If you’ve ever been to Washington DC you know that it is filled with pomp and circumstance. It seems every activity is wrapped in ceremony. That may be fun when touring history … but no so much when you are writing a Web application. When building an application you want to get work done, not […]
OK, there aren’t really 101 ways to create an AngularJS controller. But when you are first learning and looking at examples, it may seem that there are 101 ways! This post walks through the most common ways to create an Angular controller. The goal here is to put the different techniques in one place for […]
My blog has just been migrated from Community Server to WordPress. That means: It has a nice new look! As of right now, the image files are not linked. Many of the links to my other blog posts are broken. Let me know what you think of the new layout!
I added a grid page to one of my applications using ng-grid (http://angular-ui.github.io/ng-grid/) to provide a quick way to update sets of prices. But it wasn’t working correctly. If I edited one price and clicked to the next row, the edit box on the prior row did not close. After editing three prices the grid […]
Just a really big warning out there so you don’t share the same fate that I did! I had been checking some of my Pluralsight course source files (code, PowerPoints, recordings, etc) into TFS. I was not checking in *all* of the files because some of them were quite large and it was taking 15-20 […]