In an earlier post I spoke about talking to NodeJS processes using good old standard in and standard out streams. I did mention I was using it for a project, but I didn’t go into too many details about it. Well, part of the project was trying to get access to icon image data for files in windows.
Have you ever thought it would be neat to be able to control your browser from another application? Me too. In fact, I think we should be able to control all our applications from other applications.
Unit testing! The wonderful thing everyone wants to do but never does. In this post I’ll show you how to do it so you don’t have an excuse not to.
Cordova is extremely powerful, but it’s not always obvious. Hooks are a good example of this. Hooks let you attach to specific steps in Cordovas processes and run scripts before and after certain things occur.
I had this idea that it would be really cool to replicate the popout buttons that the Pinterest app has for use with Ionic. Below is a sample picture of the Pinterest app and it’s buttons. Check out the code on GitHub here.
Ionic has an awesome control called the Slide Box. Let’s make a wizard out of it.