What new stuff do these templating frameworks bring to the table? I need to know since I have been asked to use a browser side templating framework without being explained why :(
I am new to nodejs and currently searching for framework to test nodejs and angular based client side application. I have google and i found that mocha,jasmine etc. various framework available for te
I am developing a rich client web application and wondering whether which framework would be suitable for client-side validations. I tried JQuery validations plugin but found out it does not really wo
Our company has an intranet consisting of several e-mail templates filled with variables (like [[NAME]], [[PROJECT]] and so on). I was thinking of implementing some sort of client side templating to m
I am looking to build a client-side dashboard framework where a user can create a new dashboard, add portlets, position them along a grid system, resize, close, .... The dashboard look and feel should
What are the differences between Client side cache and cookie? I know cookie is a data structure. What about client side cache? Is this same with browser cache?
is it really necessary to write code in JSP in client side and handle request with servlets? i m little confuse with server side and client side programing , i think that (client side is side where p
From what I have seen and read on blogs, PyPy is a very ambitious project. What are some advantages it will bring to the table over its siblings (CPython, Jython, and IronPython)? Is it speed, cross-p
umm.. i would like to show users what they need to fill up if they did not fill their name, email or message.. example, they filled up their name but they did not filled up their email and message so
I've been playing around with a few js templating engines. They all seem to offer fairly standard features and make generating html with JS much simpler. I have yet to discover an engine though that
I'm building a simple client-side survey tool. Users create and edit short surveys and export them as XML (or something similar) when they're done. I started off using jquery, but realized that it was
What would a developer used to working in Visual Studio have to give up if they switched to Monodevelop? This hypothetical developer most often develops ASP.NET web applications with C#. I'm aware tha
I got this error: ASP.NET Ajax client-side framework failed to load with the error: 'Sys' is undefined. The error qppears in IE on the bottom (error message), and appears only when i'm running th
In my application I used Entity Framework generated from a db with ado.net dbcontext generation as well. The client side works well when there's a not null fk but for the fields line a varchar/nvarcha
How client can able to execute MongoDB queries on the browser (client side), and how it's automatically update to server side? How DDP protocol work? How the mongodb work from client side?
I have a project in Rails 4 which uses Slim (http://www.slim-lang.com/) template engine. Super awesome! But in the end because my app is more client-side heavy I still have tonns of nasty HTML that I
For example, check out this Facebook plugin. In the client side the API key is clearly visible. What is stopping another user from obtaining this key and using this feature on a different site? I figu
Why serviceBehavior part is not generated on client side automatically after ServiceReference tool in Visual Studio as endpointBehavior?
This concerns the state of Struts2 framework tooling, although currently I use no IDE plug-in, preferring to create projects with maven from scratch. At one time I did use the Netbeans Struts2 plugin
Here is what I want to: I used OAuth 2.0 authorization system. I already registered my application in Facebook, and I have got my application secret keys (i did server side code, but I need more user