handlebars

Handlebars – A More Dynamic Way

Dagin Fullmer JavaScript, Single-Page Application, Technology Snapshot, Tutorial Leave a Comment

Handlebars.js is a popular templating engine based on the Mustache template language. In this blog, we will explore how Handlebars is a dynamic template creation tool and what benefits logic-less templates afford us. During our discussion we will cover Handlebars’ precompiling, partials, and helpers, and how each supports or contradicts dynamic and logic-less templates…



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An Introduction To Underscore.js

Nick Brown BackboneJS, JavaScript, Technology Snapshot Leave a Comment

Underscore is a JavaScript utility library with many useful functions to handle common programming use cases. In this blog, I discuss some of the more useful functions I have found inside of Underscore. Some of the benefits are less apparent in smaller and simpler code chunks. But, as the complexity of the code increases, this is where Underscore really shines as the useful toolbox that it is…



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Getting Started With JHipster, Part 3

Matt McCandless AngularJS, Java, JavaScript, Spring, Tutorial 1 Comment

Welcome back to this JHipster tutorial series! In part one we covered creating a monolithic application. In part two, we walked through creating a microservice application (which was a bit more complicated).

For those of you out there working to get things going with JHipster, there are some setup things and “gotchas” that I’d like to highlight. So this little blog is more of a helper for those of you who have decided to try JHipster out and play around with it. That’s what we’ll be discussing in this blog post with the hope that I can help you minimize the getting-up-to-speed curve…



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Breakfast Boost Scheduled: Angular 2 In Action!

Lauren Fournier AngularJS, Community, Company News, JavaScript Leave a Comment

We are excited to announce the next public Keyhole Software educational event: Angular 2 In Action! This Breakfast Boost event is a live-coding learning opportunity open to the public. The presentation is geared to benefit software developers who are implementing or interested in AngularJS. This free presentation will be held at the Keyhole Software office in Leawood, Kansas on August 11, 2016 from 8-10 a.m. …



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Fiddling with RxJs Streams

Lou Mauget JavaScript, Technology Snapshot Leave a Comment

Egon: Don’t cross the streams. Peter: Why? Egon: It would be bad. – Ghostbusters (1984) In this post I’ll touch on the emergence of JavaScript reactive streams. We’ll look at a cool online interactive tool that is useful for checking behavior of stream operators. I’ll finish by showing six RxJs JSFiddle examples that you can run and modify. Background Rich …



JSON Web Tokens

JSON Web Tokens With Spring Cloud Microservices

Thomas Kendall Java, JavaScript, Microservices, Security 3 Comments

At Keyhole, we have published several blogs about Microservices. We’ve talked about architectural patterns used in a Microservices environment such as service discovery and circuit breaker. We’ve even posted blogs on platforms and tools, such as the recent blog on Service Fabric. One important piece of the architecture that we have glossed over is the security around Microservices. Specifically, authentication …



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A Test-Driven Development Introduction to Angular 2

Matthew Brown AngularJS, JavaScript, Testing, Tutorial 4 Comments

AngularJS is a popular framework used for building single-page applications. One great benefit of using Angular is that it is easy to incorporate automated testing. I have been using Angular on various projects for a few years now, so naturally I was curious to learn what’s new in Angular 2. In this article, I will be walking through the process …



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Automate your front-end development environment with npm

Joseph Post JavaScript, Technology Snapshot, Tutorial Leave a Comment

For JavaScript development, there are more build tools than you know what to do with. The non-verbal utterance category contains the two most popular ones, Grunt, and Gulp. Then you have your food-related tools, like Brunch, Mimosa and Broccoli. You’ve got fancy new hot stuff like fly. Then there’s classic make-like tools like Cake, Jake and ShellJS’s make. Some folks just …