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Building Dynamic Forms in Ionic 2

At Bendyworks we've been working on growing our in-house expertise in Ionic. In this blog I'm going to go over one of the more complex form structures available in Ionic 2, displaying dynamic options, and show you how to implement it!

Form Needs

Video Messaging in Rails

We've been working with our friends at the Chins Up Foundation to develop an innovative application connecting youth with college athletes through a pen-pal mentorship program. Recently, we were requested to add video messaging to the application...

Webpack v2 Quick Start

With Webpack 2.x out of the release client phase, we're here with a quick start guide to get your development project running. This guide will guide you through a minimal setup where you will configure webpack and it's webpack-dev-sever. The configuration...

Optimizing Your CI and WebPack Builds

Recently, I was running into issues where the builds for a Node project were becoming painfully slow. Local development builds would take well over a minute or more. The CI builds on Jenkins would take at least eight and a half minutes, but would usually...

We ♥ Progressive Web Apps

This fall, we’ve had the great fortune to learn and speak about Progressive Web Apps at conferences around the world. We think PWAs are pretty PWAsome! In this post we’ll tell you why, and in a future missive we’ll delve into the technical features...

A tale of two selectors in HTML and CSS

In the course of normal web development we're used to encountering weird quirks of various browsers, but this one left us flabbergasted. The root of the problem was using document.querySelectors for HTML elements with ids that had leading numbers....

AngularJS and Rails Donuts

Interested in mocking up a modern-looking interface to some data? Using AngularJS to interact with an existing Rails project makes it easy to go from a plain old CRUD app to a modern, surprisingly full-featured UI.

CRUDdy Angular Donuts

For instructive...

Tessel: A First Look at JavaScript on Hardware

When a small red circuit board called the Tessel appeared on a crowd-funding site over a year ago, its promise to bring simplicity to hardware hacking caught my eye. It’s now on the market and, with a project percolating in my mind, I ordered one to...

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