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How I’m (Not) Using jQuery

Let me begin by saying that this is not yet another post about how you don't need jQuery. In case you haven't noticed, that's already been covered. Roughly 8 million times: I don't want anyone to stop using jQuery. Use it. Love it. Be happy to keep on coding with it! However, as I've moved […]

.NET DevChat: Building Responsive Web Apps with ASP.NET MVC and Bootstrap Recap

Bootstrap 4 is great, and it's even greater when used in conjunction with Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC. In this .NET DevChat, we covered the basics of Bootstrap, its NavBar component, the Grid layout system as well as the new and shiny Bootstrap 4 Cards! We dived right in and added all of these to […]

Getting Started with TensorFlow for Machine Learning

These days, a lot of people are pretty excited about Machine Learning (ML). This is interesting, because the field has been around for a really long time. The term ‘Machine Learning’ itself was coined at IBM in 1959, and the field evolved as a subset of Artificial Intelligence. Machine Learning was defined at the time […]

What is This in JavaScript?

As we’ve seen in a previous article, scope is an important concept in JavaScript that can sometimes be confusing to developers. On a similar note, context and the this keyword are as important and – unfortunately – just as confusing. In this article, we’ll cover: What context and this mean in JavaScript; What explicit bindings […]

Building Better Forms With Kendo UI & Angular

We use forms almost everyday for login, sign up, purchases, etc., so the forms we make should be as painless as possible. Kendo UI for Angular is a library of UI components that help you make great forms faster. We're going to create a few forms here to show some options for forms that won't […]

Refactoring Data Grids with C# Extension Methods

Extension methods were added in C# 3.0 and ever since they have been an indispensable part of how I write code. In this post, we'll look where extension methods are used, the details of what makes up an extension method, and how to create them. We'll wrap things up with some refactoring tips you can […]

U Go Hue Go: Controlling Philips Hue Lights with Angular and Kendo UI

While on my Kendo Camper Tour I decided to work on a project using Angular and Kendo UI components to control my Philips Hue lights. I brought along my two Philips Hue Go lights to code out at the campsites where I was staying and two hue white lamp bulbs for inside the camper. For […]

Understanding Scope in JavaScript

Scope is an important, yet ambiguous concept in JavaScript. Used correctly, it allows you to leverage good design patterns and helps you avoid bad side effects. In this article, we will dissect the different types of scope in JavaScript and how they work deep down in order to write better code. The simple definition of […]

Migrating from Cordova to NativeScript

Have you ever seen the depressingly true “time/money/energy” diagram? No? Now you have: Many of us are actively giving up time (being at work) in exchange for money. (I think the energy meter should be half-full, but that’s beside the point ☺️.) We are forced to make compromises to live day-to-day, so why should we […]

How to Launch Android Emulators and iOS Simulators From the Command Line

I use the iOS Simulator and AVDs (Android Virtual Devices) heavily, and was getting frustrated with the need to manually launch the two from Xcode and Android Studio, respectively. So I spent a little time setting up commands that let me launch these tools from my terminal. I named them ios-simulator and android-emulator, and here’s […]