AngularJS is one of the hottest things around right now. Maybe you’re finding yourself getting pretty deep in its greatness and you’re ready to customize how exceptions are handled by default.
Lucky for us there is a way to override the default functionality and do whatever we want when an error happens.Read More
Have you ever wanted to highlight text in a string on a web page using AngularJS? If your answer was no, don’t disregard, because you may one day need to. The good thing is this is not very hard to accomplish.
Recently one of my Twitter followers asked me how they might validate password strength using regular expressions (RegEx) in their code.
Regular expressions via Wikipedia:
A sequence of characters that forms a search pattern, mainly for use in pattern matching with strings, or string matching.
RegEx is nice because you can accomplish a whole lot with very little. In this case we are going to check various aspects of a string and see if it meets our requirements, being a strong or medium strength password.Read More
Imgur is a great image service for sharing and viewing images across the internet.Read More
We’re going to better explore the process flow behind Oauth 2.0 to establish a secure connection with a provider of our choice. In this particular example we’ll be using Imgur because I personally think it is a great service.Read More
A Twitter subscriber of mine recently asked me if I knew how to use Prerender with my AngularJS applications to boost SEO when being crawled by search engines. My immediate answer was no, but I offered to help him figure it out and write an article on it.
Prerendering AngularJS web apps is critical for SEO because when web crawlers such as Google crawl a web page, they do not process all the AngularJS source code and curly bracket elements. With prerendering enabled, a web crawler will see the actual value found in curly brackets rather than the variables themselves.Read More