Keyhole Releases v1.3.0 of khsSherpa Framework

Lauren Fournier Company News Leave a Comment

Keyhole Software has announced the release of version 1.3.0 of the khsSherpa framework, which allows developers to easily implement a RESTful API layer using POJOs and annotations. Version 1.3.0 adds modules to allow khsSherpa better integrate with other IOC/dependency injection frameworks and is Java 8 compatible. This new release is publicly available in the Maven Public Central Repository and on GitHub. About khsSherpa khsSherpa …



Node.js Meets .NET – Edge.js

Brian Wetzel .NET, JavaScript, Node.js Leave a Comment

With so much JavaScript development on the client side, it only makes sense that developers and organizations would want to develop server side applications using JavaScript as well.  Node.js has become a popular choice for building server side applications using JavaScript because of its asynchronous event-driven model and many libraries and extensions that are available. But sometimes JavaScript is not …



Part Deux: A Google Calendar Gadget in Angular.js

Lyndsey Padget AngularJS, JavaScript, Single-Page Application, Technology Snapshot 1 Comment

I was on a project recently where the team was faced with a daunting list of scheduling-related backlog stories. When looking at the entire feature, about 20% of these stories dealt with custom functionality and 80% of them dealt with issues that are common to any scheduling or calendar application: start times, end times, visibility/privacy, conflicts, notifications, etc etc. When I asked …



Docker: VMs, Code Migration, and SOA Solved

Zach Gardner Docker, Technology Snapshot 1 Comment

It’s rare that a piece of software as new as Docker is readily adopted by startups along with huge, well established companies. dotCloud, the company that created and maintains Docker, recently nabbed $40 million in funding. Microsoft also announced on 11/18 a Docker CLI for Windows. Docker will also play a central role in Azure as well as the next …



New Features in AngularJS 1.3

Mark Fricke AngularJS, JavaScript, Single-Page Application, Technology Snapshot 4 Comments

Now that Angular 1.3 has been officially released, I thought I would talk about some of the new features that developers would like to know, to include: Performance improvements One-time bindings ngModel.$validators ngMessages ngModelOptions If you are still using IE 8 as your main browser, first I want to say WHY? Angular 1.3 is dropping support for this old browser. …