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Hands On With Polymer 1.0

Hands On With Polymer 1.0

Overview On May 29, 2015, the polymer team announced the release of Polymer 1.0.  Since the release of Polymer 0.5 developer preview, the team has rewritten the library from the ground up, with increased performance and better functionality as results. Polymer is one of the first implementations of a user interface library built upon the…

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React-Native-ListView-with-Section-Headers

React Native ListView with Section Headers

Introduction React Native is an exciting framework that enables the developer to easily build native apps using a common web development stack. In a nutshell, you will be able to use the same codebase to build a native iOS and Android* application. You can read more about React Native in our introduction to React Native…

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Web Components Introduction

Web Components Introduction

Web Components Introduction Web Components is a standard that is getting really popular these days, Browser support is getting better and we can use libraries such as Polymer, XTags and Bosonic. In addition, Angular 2 will introduce support for Web Components, Shadow DOM, Templating, etc. It’s important to understand all these concepts in order to…

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Pride, Prejudice and Quality Code

Pride, Prejudice and Quality Code

“Mary wished to say something very sensible, but knew not how.” ― Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice Have you ever been on a project that is simply riddled with problems? We’re not just talking about bugs either but trouble of all kinds – regression errors, performance issues, unnecessarily complex code, !important rules sprinkled with abandon…

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SenchaCon 2015 - Day 1 Recap

SenchaCon 2015 – Day 1 Recap

An eventful first day of SenchaCon 2015 has just wrapped up with a plethora of mesmerizing announcements and demos. Here’s a recap of today’s highlights. Latest Trends in Web Application Development Leading up to the conference there was much anticipation for the keynote and what Sencha was going to unveil. Art Landro, Sencha’s CEO, kicked…

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Angular + React Become ReAngular

Angular + React Become ReAngular

Angular and React developers have revealed this morning that they are planning to merge to create a completely new framework, ReAngular. The feud is finally over! Angular fanboys and React crusaders can now join together into one native-hybrid superpower! The ability to write a native and hybrid app in one fell swoop will cause an…

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React Native Has Landed

React Native Has Landed

Introduction On January 28th, Facebook announced React Native, a bridge to its React JS framework and the two leading mobile operating systems, iOS and Android.  Modus Create has taken the last five weeks to dive into React Native to see what it is and how to leverage it and are happy to learn that it’s…

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Integrating BDD Cucumber Test Suites in Jenkins in 3 Steps

Integrating BDD Cucumber Test Suites in Jenkins in 3 Steps

Behaviour Driven Development improves communication between Developers, Testers and the product owners and over a period of time we end up having a large suite of tests that need to be run very often. To have tests running regularly, it is key that we integrate test suite execution with our CI tool chain. Constantly challenging…

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Managing Debug Output with Google Chrome Console API

Managing Debug Output with Google Chrome Console API

Although everyone has their own preference and style for debugging their web applications, we usually have at least one technique in common. At some point we’re going to write content to the console in the hopes of accurately telling the story of what’s happening in our application. This post will explore how best to exercise…

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Modus Create - Heading to ngConf 2015

Modus Create – Heading to ngConf 2015

On the 5th of March ngConf will once again descend upon Salt Lake City, Utah — and this year Modus Create will be in attendance! Modus Create has long been an avid supporter of the Angular community by helping our clients launch several successful Angular projects, as well as training client staff in how to…

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