Dreaming of being a technical manager Many people when beginning their adventure with programming, do share a vision of becoming a manager in the future. Some of them more technical, than the others. Of course there are also those who do not even consider it. Code is their life – respect. I always belonged to the first ones. I’ve never really wanted to abandon the programming forever. Manager but technical! You could see that with the eyes of your mind, THAT guy, THE master, sitting there and dealing ...
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Today quickly about two topics I had to resolve recently.Bypassing Angular Sanitizer First one is about Angular Sanitizer, or maybe DomSanitizer that is actually the class implementing the Sanitizer interface. The purpose is quite clear, it is inspecting the content of a given value and prevents from unsafe content. I have recently tested the oEmbed content for one of the vimeo videos (you can check what oEmbed is, in this post of mine) and I decided to bind a div innerHtml to some string representati...
My application for the competition Daj się poznać 2017 will be using a Web API on the server side, to feed the Angular client app with the data. Today, I want to discuss one very simple, but also very important topic for the APIs accessed over HTTP.HTTP Status Codes The reason we will build Web API, is to have a fully standardized service, which will be able to query our database and provide the resources to the customer. Whoever we call a customer. In our case, it will be an Angular app, living in the...
Legacy Code is legacy code as soon as it’s written I know you have seen this ugly, scary code, during one of the bugfixing sessions, or when adding some features to the existing codebase. Everyone did. I know sometimes it feels like the class, or method has been written ages ago and what is worse: apparently it is working fine, for now. We don’t like those names for variables, we see that repetitions in code, we could even swear, that this code could be much shorter and cleaner. But who would touch ...
Imagine that you have a service, which receives requests to execute specific methods, possibly from a number of different underlying libraries that you don’t want to expose directly. Possible examples are web services. The request comes in as a number of string values (method name, parameters etc.) and you need to respond with results. So you have inherited a project with API that starts with a method: object Invoke(string methodName, object parameters); You now have to call variety o...
Ok, so this is my last blog post in the scope of Daj się poznać contest. I wanted to share some thoughts on how did it went. What I can easily say about the period from late February till today is that I have learned a lot more than I expected, whereas I produced a lot less code than I thought I will. This brings some very interesting conclusions if it goes about summary report.Predictions One of the easiest conclusions I had is that while working on a regular project after work is possible, it is not ...
Authentication The topic looks obviously obvious and generally speaking standard user doesn’t care much about the details. He wants to register, login, and make sure that his password is safe. The more you read and learn, the more sophisticated requirements you have for protection, state management on the server and client side, the more things are getting complicated. The problem with authentication is basically about: how does one prove that he is the guy that he’s pretending to be? In the world of w...
oEmbed This is definitely something you should be aware of. oEmbed allows you to embed easily content from different sources/providers into your website. It’s an open standard for embedding content. Following the official website: oEmbed is a format for allowing an embedded representation of a URL on third party sites. The simple API allows a website to display embedded content (such as photos or videos) when a user posts a link to that resource, without having to parse the resource directly. So, let’...
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