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jQuery Ajax and JSON Envelopes

This is post 3 in a series on creating a JavaScript component for handling your Ajax requests in front-end development across your enterprise. You can find all the other posts here: Post 1: From Enterprise Beginnings Post 2: Handling Errors and Loading Notifications In the last post we covered using the publish/subscribe pattern along with […]

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EdisonJS – Organized Routing for Complex Single-Page Applications

Over the past few years, “single-page applications” have steadily grown in popularity within the web development industry. As developers have grown accustomed to placing the bulk of the responsibility for rendering these “thick client” apps within the browser, new libraries that provide repeatable patterns for solving frequently encountered issues when using a client-heavy approach have […]

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Mock Your Ajax Requests with Mockjax for Rapid Development

Most backend developers are familiar with the concepts of mocking objects or stubbing in methods for unit testing. For those not familiar with mocking, it’s the simulation of an interface or API for testing or integration development purposes. Mocking with front-end development though is still quite new.

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Mock Your Ajax Requests with Mockjax for Rapid Development

Most backend developers are familiar with the concepts of mocking objects or stubbing in methods for unit testing. For those not familiar with mocking, it’s the simulation of an interface or API for testing or integration development purposes. Mocking with front-end development though is still quite new. Much of the development that appendTo does focuses […]

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Enterprise AJAX Patterns Part 1: From Enterprise Beginnings

jQuery Ajax features provide a slick way to make asynchronous javascript calls from any browser. jQuery even gives us helpers methods to make the calls even simpler. $.get, $.getJSON, $.getScript, $.load, and $.post all give great ways to set up default features and get your ajax calls done quickly. We often see enterprise developers taking […]