Category: JavaScript

Marionette + Require + Jasmine 2.0

Marionette + Require + Jasmine 2.0

I am starting to work on a new project for a new customer, I’ll join the team for a couple of days or perhaps weeks. They have been spiking and eventually have decided they want to develop the front-end using Marionette.js a library on top of Backbone.js together with Require.js. I’ve done a spike to […] Sigue leyendo

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Del escritorio a la web: Mi charla en Madrid JS

Del escritorio a la web: Mi charla en Madrid JS

Actualizacion: Vídeo de la charla ya disponible: El pasado 10 de abril tuve mi primera experiencia como ponente en el grupo de MadridJS en la sala CAMON de Moncloa, Madrid, donde estuvimos hablando de nuestra evolución desde el escritorio a la web desarrollando el Web Workspace. Este artículo contiene un comentario de los ejemplos usados […]Sigue leyendo

My february pet project: RealPoll (10+ technologies + a lot of fun)

My february pet project: RealPoll (10+ technologies + a lot of fun)

Test it live: Realpoll at Azure After my fist side-project (which I might publish on march or april) with Angular.js, I’ve been playing with different web technologies by doing a remake of a hackathon idea: Meet realpoll. The Idea Teachers and speakers often need a way to engage the audience and give them the possibility […]Sigue leyendo

I was an IronHacker at the 2nd edition

I was an IronHacker at the 2nd edition

Last week I was the teacher in the second edition of the IronHack, well for the last two days of the week. This time I’ve joined the group on their second week rather than the fifth. So I’ve been the one introducing unit tests. It’s been quite challenging as it had to be using JavaScript. […] Sigue leyendo

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SignalR with external assemblies and obfuscators

SignalR with external assemblies and obfuscators

Developing with SignalR is a very interesting experience. The technology, which allows us to create solutions that interact in real time with the browser and native apps, provides us with several layers of abstraction over technologies such as WebSockets, so that we can focus on the specific features of our apps. However, sometimes these abstractions […]Sigue leyendo

Un tip rápido: SignalR, ensamblados externos y ofuscación

Un tip rápido: SignalR, ensamblados externos y ofuscación

Desarrollar con SignalR es una experiencia muy interesante. La tecnología, que nos permite crear soluciones que interactúen en tiempo real con el navegador y con aplicaciones nativas, nos proporciona varias capas de abstracción sobre tecnologías como WebSockets, para que podamos centrarnos en el contenido de nuestras aplicaciones. Sin embargo, a veces los árboles no dejan […]Sigue leyendo

Mock objects on JavaScript

Mock objects on JavaScript

Many frameworks use the word “mock” for what in reality are “spies”. But that’s OK, the work “mock” in English covers actually all the possible test double types… However according to G. Meszaros, a mock object is a specific type of test double that is configured with expectations before exercising the system under test. During […] Sigue leyendo

Angular.js para aplicaciones Windows Store

Angular.js para aplicaciones Windows Store

Existe una gran variedad de frameworks javascript, Angular, Ember, knockout, etc. Todos ellos nos proporcionan algo que aquellos que hemos hecho wpf estábamos esperando: Data binding, y la posibilidad de usar patrones como MVVM. En este artículo doy un vistazo a Angular.js, un framework desarrollado por Google que está dando mucho de que hablar, y, […]Sigue leyendo

[WEB] MarkDown: escribiendo HTML sin saber HTML

[WEB] MarkDown: escribiendo HTML sin saber HTML

Hola, Hace unos días me llego por twitter, mientras comentábamos otro enlace relacionado con ValidateInput and AllowHtml en ASP MVC 4, nuestro amigo Eduard Tomás ( @eiximenis ) nos dejaba esta perla del desarrollo web: MarkDown. ¿Qué es markdown? Markdown es un tipo de sintaxis que busca agilizar la escritura en HTML, pero con la […]

Case study: Audience Response

Case study: Audience Response

Wow, AgileTestingDays 2013 it’s being awesome! I gave my talk today, a practical “live coding” session. Last week I created a real-time application to communicate with the audience so that when I am speaking they can tell me if they are understanding or if they want me to repeat … So we started off using […] Sigue leyendo