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How to Create Plugin Framework Using AngularJS

February 22nd, 2016 No comments

As I mentioned earlier, the AngularJS is an amazing JavaScript framework. It separates the model from view, and really makes programming in JavaScript pleasant. We actually use it in our recently released product DoubleCloud vSearch. I have personally used it for almost one year now and like it a lot even though I am not yet an expert.

Angular JavaScript Framework: Interacting with Java Servlet Backend

September 10th, 2013 30 comments

In my last article, I introduced the Angular JavaScript framework with working samples. Among all these JavaScript frameworks, I think Angular is the first one that does it right (I can be wrong on this as my exposure of JavaScript is limited). If your project needs Web GUI for example vSphere Web Client plug-ins, it’s definitely a good choice to consider.

Angular JavaScript Framework: MVC Simplified in HTML5

September 8th, 2013 3 comments

At VMworld 2013, I bumped into my former colleagues at VMware who work on the new vSphere Web Client. Faster than I thought, the new vSphere Web Client started to support HTML5 partially with Angular JavaScript Framework. I haven’t looked into the details but that is something the community should be excited about.

REST API Service Made Easy with Jersey Framework in Java

August 25th, 2013 16 comments

Because REST APIs are easy to get started with, I see more products are adopting it for remote management APIs. To implement the REST on the server side, you can use different programming lanaguages and frameworks. In Java, you can use the Jersey framework which is a reference implementation of the JAX-RS (JSR 311 & JSR 339).

Securing Your Applications with Apache Shiro

June 2nd, 2010 No comments

Security is a very important aspect of application development. Tonight I learned a new security framework called Apache Shiro, the successor to the JSecurity project.

It’s a great talk given by the founder and lead of the project, Les Hazlewood, who relocated to Bay area not long ago for starting his company katasoft. The presentation ran over for one hour but still got most people seated.