Category Archives: Tecnologías de la Información

Tecnologias de la Informacion

AngularJS: End-to-end Testing

[Fuente: http://docs.angularjs.org/guide/dev_guide.e2e-testing] If you’re starting a new Angular project, you may want to look into using Protractor, as it is going to replace the current method of E2E Testing in the near future. As applications grow in size and complexity, it becomes unrealistic to rely on manual testing to verify the correctness of new features, catch […]

AngularJS: Notes On AngularJS Scope Life-Cycle

[Fuente: http://onehungrymind.com/notes-on-angularjs-scope-life-cycle/] I have had the incredible good fortune of being part of some very talented developers ramping up on AngularJS. It is inevitable that questions surrounding scope life-cycle work their way into the process. These usually come in the form of “But how does AngularJS know when this value has changed so that it […]

AngularJS: Building Huuuuuge Apps with AngularJS

[Fuente: http://briantford.com/blog/huuuuuge-angular-apps.html] The AngularJS documentation is great for getting started and for looking up specific API calls. However, it doesn’t really tell you how to organize and manage your app as it grows to tens or hundreds of thousands of lines of code. I’ve collected here some of my observations and best practices for how […]

AngularJS: Creating Custom Directives

[Fuente: http://docs.angularjs.org/guide/directive ] Note: this guide is targeted towards developers who are already familiar with AngularJS basics. If you’re just getting started, we recommend the tutorial first. If you’re looking for the directives API, we recently moved it to$compile. This document explains when you’d want to create your own directives in your AngularJS app, and how to implement them. What […]

AngularJS: Things I Wish I Were Told About Angular.js

[Fuente: http://ruoyusun.com/2013/05/25/things-i-wish-i-were-told-about-angular-js.html] 25 May 2013 Recently I have worked on a project using Angular.js. As of writing this post, it’s a medium sized app (~10 modules, ~20 controllers, ~5 services and ~10 directives) with quite decent test coverage. When I look back, I find myself learning much more about Angular.js than before. It’s not a […]

Qué es el Scrum

Fuente: http://www.proyectosagiles.org/que-es-scrum Scrum es un proceso en el que se aplican de manera regular un conjunto de mejores prácticas para trabajar colaborativamente, en equipo, y obtener el mejor resultado posible de un proyecto. Estas prácticas se apoyan unas a otras y su selección tiene origen en un estudio de la manera de trabajar de equipos altamente productivos. En Scrum se realizan entregas parciales […]

AngularJS Book: Chapter 6: Directives

With directives, you can extend HTML to add declarative syntax to do whatever you like. By doing so, you can replace generic <div>s and <span>s with elements and attributes that actually mean something specific to your application. The ones that come with Angular provide basic functionality, but you can create your own to do things specific to your […]

Angular JS Book: Chapter 4 : Analyzing an AngularJS App

We talked about some of the commonly used features of AngularJS in Chapter 2, and then dived into how your development should be structured in Chapter 3. Rather than continuing with similarly deep dives into individual features, Chapter 4 will look at a small, real-life application. We will get a feel for how all the pieces that we […]