Thinking in Angular 4: Templates

To understand Angular 4, after the “Hero” tutorial you should start from the Template syntax.  We highlighted some statement in red below: Data direction Syntax Type One-way from data source to view target {{expression}} [target]=”expression” bind-target=”expression” Interpolation Property Attribute Class Style One-way from view target to data source (target)=”statement” on-target=”statement” Event Two-way [(target)]=”expression” bindon-target=”expression” Two-way …

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OOP is the your new legacy

Today I took a light rail with my son, to bring him to school. That tram is 90 years old. It has been maintained for 90 years. Milan city sold some of them to San Francisco too.

Finding the good one: mithril

I have just read this insightful statement on this blog article about congitive load in Javascript jQuery is undoubtedly useful when dealing with browser quirks, but once an application grows over a few thousand lines of code, unstructured jQuery code simply becomes too difficult to maintain, and you start needing the discipline of a framework …

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Tool Command Language: il papa’ di Java

E’ notizia fresca di stampa il rilascio di Tcl 8.6, che introduce parecchie novità a dispetto del fatto che sia una “minor” release.   In particolatre Tcl 8.6 introduce un motore “stackless”, integra nel linguaggio le estensioni OOP, ed aggiunge le coroutine. Parliamo quindi diffusamente di Tcl, un linuaggio che ho sempre trascurato perché mi sembrava …

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JavaScript Wars: Xtend

And so Java, the old old King is still alive. After Scala, Clojure, NodeJS, and Dart, a new hero is knocking to its castle: Eclipse Xtend Will he succeed? Hard to Say, but Xtend is very similar to CoffeScript: Xtend simplifies writing Java code, but it doesn’t aim take the grab the crown with a night ambush …

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JavaScript War: Prologue

Be strong young Jedi. This war will begin shortly. You can try to keep you jdk under your pillow, but the html5 will hit you in the middle of the night. And a knife in the dark will rise from shadow: JavaScript