Microservices are one of the hot buzzwords floating around these days, along with the cloud, IoT, and anything as a service. First, let’s explain the term. A microservice is a service with one and only one, very narrowly focused capability that a remote API exposes to the rest of the system. A microservice isn’t a website […]Read more "Microservices with Node & Restify"
I recently passed the AWS Certified Developer – Associate exam. Quite a few of my friends are also planning to take the exam and were curious about what I did to pass. So here is everything I did. Read the Exam Guide Everything begins by reading the exam guide. It will tell you what kind […]Read more "Passing the AWS Certified Developer – Associate Exam"
In order to maximize our time together for learning the MEAN stack, please take care of the following before the workshop. The total time to install of the software should be less than an hour. If you have question please contact me via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Install a web development IDE For the workshop I will […]Read more "Preparing for the MEAN Stack Workshop"
In my last post, jQuery Deferred Object – Your New Best Friend, I gave a quick overview of what a deferred object is and how to use it. This time let’s go a bit deeper and explore creating your own deferred object for a much more practical use – asynchronous downloading and processing of audio files.One of […]Read more "jQuery Deferred Object – Creating Your Own"
Part 2 of this series is at: jQuery Deferred Object – Creating Your Own Here’s your scenario: you are creating the splash page for an HTML5 mobile game. While you are loading resources, you display a wait spinner and a text message. This all works well except for when people have really fast internet connections – […]Read more "jQuery Deferred Object – Your New Best Friend"
Want to build your own HTML5 game? Have some starter code. Here are the links to the code and slides for my Beginning HTML5 Mobile Programming. The Source Code: https://github.com/Rockncoder/JQMGame The Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/rockncoder/html5-games-24651644Read more "Beginning HTML5 Mobile Game Programming – Silicon Valley Code Camp 2013"