Linty to programy które sprawdzają twój kod pod względem: Czytelności Łatwość utrzymania Błędy funkcjonalne
What’s up, back-end master? Did you finish previous episode with fully working application, with configured database and tested accounts system? I hope so, because now it’s time for the front-end! As you may know from our introduction post, front-end of our application will be mostly based on React. But that’s not all!
For the last 2 years Angular Team at Google, with huge support of the community, has been working on a new Angular framework. It has been completely rewritten with better performance and ready to use even outside the browser. In this article I want to introduce you to the basics of Angular 2+; we will build a small web application using angular-cli tool.
In this post, I’d like to show you how to start sending notifications with Firebase Cloud Messaging from node.js and Typescript. A basic knowledge about push notifications and Firebase might help you in better understanding this article. However, if you aren’t familiar with FCM I recommend checking out my previous post: Introduction to Firebase Cloud Messaging.
Last week I had a pleasure to attend and present the Azure Portal insights at the Visual Studio Live conference in Redmond. Throughout the conference, 5 sessions were being presented simultaneously, and 1 session was being streamed live. My session was chosen to be streamed live, and is now available on channel9!
I suppose there are not so many people who do not know what Node.js is. You may love it, you may hate it, but you cannot deny the fact that more and more enterprises are using it to replace some parts of their system, previously written in Java, Rails or .Net. Node.js runs in a lot of environments – starting from large, multi-core servers, through laptops, then microcomputers like Rasperry Pi, finishing on IoT devices...
Last month I had a pleasure to attend Open Source North conference in Minneapolis, MN. It was a great event with over 500 attendees and speakers from all over across the United States. I had a pleasure to meet a lot of great people, and attend a few interesting talks. I also gave a talk “Open Source and Microsoft and Beyond” where I presented a bunch of Microsoft Open Source projects (ASP.NET Core, TypeScript, Xamarin, F#), gave an insight into Azure ...
Last Saturday I had a pleasure to speak at Seattle Code Camp. It was an amazing event, which was free. There were over 50 talks, 500 attendees, and raffle with many prizes, e.g., Microsoft Surface Pro 3! Check out videos, code, and slides from my talks!
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