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Creating Dynamic Web Pages with EJS

Creating Dynamic Web Pages with EJS

    If you have been following along with our series on how to create your own web server, you should now be familiar with node.js and Express.  Node.js lays the groundwork for the web server and Express builds upon it.  If you haven’t already, I...

Node.js – Storing data with MongoDB

Node.js – Storing data with MongoDB

The last few weeks we have focused on web service design using Node.js with Express. So far we have covered getting started with express, using EJS to create web pages, and creating a push notification server. Today we will go over how to save data on your node...

Kotlin: Three Reasons To Start Using It Today

Kotlin: Three Reasons To Start Using It Today

  With the announcement at Google I/O 2017 that the Kotlin programming language will be officially supported as a first class citizen for the Android framework, there’s been a lot of talk around what Kotlin is and how it compares to Java....

Metalling with Titanium: Building my first Alloy application

Metalling with Titanium: Building my first Alloy application

    Event listeners. Callback functions. Asynchronous programming? These words were foreign to me when I first started working at Shockoe LLC the first week of October 2015. But somehow, I needed to use these things to create a mobile...

Node.js – A JavaScript Developer’s Dream

Node.js – A JavaScript Developer’s Dream

  Here at Shockoe, we are happiest when working with JavaScript. There are plenty of projects that call for other languages, like Objective-C, Java, or PHP, but the goal is to work with JavaScript whenever possible. For a decade I thought of...

Building a better Titanium app with Backbone Events

Building a better Titanium app with Backbone Events

Building an app with Titanium gives you access to all of the speed of a native framework while giving you the flexibility that you know and love from Javascript, but exposes you to all manner of potential memory issues that traditional native developers are not...

Underscore.js – Everything you didn’t know you needed

Underscore.js – Everything you didn’t know you needed

Underscore.js (_.js for short) is a phenomenal javascript library that most web and Titanium developers are likely familiar with at this point.  What you may not know is that _.js is bundled with Alloy, letting you use the awesome collection of commonly used functions...

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