Working with Ionic 3 (Ionic 4 still sucks for production apps) I had this weird requirement to subscribe to one Observable and in case of error, wait some time, repeat the action twice and if it fails again, catch the error and do some stuff. First I thought it's really easy to do this with … Continue reading RxJs – Retry with delay and error handling
No seriously, I work a lot with Angular (right now with Ionic) but I also maintain some server side rendered projects where I use jQuery... and after all this time I still love it. Everybody say that jQuery is that dark library from the middle ages of WEB development, that inevitably leads the callback hell … Continue reading I still like jQuery, Is that a sin?
I was playing with the TypeScript playground (http://www.typescriptlang.org/play/) and noticed how cool is to have a great linter that checks your code for all kinds of errors and gives you meaningful warnings. So check this out: ... and after you hit run!
Probably many of you already know that, PWAs (Progressive Web Apps) are apps that can run in the browser or in a standalone window and can take advantage of native OS features, such as push notifications and the ability to work offline. Recently they’ve got a lot of media attention because they seem to be … Continue reading How you can develop Progressive Web Apps that feel native
Good news for WEB fanatics, Ricky Mondello from Apple announced on Twitter that Safari will have support for Web App Manifest and Service Workers which means multi-platform PWAs are now possible. https://twitter.com/rmondello/status/956256845311590400 PWAs or Progressive Web Applications are basically enhanced web apps. When the user regularly returns to the app, browsers will invite him to … Continue reading PWAs are coming to iOS 11.3
I was always into low level C/C++ stuff and most of my career I wrote desktop and server applications but during my college years, I remember I made decent amount of money by doing websites/applications for different customers. I remember that I really liked WEB development back in the days: you just needed to edit … Continue reading What happened to the WEB?