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Have a Groovy Spring

Spring and Groovy are old friends. While you can use POGOs as Spring beans as though they were POJOs, that’s not the focus of this article. Instead, I’m going to demonstrate one of the capabilities that is unique (more or …

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Web Page File Uploads: History and Future (Part 1 of 3)

The Past HTML forms that support file uploads are a staple of many modern web applications. For those interested in a little World Wide Web history, the form tag first appeared in the never approved standard of HTML 2 (RFC …


Web Components: Angular, Polymer and React

Component-based techniques are emerging as the dominant approach for client-side web development. However, component-based development is not a new concept. Going back to the days of COM, CORBA, and even the server-side components of ASP.NET Web Forms and JavaServer Pages, …


Pyparseltongue: Parsing Text with Pyparsing

Text Parsing Tools Some people, when confronted with a problem, think “I know, I’ll use regular expressions.” Now they have two problems. –Jamie Zawinski, 1997 I don’t actually agree with Mr. Zawinski – I’ve been using regular expressions successfully for …


Inheritance in JavaScript

What I Wish I Had Picked up in Introduction to JavaScript. Pt 4 An earlier article dove into Prototypes. If you don’t recall what they are you should read my Prototypes in JavaScript post before continuing to read this article …


Google’s New Mobile Algorithm: A Mobilegeddon Update for Your SEO Panic Attack

Everyone loves a good action/drama, but it did not really play out that way when Google, after much anticipation, rolled out its new mobile-friendly algorithm on April 21.  The world as we know it did not end and one week …


Kicking AST and Taking Names

Look, I get it. Learning new things is hard, and it’s scary. I know. I teach technical training classes for a living, so I see it all the time. I also am a writer, a speaker, and a software developer, …


Lessons in SEO: Why You Should Have a Mobile-Friendly Website

Google estimates that 50 percent of all Google searches are now done on a mobile device. Surely, that is no surprise to you. Everywhere people are attached to their smartphones – as if surgically fused to their hands – surfing …


A Tale of Two Task Runners – Grunt and Gulp

Part 1: Why Do We Need Task Runners? In Part 1 of this 2-part series, I’ll overview the evolution of front-end web development and discuss how Task Runners like Grunt and Gulp can help streamline your web development workflow. In …


Understanding Transclusion in AngularJS (Part 2 of 2)

Knowing how a tool works, and knowing when to use that tool, are quite often two different things. The ability to apply a concept tends to be harder than learning the concept itself. In the first post on the topic …


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