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What We'll Build [#1] AngularJS Authentication: Secure Your App With Auth0

Adding Authentication to your existing AngularJS app using Auth0

How to use Auth0's Rules Feature

JSON Web Tokens [#4] AngularJS Authentication: Secure Your App With Auth0

Angular 2 Token Based Authentication with Auth0 (signup/signin in 10 minutes)

Using the Auth0 Postman Collections

Getting Started with Lock Episode 2-- Customizing Lock with Options

Auth0 Live Demo

How to Create an App with Auth0

Build Your First Single Page App with Auth0

Angular 2 Auth0 Application

AngularJS And Browserify — The Dream Team For Single Page Applications

08/18/14 by Bastian Krol<p>Browserify Your AngularJS App<p>Let’s face it, structuring a large JavaScript project is not trivial. The tool Browserify …

Translation and Localization with AngularJS

As the world grows closer through the internet, more companies need websites that are translated into other languages. Businesses that target other …



Introductions / Browserify basics<p>These articles give a great introduction to using Browserify.<p>Browserify …

Gulp + Browserify

Getting Started<p>One weekend, I decided to really immerse myself in Grunt and RequireJS. Gotta stay up on these things right? Done. Then Monday rolls …


Javascript Module Systems - ÆFLASH

At Fluid, I was recently tasked with updating a legacy Javascript application to use a more modern Javascript module system. The existing app was …

A Year with Browserify - ÆFLASH

<i>NOTE: this guide is out of date. It is only vaild for grunt-browserify@~1.3.0 and its included versions of browserify and browserify-shim. An updated</i> …


Standalone Browserify Builds

Creating a Package<p>Using the Command Line<p>Using the API<p>Consuming a bundle<p>CommonJS<p>RequireJS<p>SES (Secure Ecma Script)<p>Global/Window<p>Bonus Feature<p>Extending

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Browserify<p>Defining a module is really simple but like all simple things; none of us can agree on just …

UI-Router: Why many developers don't use AngularJS's built-in router

AngularJS is an amazing JavaScript framework for building rich client-side applications but the truth is many developers don’t use the built-in …

Introduction to Browserify

require(‘modules’) in the browser.<p>Browserify is a development tool that allows us to write node.js-style modules that compile for use in the browser. …

Setting Up A Client-Side JavaScript Project With Gulp And Browserify

Setting Up A Client-Side JavaScript Project With Gulp And Browserify<p><p>…

Project Management

Setting up a productive AngularJS & Java environment

Deploying a Java server application is never as fast as we would like it to be. And being forced to deploy and redeploy again to test changes in a …


Grunt by Example - A Tutorial for JavaScript's Task Runner

What’s Grunt used for? Automating front-end and JavaScript workflow tasks. Refreshing the browser when you change a script. Minifying and …

Grunt Proxy Setup for Yeoman

I'm working on a webapp using Angular.js with the help of the Yeoman workflow framework. Because the backend service runs on localhost:8080 and my …

AngularJs Error Handling

This page shows how to use JSNLog with AngularJS or Angular 1. Click here if you use Angular 2+<p>AngularJS has built in support for logging, exception …