Angular Caching [team]

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In large, internet-scale web apps, the ability to limit API calls from the client side enables us to create scalable web apps. Not only does it make the front end appear quicker and more responsive, but it also protects our … Continued

Restful API – Handling large amounts of data

posted in: API, Data | 0

Summary: You can change your API to include additional parameters to limit the scope of data returned by your application. You could add limit and offset parameters to fetch just a little part. myapi.co.uk/messages?limit=10&offset=20 Another way to decrease the payload would … Continued

So long XMLHttpRequest – Hello fetch() [team]

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fetch() allows you to make network requests similar to XMLHttpRequest (XHR). The main difference is that the Fetch API uses Promises, which enables a simpler and cleaner API, avoiding callback hell and having to remember the complex API of XMLHttpRequest. … Continued

Flux and React links [team]

posted in: Architecture, JavaScript | 0

http://getprismatic.com/story/1426321231511?share=MjIyNzc.MTQyNjMyMTIzMTUxMQ.x_S_shx5Q2p3S2198_IRga0j_34 https://facebook.github.io/flux/ https://github.com/facebook/flux https://www.codementor.io/reactjs/tutorial/reactjs-flux-quickstart-guide?utm_term=flux_quickstart&utm_content=buffer07487&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer http://angularjs-emberjs-compare.bguiz.com/index.html

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