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The Java Origins of Angular JS: Angular vs JSF vs GWT

A superheroic Javascript framework needs a good origin story. Let’s try to patch it together, while going over the use of Angular JS in the enterprise Java world and the Angular ...
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Server vs Client Side Rendering (AngularJS vs Server Side MVC)

There’s a lot of discussion related to server vs client side application rendering. While there is no “one choice fits all” solution, I’ll try to argue in favor of client side ...
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Single Page Application with Angular.js, Node.js and MongoDB (MongoJS Module)

The current post is a proof of concept towards making a web application with a Javascript based Web Server. This technological stack is popularly known as MEAN Stack. To make this ...
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Java EE 7 and WebSocket API for Java (JSR 356) with AngularJS on WildFly

This blog post describes the Java API for WebSocket Protocol (JSR 356) (which is one of four newest JSRs for the Java EE 7 platform) and provides a concrete application deployed on ...
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Promises and Deferred objects in jQuery and AngularJS

Series of articles about futures/promises without JavaScript would not be complete. Futures (more commonly named promises in JS land) are ubiquitous in JavaScript to the point where ...
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