AngularJS - Communicating Between Controllers - Part 4
This is the 4th and final discussion of Communicating Between Controllers in AngularJS. In the previous three posts, I discussed using nested state, PubSub, and the router as mediums for passing state between controllers. In this post, I will discuss perhaps the most obvious (but least thought of in Angular); using an independent service . . .
AngularJS - Communicating Between Controllers - Part 3
Another, often overlooked mechanism, is the URL.
I'm going to assume you already understand the concept of URL routing in an client side application. If you don't, I suggest you do some precursor . . .
AngularJS - Communicating Between Controllers - Part 2
In the last post, we discussed communicating between controllers using a controller's scope. This mechanism, however, is limited only to parent-child relationships between controllers (i.e. one controller is nested within another).
A more general way of communicating between controllers is to use Angular's
AngularJS - Communicating Between Controllers - Part 1
I've been teaching AngularJS to a couple of friends lately and they almost universally ask the same question:
How do I pass information (state) between controllers?
It's a great question and it's often not obvious to new Angular users. The answer is a lot more complex than one might think (but the . . .
Super simple Nagios checks via Dropwizard Tasks.
On a project I'm currently working on, I had a need to create a framework to expose Nagios health checks within a Dropwizard service. You can find the framework and a
check_url.py Nagios check script on Github here: Nagios-Dropwizard.
Why not use Dropwizard Health Checks?
The health check facility on Dropwizard . . .
There's a really good article on the Golang blog about Go Concurrency: Pipelines and cancellation.
I came across the article while learning Go, more specifically, I was building an image processing pipeline for my home security cameras. The examples are great, however, I felt they could be improved a little.
First, it . . .
...and probably the JVM as well.
I've been looking for a new language for a long time now...
Java has been my primary language for years, but not because I'm fond of its syntax. The thing Java has going for it is a really large ecosystem. Lately, however, I find the disadvantages of the language outweighing the benefits.
My biggest gripes are:. . .