Monthly Archives: August 2013

angularJS Button directive with busy indicator

In my previous post, I was experimenting on creating an overall “busy” indicator for a current page. The KoLite helper has a very good feature implementation for buttons (and more) where it can show an indicator that an operation is

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NETEYE Activity Indicator directive for angularJS

Part of the KoLite tools created by John Papa for knockoutJS was the activity indicator. The nice thing about it (as it claims) is that it supports starting IE 6.0 (ughhhh….) For those who don’t have the luxury of developing

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durandalJS is SEO friendly

I was checking out the new bits for durandalJS version 2.0 and found out that is now easier to make your Single Page Application be AJAX crawlable, for SEO purposes. Historically, crawling ajax pages were difficult to implement. Google created

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angularJS and google maps

I’ve been playing more and more with angularjs nowadays. Previously, I experimented with angularjs directives by  created a directive for CkEditor 4, inline mode. This time, I am trying to create a directive for google maps. The use-case for this

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CKEditor 4 inline mode angularJS directive

A few days ago, I was playing with CKEditor 4, inline mode. I created a knockoutJS bindling handler to test see if it was possible to use CKEditor in SPA type of applications, utilizing knockoutJS. This time, I am trying it

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