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EF 7 to be a major release

Semantic versioning joke aside. EF 7 looks like its set to be the same framework most people love to work with. With a new polish in...

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This is Paranoia, whats another clone?

Do we need another Paranoia rpg? Probably not but what's the harm. It gets new people interested in the game and after all Mongoose is...

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Beginners guide to routing

A nice explanation of how routing works in nodejs Express. The author is making it out to be harder than it actually is but he explains...

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Panels from VirtuaCon

For those that don't know what VirtuaCon is, it's a virtual conference dedicated to rpgs across the world. It has a number of panels from

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2 years of TypeScript

A nice in depth look into TypeScript and how it can be help a project.

Like he says in the article, people coming from a frontend...

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EDMX to be removed in EF7

Entity framework 7 is planning on removing .edmx files from the next iteration. The migration over will probably be tough for people...

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Google will soon indicate to users whether your site is mobile-friendly or not

With yesterday's news that Google is currently testing an icon indicating that a website is not mobile-friendly, it feels as though it...

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Making a internet TV

A step guide to turning a normal tv into an internet one with the help from a RaspberryPi and nodejs.

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Saving using jQuery's extend() method

One of the things that always bothered me about the original CivClicker was that the save and load methods were huge. I had to...

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Google maps with ASP.Net MVC

A nice solution for creating a single page website that uses google maps to search for countries. Its very in depth and shows each part...

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JavaScript module patterns

A list with examples of different module design patterns as well as a few frameworks that are useful.

Personally I like the...

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From zero to computer hero

When you work with something constantly things start to become natural and it can be hard to understand why people can't fathom the...

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Dressing up fonts

A nice little test to show how easily to read a font is.

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Location-based Pokémon with Node.js

Nice look into how to use some open source map resources to make a Pokemon game. The information available for public use is quite...

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There can be only one! JavaScript kombat!

Using JavaScript to master AI in a tactics style arena.

Each day individuals are picked and their AI is battled against each other...

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Streaming video from WebApi

Using web api service to return a streaming video.

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40k universe as we know it

The full 40k universe as a 3d model with information on each planet. Would be brilliant for a Rogue Trader game to show the distance...

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Alt equals empty

I think everyone knows why the alt attribute is used but I didn't know that a screen reader would just say nothing if you leave it...

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All in one, MVC 6

Some nice little additions to mvc 6 but the main attraction that mvc and web api have now merged. I don't think anyone is amazed by...

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Introduction to AngularJS by Dan Wahlin

I've been recently added to a NodeJS project and while digging through the documentation, I was referenced to this blog post, which...

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Nothing's more horrifying than Jenga

Nothing gives someone more dread than a Jenga tower with a spire balancing on one block and thats why this rpg lends itself so well to...

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Distributing nodejs solution

A nice abstract look at a way to scale a nodejs app. Some of the basic code needed is included.

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Geo-origins, a solution for the Physical web

A nice explanation about how geo-origins can be used and how they help the current problem can be found here.

Very interesting and...

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Physical things get a web standard

Its nice to see this getting the attention it needs and by Google no less. When a big company starts to create a standard its much more...

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Another modal alert

Another modal alert that looks quite nice, with a lot of options. too.

I find it funny that its trying to show the difference...

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Pretty loading

A lot of pretty designs for telling your users to hold their horses while you load something.

p.s. it also comes with a colour...

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Answering why 7 ate 9

This is probably a joke but even if its not. I'm not too surprised by it. Its actually a logical fix.

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Securing a RESTful interface

A very in depth look at how to set up a REST service. Going through the basics of what REST is and an intro to security concerns on the...

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Windows 10 listening to its users

So if you read this April fools it explains clearly why windows 9 got skipped... ok not really but it is funny.


Any way so...

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