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Web Development Trends: Mobile First, Data-Oriented Development, and Single Page Applications by dwahlin

I recently had the opportunity to give a keynote talk at an Intel conference about key trends in the world of Web development that I feel teams should be taking into account with projects. It was a lot of fun and I had the opportunity to talk with a lot...

The JavaScript and HTML5 Magazine – What's New this Week? by dwahlin

  Click to View Here’s what’s new in the world of JavaScript and HTML5. Check out the Flipboard magazine above for a magazine-style reading format that’s available in the browser as well as on mobile and tablet devices.   JavaScript and HTML5...

The JavaScript Cheese is Moving: Data-Oriented vs. Control-Oriented Programming by dwahlin

Update: 8/5/2013 In a previous post I listed several of the JavaScript data binding frameworks that are available and talked about why they’re essential as applications move more and more functionality to the client. Data binding is a key aspect of client...

JavaScript Data Binding with AngularJS Part II – Binding a View to a Controller/ViewModel by dwahlin

Related Posts: JavaScript Data Binding Frameworks The JavaScript Cheese is Moving: Data-Oriented vs. Control-Oriented Programming JavaScript Data Binding with AngularJS Part I – Getting Started   In my previous post I showed how the AngularJS framework...

JavaScript Data Binding with AngularJS Part I – Getting Started by dwahlin

Related Posts: JavaScript Data Binding Frameworks The JavaScript Cheese is Moving: Data-Oriented vs. Control-Oriented Programming In a previous post I talked about where I see things moving when it comes to the world of client-side JavaScript development...

Getting Started with CSS Media Queries by dwahlin

If you've ever printed a page and noticed that it looks different than the actual page displayed in the browser you've more than likely witnessed a CSS media type in action. By using CSS media types such as "print", backgrounds, navigation bars...

Testing Mobile Websites with Adobe Shadow by dwahlin

It’s no surprise that mobile development is all the rage these days. With all of the new mobile devices being released nearly every day the ability for developers to deliver mobile solutions is more important than ever. Nearly every developer or company...
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