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Just Enough Angular for Designers

I recently gave a talk at ngVegas 2015 called Turn Your Designers Into Deathstars with Angular where I make the case that we need to make designers first class citizens in AngularJS. UPDATE: A huge shoutout to my designer buddy Jordan Stoddard for hand drawing all of the sweet graphics for this post! A major Read More

ngVegas 2015: Turn Your Designers Into Deathstars with Angular

I wanted to share my talk Turn Your Designers Into Deathstars with Angular from ngVegas 2015. Making designers first class citizens in Angular is something I am particularly passionate about and thrilled that the Angular team is equally committed to this goal as well. I have created a series of exercises that I believe are Read More

Easy Zip Parsing with JSZip and Angular

I recently had a client approach me about an interesting problem for which they needed a solution where their customers could drop a zip file onto the browser, unzip the file and parse an XML manifest. They wanted to know if it was possible to do this all in the browser without having to send Read More

ngConf 2015: Badges? We don’t need no stinkin’ badges!

One of the highlights of my career was introducing my good friend Geoff Goodman to the AngularJS community. Geoff has been a huge inspiration to me over the last couple years and made me realize that we do not need external validation (badges) to produce awesome things. The story of how he created Plunker is Read More

ngConf 2015: ngAnimate Crash Course

I recently had the privilege of doing four animation workshops at ngConf 2015 and I wanted to post my slides and exercises for everyone to use. The format was an ngAnimate crash course for the attendees who had never used the module and then three progressively harder challenges. My goal was to give the attendees Read More

Ionic ProTips for the Awesome and Lazy Developer

I recently had the privilege of giving a presentation for Ionic at Hack-a-ton SF. My goal was to show the attendees how to get up and running and start building mobile apps in as short an amount of time as possible. I asked Max Lynch, Adam Bradley and Andrew Joslin to share some of their Read More

Winning with HTTP Interceptors in AngularJS

Super Bowl XLIX is just around the corner. And in my case, Super Bowl XLIX is literally just around the corner. I happen to live just a few miles from the stadium and you cannot help but get caught up into the hysteria that surrounds such an epic sporting event. Coincidentally, I recently had to Read More

On Momentum, Career and Making a Difference

The offer letter had been sitting on my kitchen table all weekend. The contents of it were entirely surreal and for some reason I just wasn't ready to sign it. I wanted to but I wasn't able to articulate why I wanted to sign it and it made me nervous. During my time of introspection Read More

Build an AngularJS Wizard Redux

My original intention was to revisit and update the ng-animate First Look with AngularJS Wizard post; but by the time I was finished, I had an almost entirely different project on my hands. Since the original post, the ngAnimate API has pretty much entirely changed. Also, the new "controller as" syntax (which I have learned Read More

Useful Things with Kendo UI Core Slider and AngularJS

I have had a few questions about my use of the Kendo slider in Viewnicorn, so I just wanted to take a quick minute and show how easy it is to use it in your application. I am using Kendo UI Core which is a totally free and open-source version of Kendo UI that comes Read More