Get picked: Russ Unger’s tips for better conference proposals
Conference proposals seem simple enough: throw your thoughts into a text form on a website, keep them within the suggested word limit, and hit send with high hopes of winning over organizers. But there’s much more to a successful conference proposal than meets the eye, and Russ Unger is here to walk through the steps involved with getting your germ of an idea into a polished state that will impress any committee.
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Great screencast that will help you switch your REST APIs to use JSON Web Tokens
In this tutorial screencast we’ll look at how to implement JSON Web Tokens (JWT’s) by building a simple single page application that leverages this simple form of Token based authentication.
We’ll use Koajs on the server side, Angularjs on the client side and the jsonwebtoken package to show you the basics of JWT’s in just a few minutes of your time.
Read more from the source: knowthen.com
Write a native mobile app using React. It’s fast because React’s view-diffing magic lets you skip the compile step.
James Long gives an in-depth look at his first impressions using React Native, a framework for writing iOS and Android apps in React.
Read more from the source: jlongster.com
Chrome is toying with the idea of “use stricter” to allow significant speed improvements
Restrictions include no sparse arrays, ES6 class instances are sealed, and a few minor restrictions that have not yet been finalized.
Dr. Axel Rauschmayer summarizes:
Read more from the source: 2ality.com
Try this cool effect that uses SVG Gaussian blur, a color matrix and color blend to make two circles join together like drops of liquid
Lucas Bebber is the originator of some of the most creative effects I’ve ever seen on the web. So much so I couldn’t resist
SVG filters have good support, but not all browsers support them being applied to regular DOM elements, notably Safari. However, they do work at least on Firefox and Chrome, even the Android version, and the filter degrades nicely if it doesn’t work. If you absolutely need the effect to work, consider using SVG elements instead of DOM elements.
Read more from the source: CSS-Tricks
I’m using a model parser to allow inputs to accept dollar signs and commas while the model sees Number values
Cameron Spear writes:
Angular has this concept in directives called $parsers and $formatters. It’s mechanism to be able to format data from model to view so that it’s presented in a more human-friendly way to the user, and when they modify it, it can be translated back to a more computer-friendly mode. It leverages the ngModel controller to do this.
$parsers/$formatters are an array of actions that take in input, translate it to either the computer-friendly or human-friendly format respectively and return the translated value.
Read more from the source: Cameron Spear