Migrating from AngularJS to React

Most organizations with a web application will inevitably need to make a decision regarding their current front-end framework.  I’ve personally been involved with two projects that have come to this crossroads. One of the two applications was written in AngularJS, the other in Backbone.js. In both cases, the organization decided that the best course of […]

Grio and Angular 2: Are They Ready for Each Other?

At Grio, we love Angular.  By my estimation we currently use it for at least half of our front-end web application code.  And I in particular have affection for it, so I greeted the recent release of Angular2 with some interest and trepidation. The release was just an event, though. The framework had already been […]

Meteor

For the past year, I’ve been working mainly with AngularJS and before that Ruby on Rails. I’ve never heard of Meteor until a few weeks ago. I am intrigued by the idea of tightly connecting the client and server together in a synergistic manner that allows for fast responsiveness, which is what Meteor is all […]

Frontend Resolutions for 2015

It is a new year and I can exploit that to write a post proclaiming how something ought to be done in 2015. We can use the new year to discard last year’s practices and mistakes as “the old way” and start fresh from lessons that we’ve learned. The interesting (and also most frustrating) part about […]

Server-side pagination with AngularJS

AngularJS is one of the most used Javascript frameworks nowadays. A characteristic of this framework is the possibility of binding input or output parts of an HTML page to a model represented by standard JavaScript variables. Looping through arrays and collections is made easy by the ngRepeat directive. This directive becomes handy when dealing with […]

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