On Wednesday Feb 11, the evening before microxchg – the micro services conference, Hypoport is hosting the microservices meetup Berlin with talks from two of the conference speakers. Richard Roger will talk about Seneca Node JS μServices Framework Peter Rossbach will talk about Docker Orchestration Please register on microservices meetup Berlin. See you there, Leif
I recently built a custom directive that needed to call a function in its parent scope and pass some interal variables back as arguments. To be more specific: an editable label – a simple text that turns into an input field when it’s clicked and turns back into plain text, when the focus leaves the input field. On top of that, I needed it to invoke a callback function, if – and only if – the value of the input field has actually been changed.
Written by Andreas Marek (@andimarek). We (the team I work in) are developing an AngularJS application for the last several months. Most of our customers are still using IE 8, so we need to support that browser. Our app is using AngularJS 1.1.5 and jQuery 1.x. A few weeks ago it was time to make our app work in IE 8. A good starting point is the official Angular IE guide.
Im Rahmen der Entwicklung eines unserer Frontends verwenden wir node.js. Node.js erlaubt Paketmanagement mit Hilfe des Node Package Managers (NPM), der ähnlich wie Maven eine global verfügbare Registry verwendet. Einrichten einer lokalen NPM-Registry Die NPM-Registry wird auf einem nicht immer stabil erreichbarem Host bereitgestellt. Um die Latenz beim Abruf der aktuellen Paketinformationen zu vermeiden und um Downtimes möglichst gut kompensieren zu können, kann man einen Mirror der NPM-Registry im lokalen Netz bereitstellen.