Very Valuable Value Objects!

Value objects are awesome! I love them! If I ever get a chance to use a value object, which is often, I will — every time! And no, I’m not talking about the old school J2EE “Value Object.” I am talking

Posted in JavaScript

Recap and Review

A lot has happened over the last couple of weeks, and there is only more to come! Here’s a recap, in case you missed anything. NoSQL for Front-end There were numerous posts on ku4collections, a NoSQL database for front-end. ku4collections introduce

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I have worked with many teams and developers in various capacities. I have seen a wide spectrum of problems, a wider spectrum of solutions, and an even wider spectrum of proposed solutions, and in these problems and solutions, there are

Posted in Best Practices, Development, Workflow

Developing With HTML5

Developing With HTML5 This is a work in-progress supplemental for an HTML5 class that I have been teaching. The students have found it useful, so maybe you will too! Please, comment on and share this post with others if you enjoy

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JavaScript MVC with ku4webApp

There is no doubt that front-end web has had enormous demands placed on it in recent years. Users expect quick, responsive and powerful front-end web apps that allow them to do things that wouldn’t even be expected from native applications

Posted in JavaScript, ku4js-webApp, ku4webApp

Turn It Up and Turn It OUT!

Sometimes it’s nice to turn off the blogs, the tweets, the emails and IMs. Turn up some some heavy tracks and lay down code “like its my job!” :{)} (Rating warning: Not for the meek. Contains strong language) If you enjoy,

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How To Create Custom iOS Frameworks

Finding a means to create custom iOS frameworks, though not impossible, is not the easiest thing to find on the web. Here is what I did, and the resulting frameworks have been working very well me. To Create the project

Posted in iOS, XCode

A Pithy Post on Power Joins with ku4collections

It’s a fact, you can join collections with ku4collections! If you were unaware of this, you can read more about it in a past article. For those of you that did know this, did you know that there is more than

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Start Playing with ku4collections!

It’s insanely simple to start playing with ku4collections, a NoSQL data store for your font-end code. Complete with query capabilities, including: find, insert, update, remove and even join! Simply: Grab the latest ku4js-data from Github. Open the playground.htm file in your favorite

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More Power for Your ku4collections!

Recently, I posted about the NoSQL front-end storage afforded by ku4js-data. I discussed the awesome power of both storing and querying with this tool. I also shared how to find, insert, remove, update and even join! If you missed it,

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