A while ago, I had to write a polling service in AngularJS. For this service, there were three main requirements:
- poll the backend every x ms until the expected result has been attained
- the service has to timeout after a set period of time
- one should be able to stop the polling
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Last week I attended the 2013 edition of what is likely the best Java conference around: Devoxx. This year I decided to put a small recap of the week on my blog. Continue reading “Devoxx 2013 recap”
Last year I’ve written a few lines about aggregating feeds with SimplePlie. SimplePie is a nice PHP library but the version I used broke when my hosting provider decided to upgrade the servers to a new PHP version. Although a new version was quickly installed, I found the broken pages to be the perfect motivation to finally do some coding with AngularJS.So after having attended a few workshops about AngularJS, and having read the excellent book by Brad Green and Shyam Seshadri, I finally got around to do some actual work with the framework.
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Yesterday evening I attended the first session of a two-part workshop about AngularJS. The session was organized by InfoSupport as part of the so-called University Sessions for members of the Dutch Java user group NLJUG.
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