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Get Your Angular 2 On: Upgrading from 1.5

by Ethan James

"So much of what’s new and exciting about Angular 2 is its new way of thinking rather than its new architecture," says Toptal Freelance Developer Ethan James. In this article, Ethan walks through the inner workings of a simple Angular 1.5 app and then shows us how to upgrade it to Angular 2 while giving us the necessary understanding to truly appreciate it.

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How to Create a Simple Python WebSocket Server Using Tornado

by Jongwook Kim

The threaded model and global interpreter lock has always been in the way of Python handling thousands of concurrent long-lived connections. Modern web frameworks, such as Tornado, use non-blocking network I/O to make Python feasible for implementing WebSocket servers. In this article, Toptal engineer Jongwook Kim walks us through the process of implementing a simple WebSocket-based web application in Python using the Tornado web framework.

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Integrating Facebook Login in AngularJS App with Satellizer

by Son Nguyen Kim

Integrating social network login in web applications directly using their SDKs can be a time consuming task. The fact that these SDKs keep changing every now and then doesn't help either. In this article, Toptal engineer Son Nguyen Kim provides us with an in-depth tutorial on how to use Satellizer, a feature-rich AngularJS library to integrate Facebook Login in an AngularJS web app.

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Build Ultra-Modern Web Apps with Angular Material

by Matt Spaulding

Material Design uses a paper metaphor, bold intentions, and meaningful motion to give user interfaces an ultra-modern feel. Web applications built using AngularJS can now easily adopt these design principles using Angular Material, a reference implementation of Google's Material Design Specification. In this article, Toptal engineer Matt Spaulding walks us through the principles of Material Design and showcases some modern user interface elements built using the Angular Material library.

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Why I Switched from AngularJS to React

by Kumar Sanket

This article provides the overview of pain points caused by AngularJS and reasons for switching to React.

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Building Modern Web Applications with AngularJS and Play Framework

by Denys Sinyakov

Building robust web applications is often a lot about choosing the right tools. Doing so with a combination of tools that ensure both a modern, flexible front-end, and a solid, reliable back-end is something everybody wants. This article demonstrates exactly that trick by combining AngularJS and Play Framework to build a simple blog application.

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Top 18 Most Common Mistakes that AngularJS Developers Make

by Michal Mikolajczyk

AngularJS is a very powerful framework. It is the third most starred repository on GitHub. It is not difficult to start using, but the goals that it is intended to accomplish demand comprehension. No longer can we ignore memory consumption, because it will not reset on navigation anymore. This is the vanguard of web development. Let’s embrace it!

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JSON Web Token Tutorial: An Example in Laravel and AngularJS

by Tino Tkalec

Authentication is one of the most important parts of any web application. For decades, cookies and server-based authentication was the easiest solution. However, handling authentication in modern Mobile and Single Page Applications can be tricky and demand a better approach. One of the best known solutions to authentication problems for APIs is the JSON Web Token (JWT).

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Making an HTML5 Canvas Based Game: A Tutorial Using AngularJS and CreateJS

by Avinash Kaza

There are many programming platforms used to develop games, and there are a plethora of devices to play them on, but when it comes to playing games in a web browser, Flash-based development still leads the way. What if we could port these games to HTML5 Canvas technology and play them on mobile browsers as well? In this article, Toptal engineer Avinash Kaza gave a solution to this.

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