Visiting the Goto Conference in Berlin let me code a quick hack of a personal conference planner GotoCo . GotoCo is a small mobile application based on web technologies using the Ionic framework. It features to access the conference information, store them locally for later use and build your personal conference schedule. Visit http://apps.mindcrime-ilab.de/gotoco/index.html to check out the app – but due to the conference is already over it might not that useful anymore.
Conference sessions and tracks become more or less fixed after some point and network usage is always critical on mobile devices (limited speed or transfer volume). Applying a cache mechanims seems appropriate in order to make the app more responsive and mobile friendly.
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„Mastering AngularJS Directives“ by Josh Kurz is a deep dive into the magic of writing directives using the AngularJS framework by Google. This review is based on the eBook which was amply sponsored by Packt Publishing. The book is divided into nine chapters on roughly 200 pages.
„Book Review|Mastering AngularJS Directives“ weiterlesen
- Yo for scaffolding the intial project structure and additional components,
- Grunt for build automation and
- Bowers dependency management.
Yo utility creates Karma tests suites beside the source and various other artifacts. Karma integrates well with several CI products like Jenkins CI and Travis CI. Travis CI provides a free continuous integration service and pthe integration into an own project is just a matter of adding an appropriate
.travis.yml configuration file.
The Runtraction source code lives at Bitbucket.
So everything seems to be fine – but unfortunately Travis CI is very tightened to Github so it is not possible to use it from Bitbucket directly. Furthermore there is no service trigger for Tavis CI in Bitbucket too. „Krama, Jenkins and Bitbucket colluding continuous integration“ weiterlesen