularJS Front-end

I recently needed to make an angular web-app multilingual using angular-translate and the i18n standards. Till that point all texts were hardcoded in the codebase wherever they were needed. The first step was to replace all the text snippets with variables. Most of the texts that needed translations lived in the view of the application. The […]

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Create splash screen for React N...

  • By: Raymon
  • Posted on: 2017-04-19
  • Category: ReactJS

If you are working on a cool React Native app, I guess you want to make to look-and-feel completely to your own design. Well, the splash screen is the first thing a user see. The first look must be the best! So let’s create a splash screen for your React Native in Xcode, so your […]

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#LifeOfDevs: Front-end developer...

  • By: Jolanda Brandt
  • Posted on: 2017-04-11
  • Category: #lifeofdevs

We have returned, after a short break, with a brand new #LifeOfDevs interview to show you the wonderful world of our developers. This week we are catching up with our passionate front-end Developer Ian at his project at Nuon. What are you currently working on? “At the moment I am working on dynamic sales forms […]

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React Native on iOS: HTTP Networ...

  • By: Raymon
  • Posted on: 2017-04-06
  • Category: ReactJS

By default iOS isn’t supporting HTTP requests, only HTTPS requests are allowed. But what if you have an API that only works with HTTP, you can easily change the setting’s to support HTTP requests. When I first tried to do a request to an HTTP address it gave me the error “Network Request Failed”. I […]

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UX and UI

How to make your images Retina r...

  • By: Randy Gootjes
  • Posted on: 2017-04-06
  • Category: UX/UI

Ever thought about retina ready images? Some companies didn’t! Apple releases more widespread displays (retina) then you thought! We now have Retina capable iPhones, iPods and Macbooks in all different sizes, And together this is a huge audience. So how to make graphics retina ready? So your images still look sharp on those screens? Now […]

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JavaScript

Dealing with NaN

  • By: Carina Syemyerdzhyan
  • Posted on: 2017-03-29
  • Category: JavaScript

Dealing with the NaN value can be cunning in JavaScript. It behaves like a number and not a number at the same time. This value is produced whenever the result of arithmetical operation is undefined or unrepresentable value. E.g. when you divide 0 by o or if you try to convert string to Number. console.log(0/0); // […]

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ES6

Convert a callback to a promise

  • By: Carina Syemyerdzhyan
  • Posted on: 2017-03-29
  • Category: ES6 Front-end JavaScript

Consider we have a callback function presented below and we’d like to convert it to a promise. let wait = (delay, cb) => { console.log(‘waiting…’); setTimeout(() => { console.log(‘done waiting’); cb(null, ‘Finished waiting’); }, delay); }; let start = () => { console.log(‘Calling wait function’); wait(1000, end); }; let end = () => { console.log(‘Finished […]

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ES6

Oneliner set operations for Arra...

  • By: Bastiaan Dressen
  • Posted on: 2017-03-29
  • Category: ES6 JavaScript

Part I – Arrays In the light of working with collections, you’ll often find yourself trying to merge, intersect, or find the difference between one or more datasets, ie. collections. Let’s take a look how to do this with Arrays, the first in the series. Please also check out the other post to which we […]

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ES6

Oneliner set operations for Sets

  • By: Bastiaan Dressen
  • Posted on: 2017-03-29
  • Category: ES6 JavaScript

Part II – Sets In the light of working with collections, you’ll often find yourself trying to merge, intersect, or find the difference between one or more datasets, ie. collections. Let’s take a look how to do this with Sets, the second in the series. Please also check out the other post to which we […]

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