Do you ever wanted to execute code after your Angular template is completely rendered?
This post is the answer of how you can accomplish that.
This a simple tip, but I believe that can be really useful.
I recently started moving some databases that I have in the old Azure SQL Database Web/Business model. I started it with a good feeling. Let's face it, a guaranteed performance level is excellent. Nobody wants a noisy neighbor boring our database.
The downside, is that this shift brings new challenges and possible big troubles to the ones that already have systems in place. Everything has a price and in this case we call it Performance.
My AngularJS - Smart Float Directive post has been a post with a lot of traction, so I want to share another tip related to numbers in Angular.
This a kind of simple tip, but I believe that it can be really useful.
My smart-float directive works really fine in a desktop or laptop browser, but in a smartphone I want to take advantage of HTML5 number inputs and show to my users when they enter in the input, the "mini calculator keyboard".
How to accomplish it using angular?
Are you trying to send messages to a .NET application from node.js and you want to encrypt them?
You can find here a simple example to accomplish it.
Today I have a quick tip that I want to share with you because it took me some time to figure this out.
I'm using Azure SDK for Node.js to interact with Azure Storage and I want to access my development environment with it.
Imagine that you have separate schemas in your multi-tenant data architecture and you want to know who is consuming more space. How can you do it?
One of the common tips to pick the perfect domain name is to choose one dot-com domain, but a good domain name is a needle in a haystack.
Here, you will find five awesome tools to help you craft an incredible (and available) domain name.
If you are making requests to a server that uses self-signed certificates in Node.js probably you already have seen the error DEPTH_ZERO_SELF_SIGNED_CERT. That's an usual error, for instance, if you are working in a test environment.
I faced this error in my test environment and after google it, I got a lot of answers telling me to set the option "rejectUnhauthorized" as false on my request to the server.
But, that doesn't make me happy. Why?
Do you know that usually when you use the back button of your browser, your page won't be requested to the server again? By default this is the behaviour that you can expect.
But, you can control it!
Windows has that boring thing, the "Maximum Path Length Limitation". That can be a terrible headache when you are dealing with Azure Cloud Service deploy.
If you create your projects in the Visual Studio default folder (C:\Users\USER\Documents\Visual Studio 2013\Projects) or in a longer path, probably you already have faced the error:
"The specified path, file name, or both are too long. The fully qualified file name must be less than 260 characters, and the directory name must be less than 248 characters."