kotlin node.js seed project

Kotlin Node.js Seed Project This project is an application skeleton for a typical Node.js app written entirely with Kotlin. Node.js app written with Kotlin https://github.com/techprd/kotlin_node_js_seed Full Tutorial coming soon What’s in this project? express.js to run server ejs templating engine for express.js Kotlin Dependencies gradle to compile/transcompile kotlin to js How to Use: Install Node dependencies $ npm install...

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A Few Hidden Treasures in Java 8
Mar19

A Few Hidden Treasures in Java 8

Very good talk on new features in Java 8 and how to use map reduce functional programming style in Java as well as default functions in Java interfaces. Share this:FacebookGoogleLinkedInTumblrTwitterPocketPinterestRedditLike this:Like...

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Angular JS single page application part 3
Nov07

Angular JS single page application part 3

Continuing from part 2 of making a contact list as a Angular JS application, we need to save information in a database, we can use a REST API to store all our contacts. The way angular interacts with REST API and database is though Angular Resource. So first we need to create the REST API on the backend to be consumed by our Angular Resource that uses this backend. We are going to use a MongoDB database to store our data. First we are...

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angular js single page application part 2
May29

angular js single page application part 2

Continuing our project from part 1, before create more features for this Angular application we need to make some application configurations such as routings. Angular routing comes in a separate package, so lets install this first: Bower install angular-route With that install add the new script tag into your main.html file. <link rel="stylesheet" href="lib/bootstrap/dist/css/bootstrap.min.css" /> We need to update the app.js...

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node.js -g installing node modules globally
Jan01

node.js -g installing node modules globally

lately I’ve been ask a lot about node.js -g command and what does it do. It is actually referring to npm -g command which is used to install node.js modules globally, this means that the module is accessible from anywhere in a command line window (CMD) regardless of the current directory we reside in. To install a npm package or node.js module globally we can use the following:   $ npm install -g package-name It is important to...

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