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Hi, I'm Jurgen Van de Moere—Front-end Architect - specializing in JavaScript & Angular and Developer Expert @Google.

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ui-router, angular, ng-resource, 7 minutes

How to force AngularJS resource resolution with ui-router

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I'm a big fan of AngularUI Router and have used it extensively in several web applications we released with fabulous results. In this article I'll cover how we use ui-router and ngResource to resolve dependencies that are injected in a template controller. If…

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AngularJS, 4 minutes

Why AngularJS makes every single developer a better one

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I was recently asked by a client why I prefer AngularJS as client side JavaScript library in projects I deliver. I thought about it for a while and could have mentioned a million technical reasons, but I replied: Because it kindly stimulates any developer t…

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Mac OS X, 1 minute

How to fix home and end keys on Mac OS X

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As a big fan of the Apple full size keyboard, I was constantly bugged by the fact that the home and end keys were not working properly in many apps. This fix, inspired by this article, enables the keys to work properly everywhere: Open a terminal: $ cd ~/Libra…

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AngularJS, Animate.css, $animate, 6 minutes

How to create cool animations with AngularJS 1.2 and Animate.css

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I recently received an email: Hi Jurgen, Can you please explain how you do the animations on your articles page? Thank u. Robert To be honest it took me quite a bit of time to get it working. I used AngularJS 1.2 on my previous website and had rea…

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git, versioning, semantics, 6 minutes

A simple guide to semantic versioning

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If you're like me and stem from a breed that has been developing way before version control systems like SVN or GIT were born, you probably haven't been paying a lot of attention to versioning your code. However, with modern modular development approaches usi…

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Mac OS X, 1 minute

How to fix slow Time Machine backups

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There are some serieus performance issues when using TimeMachine to backup your Mac over a network. In my case, an initial backup of 60 gigabytes took more than 3 days to complete. Luckily, the problem can easily be fixed in three simple steps: Step 1: Prevent…