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Posts about Javascript


JavaScript  Culture  Vue.js 

Brief Summary of the Vue.js Core Team Sprint and Their Visit at Monterail
Is there anything better than working on one of the most-loved JavaScript framework out there and doing it with eight other smart people in one room? If you’re nerdy enough and you love Vue, the most likely answer is:...
Karolina Gawron

JavaScript  Development  Vue.js 

How to build a reactive engine in JavaScript. Part 2: Computed properties and dependency tracking
Hey! If you have ever worked with Vue.js, Ember or MobX I’m pretty sure you stumbled upon so-called computed properties. They allow you to create functions that can be accessed just like normal values, but once computed...
Damian Dulisz

JavaScript  React  Development 

How to build a reactive engine in JavaScript. Part 1: Observable objects
The reactive way With the growing need for robust and interactive web interfaces, many developers have started embracing the reactive programming paradigm. Before we begin implementing our own reactive engine, let’s...
Damian Dulisz

JavaScript  Culture  Conference 

Front-trends 2015
Front-trends These days, being a front-end developer isn't easy. The time when our work was mostly writing HTML, CSS and some jQuery is long over. Hardly a month passes without a new JavaScript framework, new tools to...
Damian Dulisz

JavaScript  Development  Ruby/Rails 

Karma on Rails
TL;DR We have prepared a sample app with nothing more than the necessary configuration and a single, oversimplified spec file. You can find it on github now or first you can get more details about it below.
Jan Dudulski

JavaScript  Development  Ruby/Rails 

From Monterail with Love #1
A couple of months ago Bartosz described how we use Facebook to improve communication in our team. Actually most of the content on our wall are more or less interesting links from the internet. We quickly noticed a...
Jan Dudulski

JavaScript  jQuery  Ruby/Rails 

How I learnt about jQuery Deferred thanks to Rails
If you are not a regular JS developer but Ruby one or whatever, you probably don't know every feature of JavaScript or jQuery, even if you use them every day. But some of them are worth spending some time to get to know...
Jan Dudulski

JavaScript  Development  Ruby/Rails 

Backbone.js, Rails 3 and asynchronous interfaces
Currently at Monterail we're building a frontend-heavy app. With a lot of cool stuff. Like preloading data for daily views so that you won't have to wait for every surrounding day to load. Many, many interactive...
Bartosz Pietrzak

JavaScript  Development  Ruby/Rails 

Rails 2.2.2, Ajax and respond_to
As I wrote some time ago in the article about Rails, Ajax and jQuery, sometimes there are problems with Rails not interpreting correctly content type headers of ajax requests. It's because not all web browsers send that...
Michał Szajbe

JavaScript  jQuery  Development  Ajax  Ruby/Rails 

Rails, Ajax and jQuery
The more ajaxified application, the more fun it is to use. But it is also more painful do develop. What is written below is my approach to pairing Rails and Ajax. It's a mix of tips I found over the net on blogs and...
Michał Szajbe

JavaScript  PHP  Development 

Ajax login redirection
Users often encounter situations when they want to perform an action on a web site and get redirected to login page. Application’s task is to take care of performing the requested action right after user’s successful...
Michał Szajbe
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