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Prototype and adapt with the MEAN stack

By Valeri Karpov
February 25, 2014

Web development may seem like a bustling space where everything changes every 5 minutes, but, in reality, the fundamental high-level concepts of building a web application haven’t changed much since the introduction of Ajax. The libraries and concepts, like the …

Prototype and adapt with the MEAN stack

By Valeri Karpov
February 25, 2014

Web development may seem like a bustling space where everything changes every 5 minutes, but, in reality, the fundamental high-level concepts of building a web application haven’t changed much since the introduction of Ajax. The libraries and concepts, like the …

Radar podcast: anthropology, big data, and the importance of context

By Jon Bruner
June 5, 2013

Jim Stogdill, Roger Magoulas and I enjoyed a widely discursive discussion last week, available as a podcast above. Roger, fresh from our Fluent conference on JavaScript, opens by talking about the emergence of JS as a heavyweight computing tool and …

The Fluent Online Conference Preview

By Simon St. Laurent
April 12, 2013

As JavaScript and the Web connect more and more technologies, conversations grow broader and broader. While the Fluent conference is large enough to cover a broad range, we created a sampler of topics for the two-hour online conference I hosted …

Templates Offer Rails New Path to Ubiquity

By Simon St. Laurent
December 16, 2008

Rails application templates, just added in Edge Rails, offer Rails developers the chance to spread their wings and bring Rails to new audiences and new capabilities - and might even help Rails lead the next generation of frameworks.


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