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.
After releasing the DoubleClou ICE, I finally got some time to write what I had experienced with Paypal as a user and developer. Because the DoubleCloud ICE is productivity tool that sells within $100, I want people to buy it online quickly and easily. Given Paypal’s #1 position in online payment, I turned to Paypal without much thinking. After that I had gone through all the integration process from initial research to bring the site to production.
It’s been a while since I touched Web application development in 2009. Before the VMworld 2009, I created a simple Web Application for the keynote that collected the names and email for a raffle to go back stage with the famous foreigner. That Web application was so simple that it’s built using Java Servlet with a static home page. It’s hosted with Terremark (part of Verizon now) Enterprise cloud.
Using GWT for Java developers is mostly
It’s the second day of the four day training. A lot of things were covered:
- Modern Web UI including progressive enhancement, accessibility, and design.
- Applying Spring JS, an abstraction around other AJAX toolkit. The coverage includes AJAX events, client side validation, and rich widgets.
- Working directly with Dojo Toolkit, including DOM scripting and Dojo widgets (Dijit).