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Build a To-Do API With Node and Restify

Introduction Restify is a Node.js web service framework optimized for building semantically correct RESTful web services ready for production use at scale. In this tutorial, you will learn how to build an API using Restify, and for learning purposes you will build a simple To-Do API. Set Up the Application . . . Read more

How to Create Custom Drivers in CodeIgniter

Working as a CodeIgniter developer, you might have come across the concept of a library that enriches the core framework functionality, and CodeIgniter itself provides lots of useful libraries in the core.  Similarly, a driver is a special kind of library that allows you to add custom features so that . . . Read more

Put Your View Controllers on a Diet With MVVM

In my previous post in this series, I wrote about the Model-View-Controller pattern and some of its imperfections. Despite the clear benefits MVC brings to software development, it tends to fall short in large or complex Cocoa applications. This isn’t news, though. Several architectural patterns have emerged over the years, aiming to address . . . Read more

How to Submit an iOS App to the App Store

You have worked weeks or months on your first iOS application, and you are ready to submit your masterpiece to Apple’s App Store. How do you do this? Is your application ready for submission? I am sure that some of these questions have entered your mind at one point or . . . Read more

Writing Plugins in Go

Go couldn’t load code dynamically prior to Go 1.8. I’m a big proponent of plugin-based systems, which in many cases require loading plugins dynamically. I even considered at some point writing a plugin package based on C integration. I’m super excited that the Go designers added this capability to the . . . Read more

Testing Components in Angular Using Jasmine: Part 1

What You’ll Be Creating Test Driven Development is a programming practice that has been preached and promoted by every developer community on the planet. And yet it’s a routine that is largely neglected by a developer while learning a new framework. Writing unit tests from day one will help you to . . . Read more

Android Architecture Components: LiveData

We’ve already covered a lot of ground in our Android Architecture Components series. We started out talking about the idea behind the new architecture and looking at the key components presented at Google I/O. In the second post, we began our deep exploration of the main components of the package, . . . Read more

Deep Dive Into the Go Type System

Go has a very interesting type system. It eschews classes and inheritance in favor of interfaces and composition, but on the other hand it doesn’t have templates or generics. The way it handles collections is also unique.  In this tutorial you’ll learn about the ins and outs of the Go . . . Read more