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26 Jul 2013 / posted by Nikku

Developing web applications using AngularJS is fun. Modularizing your application using RequireJS/AMD modules is nice, too unless you enjoy it to shuffle around <script /> tags everytime you include another javascript file into the application.

This post introduces ngDefine, a tiny library I have created that makes both technologies get to know each other.

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13 Jun 2013 / posted by Nikku

So there is an open source project on GitHub. And you forked it already. And there is this bug XYZ you would like to fix, throught a pull request. This post is a short checklist on how to do it.

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24 Mar 2013 / posted by Nikku

... or how to spend unneccessary time on infrastructure problems.

Ruby is a great language and offers many tools to quickly develop (web) applications and awesome libraries. But sometimes it sucks. And that is the case when migrating applications to new Ruby versions.

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24 Sep 2012 / posted by Nico Rehwaldt

Finished my master thesis entitled Exploring Run-time Behavior in Reversible Experiments - An Application of Worlds for Debugging. It is about painting walls and refrigerators.

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20 Nov 2010 / posted by Nikku

Nearly every modern web framework features MVC, the separation of program parts into model, view and controller. This article discusses how Jersey, the reference implementation of JSR 311 (JAX-RS) can be extended to do MVC as supported by Ruby on Rails, Spring MVC and many other web frameworks, too.

This post showcases how a simple MVC extension can be built for Jersey, too.

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