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Unit Testing Private Methods in Javascript

Unit Testing Private Methods in Javascript

JavaScript is growing up.  As it matures, we see more and more improvement associated with JavaScript testing and deployments.  One area I get a lot of questions about is unit testing, more specifically, unit testing private methods. Traditional revealing module pattern. When dealing with this issue, there are two main approaches commonly used.   The first is to test the […]

Best Practices for Accordion Interfaces in Web Design

Best Practices for Accordion Interfaces in Web Design

The word “accordion” typically conjures a mental image of your favorite polka band. However that’s not what we are talking about when referring to accordion menu. Although polka music can offer a rip-snorting good time, the term is associated with something different in the realm of web design. User interface accordions might refer to menus, widgets, or content areas which expand like […]

Angular 2 Beta Has Been Announced

Angular 2 Beta Has Been Announced

Earlier today, Angular 2 Beta was announced, and with this, AngularJS has officially moved towards a new version, with many new changes and enhancements. The Beta release is functional enough to let you build large applications using it, but as a matter of caution, it is advisable not to use it for production projects.  With that out of the way, […]

Popmotion, Javascript Motion Engine for Animated UI

Popmotion, Javascript Motion Engine for Animated UI

We seen an up-and-coming trend in design that will definitely bleed into 2016 for animation incorporated into UI. With the opposite trend of static websites emerging as well, some would argue otherwise. However, with the development of CSS3 and JavaScript, we see more and more developers embracing interactive animation in their programming. The development of clever little Javascript engines like […]