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AngularJS Step-by-Step: Getting Started and Markup

By Jim Cooper on July 23, 2013

This is the first in a series of blog posts intended to give you a taste of AngularJS without a lot of reading. If you decide you like what you see, check out the AngularJS Fundamentals Pluralsight course for a deeper introduction to Angular. Throughout this series I will link to fiddles on jsFiddle that [...]

23 Different Values vs. Underscore.js is* Functions

By craigshoemaker on June 12, 2013

Why do I like Underscore.js? Because it makes working with JavaScript easy! A common task in any code is determining “what is what”. In this case Underscore.js has a number of functions to help you determine between, objects, arrays, undefined, null values and a whole lot more. I’m calling the collection of those functions the [...]

6 Examples of Hard to Test JavaScript

By elijahmanor on June 6, 2013

The following content comes from the second module of my Pluralsight course entitled: Front-End First: Testing and Prototyping JavaScript Apps. The rest of the course covers an introduction to Unit Testing, Mocha (a JavaScript test runner), Grunt (a JavaScript task runner), Sinon.js (a mocking and spying library), Mockjax (a way to mock Ajax requests), mockJSON [...]

New hands-on labs for jQuery Fundamentals

By Fritz Onion on September 19, 2012

Dan Wahlin has gone the extra mile and created a set of hands-on labs for his jQuery Fundamentals course. Plus subscribers can download them as part of the exercise files associated with the course. These labs walk you step-by-step through building several jQuery applications, with completed solutions available for reference. Here’s a brief summary of [...]

SelfCert: Create a Self-Signed Certificate Interactively (GUI) or Programmatically in .NET

By Keith Sparkjoy on February 13, 2012

While this isn’t new, I needed a new home for it since my old Pluralsight blog is gone now. Hopefully you’ll find it helpful! It’s a bit of a pain to create self-signed certs using MAKECERT. So here’s a GUI-based tool that uses a combination of the .NET Framework and the CryptoAPI to create self-signed [...]