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JavaScript: quick guide to Module pattern

In previous post have seen how to create JavaScript objects literals, we also saw how we can use those to encapsulate parts of our code, creating de facto reusable modules. But if you come from Java, or .Net development you probably missed one thing: we haven't seen yet how we can define public, and private properties.


NuTyX 9.1: quick review

In the previous post I did a basic desktop installing of NuTyX, installing mate as my desktop of choice; the next logical step would be to start customizing the system, so that it becomes useful for daily usage.

Installing NuTyX 9.1: a Linux from scratch distro

Recently NuTyX, a Linux distribution from Switzerland, released a new stable version. What it grabbed my attention from this distribution that I did not know yet, is that it is not based in a major distribution such as Debian, Fedora, Ubuntu, etc: it has been build based in the documentation from Linux from Scratch.

JavaScript Singleton with object literals

In this post we will see how we can use Objects Literals when doing JavaScript OOP.

Simple guide to JavaScript objects, and Prototype

Developers coming from Java, C#, etc may find JavaScript Object Oriented Programming a bit disconcerting at first;  unlike Java, or C#, JavaScript it is not a class-based language: which means one has to get used to a different way to... Continue Reading →

Breakpoint not hit in Visual Studio

A trivial, but puzzling occurrence: the day Visual Studio did ignore breakpoints.

Swift 3 for C# developers: the basics

Swift has many similarities to languages like C#, or Java, but as one could expect of an Apple product, it has also its special way of doing things. Still, for the experienced C#, Java developer learning Swift is quite easy,... Continue Reading →

Distribute android apps: a global market

Although in a way distributing your application to the wide world has never been so easy, choosing a sound distribution strategy is not as simple as it seems. Many different factors came into account, and knowing your options, and start planning ahead of time will increase your changes of a successful deployment

Postman: tips to speed up REST developement

Postman is a REST client for testing web services. Available as a standalone application for Windows, MacOS, and Linux and as chrome extension, it is a must-have tool for developers working with Web API.

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