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    AngularJS Isolated Scope Directives

    By: Ujwala Patil | July 17, 2015

    Introduction: In AngularJS by default directives get the parent scope.This will useful when we are exposing the parent controller’s scope to directives. But in some cases your directives may want to add several properties and

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    ng-Cloak directives in AngularJS

    By: Ujwala Patil | June 26, 2015

    Today  I am going to share the interesting article about ng-Cloak directive…. Use of ng-Cloak directive The ng-Cloak are used to prevent the un-compiled elements from being displayed and un-compiled elements can be  an element

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    AngularJS in Node.js and ExpressJS Framework

    By: Ujwala Patil | June 12, 2015

    Introduction ExpressJS is a light-weight web application framework to help organize your web application into an MVC architecture on the server side. You can use a variety of choices for your templating language (like EJS, Jade, and Dust.js,Html).You

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    Dynamic binding of “ng-required” for Validation

    By: Ujwala Patil | May 29, 2015

    I like to share the solution which I came across while working on dynamic validation of form in AngularJS. Scenario: Usually Angular JS form element look for the “required” attribute to perform validation functions. For

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    Introduction to How Node.JS works

    By: Ujwala Patil | May 15, 2015

    In this post, I will try to give an easy way to understand overview of what makes Node.JS different and make it clear that it’s more than just server-side JavaScript. What is Node.JS & why

  • Atomic Updates in Solr

    By: Ujwala Patil | May 11, 2015

    Introduction In Solr Once the data is indexed in changes to the Solr schema or configuration files require complete re-indexing of the data. Also, requirements to add new fields to solr index requires recreating solr