Category Archives: Technologien

AngularJS + KineticJS = Stage Directive

In the last days I came across an interesting canvas library called Kinetic.js, which called my attention by its easy API. Even though the library provides some complex functionality, like drag and drop, it still feels a pleasure to work … Continue reading

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Refactoring vs Performance

Refactoring is for readability, not for performance. Performance can and should be measured. Performance optimization has to come from a data based approach. Readability cannot be measured. It is therefore even more important to keep improving it, because you can’t … Continue reading

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Starting to move the web forward

Last week, I took some time to watch a very nice video from Paul Irish in youtube about javascript development workflow. I recommend it, even if you think your workflow is already great, maybe you learn one new cool thing. … Continue reading

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Webcam directive for AngularJS apps

Imagine being able to show the data of the webcam of an user by using this simple HTML tag: Well, now you can! Take a look at some demos and download it and see for yourself.

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Java EE 6 – CDI: Using InjectionPoint to resolve ambiguous dependencies at run-time

This is an advanced usage of the CDI specification of Java EE 6 that assumes the reader is already familiar with the Dependency Injection patterns provided by it. The problem: We have a service which is dependent of certain type … Continue reading

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