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A Guide to Rails Engines in the Wild: Real World Examples of Rails Engines in Action

by Joe James

Why are Rails Engines not used more often? I don't know the answer, but I do think that the generalization of "Everything is an Engine" has hidden the problem domains that they can help to solve.

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AngularJS Tutorial: Demystifying Custom Directives

by Eric W. Greene

One of the most capable, extensible and popular front-end frameworks is AngularJS, and one of the most useful components of the AngularJS framework is something called a directive. In this article, the four functions that execute as a directive is created and applied to the DOM will be explored.

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The 5 Most Common Mistakes HTML5 Developers Make: A Beginner’s Guide

by Demir Selmanovic

It's been over 20 years since Tim Berners-Lee and Robert Cailliau specified HTML, which became the standard markup language used to build the Internet. HTML5 was supposed to finally solve our problems and become "one standard to rule them all (browsers)". This was probably one of the most anticipated technologies since creation of the World Wide Web.

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The 10 Most Common Mistakes Web Developers Make: A Tutorial for Developers

by Demir Selmanovic

Today we have thousands of digital and printed resources that provide step-by-step instructions about developing all kinds of different web applications. Development environments are "smart" enough to catch and fix many mistakes that early developers battled with regularly. There are even many different development platforms that easily turn simple static HTML pages into highly interactive applications. All of these development patterns, practices, and platforms share common ground, and they are all prone to similar mistakes caused by the very nature of web applications.

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Introducing Hoodie: Full Stack Development for Front-End Developers

by Alvaro Oliveira

Hoodie is a progressive new library for front-end developers that adopts some remarkable new philosophies. Hoodie puts the control over app design completely in the hands of the front-end developers and user-experience experts, and frees users from the bonds of un-interruptible connectivity.

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Buggy JavaScript Code: The 10 Most Common Mistakes JavaScript Developers Make

by Ryan J. Peterson

At first blush, JavaScript may seem quite simple. Yet the language is significantly more nuanced, powerful, and complex than one would initially be lead to believe. Many of JavaScript's subtleties lead to a number of common mistakes -- 10 of which we discuss here -- that are important to be aware of and avoid in one's quest to become a master JavaScript developer.

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Ember Data: A Comprehensive Tutorial for the ember-data Library

by Pooyan Khosravy

Ember Data is a library for robustly managing model data in Ember.js applications. Ember Data provides a more flexible and streamlined development workflow, minimizing code churn in response to what would otherwise be high impact changes. This thorough guide introduces Ember Data's key constructs and paradigms, demonstrating the value it can provide to you as a developer.

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The Many Interpreters and Runtimes of the Ruby Programming Language

by Ryan Wilcox

Which Ruby implementation is right for your project? While the reference implementation (Ruby MRI) remains the interpreter of choice, an alternate Ruby implementation may be right for your project, depending on your operational goals and constraints. This article showcases the Ruby interpreter implementations and runtimes available today, discussing the advantages and disadvantages of each.

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