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Monthly Archives: June 2016

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Request Wikipedia API with NodeJs and RX Observables

ReactiveX is one of those things that if you start using it then there is no turn back. RX observables gives you freedom and control at the same time. Below is a small code example on how to create an observable and subscribe to it. To observe a

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Angular 2.0.0-rc.3 released

The Angular team released a new candidate some hours ago and I am pretty excited to see that things moving faster than few months ago. In this release there is a major performance improvement and the @angular/router has been finally merged to the main repository.

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ATTiny85 – Small and efficient

When you are in a need to control or measure just one thing and there are no high expectations in speed or memory there is absolutely no reason to use a microcontroller like Atmega328p(the one you can find in Arduino Uno). You should consider the ATTiny85

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Angular 2.0.0-rc.2 released

Angular 2.0.0-rc.2 just released and there is a number of improvements and fixes. Have a look below for the complete list. Bug Fixes Animation: Problem with decimals using commas as decimal separation (5f3d02b), closes #6335 #6338 animations: Ensure AUTO styles are cleared at the end


Microsoft buys LinkedIn for $26 bn

Microsoft announced it’s buying the professional social network company LinkedIn Monday in a cash deal valued at $26.2 billion. Microsoft is paying $196 per share for LinkedIn, a 50% premium over the stock’s closing price on Friday. Shares of LinkedIn soared to near that purchase

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Vuejs v2.0.0-alpha.1 released

First release of Viewjs 2.0 is available for download. Many improvements over the previous but also quite a few breaking changes. Quite exciting time to be a javascript developer with all these changes in popular frameworks if you ask me.  Keeps your mind busy! Have

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jQuery 3.0 released

Even though the last few years most developers prefer JavaScript frameworks like Angular, React, Ember etc the vast majority of websites still use jQuery at least in some parts. Today the jQuery team released the final version the jQuery 3.0. It has a number of


All Azure cloud services in one view

If you are starting with azure and you feel lost with the countless services it offers then you might want to check this link. In a beautifully simple dashboard you can see quickly all the services Microsoft offers to Azure users. A brief description of each service