Monthly Archives: May 2016

Too Early to Say GoodBye VMware vSphere Client?

VMware published a blog “Goodbye vSphere Client for Windows (C#) – Hello HTML5” with two announcements: 1. There won’t be the traditional C# based vSphere Client for the next version of vSphere (no one knows the version yet but it’s safe to call it the next version.). 2. The vSphere HTML5 Web Client Fling will be supported soon (no exact timetable is given). My guess is that it will make into next release of vSphere if not earlier.

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How to Wait for Promises in AngularJS

In one of my previous blogs – How to Cache Results from Asynchronous Calls in AngularJS, I mentioned a technique that downloads data from remote server via $http service as a promise. This is quite often used in Web application development, for example, you want to save configuration, user preference on remote server and download them on fly.

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