This tutorials really just extends this article on showing and hiding the menu. Here we go one step further and start with a ‘Blank’ layout, adding just two buttons to let the user launch into either a tab or menu layout. A “back to base” button is added to to each child layout for quick navigation back […]
Angular 1 had a concept of http inteceptors for handling things like placing a token on the headers, responding to auth errors and redirecting, responding to all other errors, handling loading spinners, the list goes on. In Angular 2 that is no longer a thing, instead we simply extend the http class.
Skip my rambly intro and go right to the solution Intro I just ran into an issue with the Cordova In App Browser plugin today. A client wanted to of course keep the user within their “app experience” while still showing external links, so of course I installed and used the cordova in app browser […]
Hey CodeDayers, this time my workshop is on voice driven web apps. This might sound complicated, but thanks to Google’s speech recognition and voice synthesis software it’s actually really easy! We’ll be building a knock knock joke app that both talks and listens for your response. Check it out here: knock knock app You will need […]
As a Java developer, I wanted something in Node that worked similarly to Spring Security. A lot of research and experimentation went in to creating the simplest secured API I could. This is the result, an API written in Express that connects to a MySQL database with Bookshelf, and is secured with Passport’s JWT strategy.