Category Archives: Tecnologías de la Información

Tecnologias de la Informacion

SEO/SEM guide

[Fuente: http://www.dealerspan.com/themes/corp/tpl/content/services/SEO_Learning_Center.pdf] SEO Definition Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of improving the volume and quality of traffic to a web site from search engines via “natural” (“organic” or “algorithmic”) search results. Usually, the earlier a site is presented in the search results, or the higher it “ranks”, the more searchers will visit that […]

Javascript : Qunit : Introduction to unit testing

[Fuente: https://qunitjs.com/intro/ ] You probably know that testing is good, but the first hurdle to overcome when trying to write unit tests for client-side code is the lack of any actual units; JavaScript code is written for each page of a website or each module of an application and is closely intermixed with back-end logic and […]

The Basics of Object-Oriented JavaScript

[Fuente: http://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/the-basics-of-object-oriented-javascript–net-7670 ] Over recent years, JavaScript has increasingly gained popularity, partly due to libraries that are developed to make JavaScript apps/effects easier to create for those who may not have fully grasped the core language yet. While in the past it was a common argument that JavaScript was a basic language and was very ‘slap […]

Browserify handbook

[Fuente: https://github.com/substack/browserify-handbook] introduction This document covers how to use browserify to build modular applications. browserify is a tool for compiling node-flavored commonjs modules for the browser. You can use browserify to organize your code and use third-party libraries even if you don’t use node itself in any other capacity except for bundling and installing packages with npm. The module system that […]

Writing modular javascript

[Fuente: http://addyosmani.com/writing-modular-js/] Writing Modular JavaScript With AMD, CommonJS & ES Harmony Modularity: The Importance Of Decoupling Your Application When we say an application is modular, we generally mean it’s composed of a set of highly decoupled, distinct pieces of functionality stored in modules. As you probably know, loose coupling facilitates easier maintainability of apps by removing dependencies where possible. When this […]

GIT: submodules

[Fuente: http://git-scm.com/book/en/v2/Git-Tools-Submodules] Submodules It often happens that while working on one project, you need to use another project from within it. Perhaps it’s a library that a third party developed or that you’re developing separately and using in multiple parent projects. A common issue arises in these scenarios: you want to be able to treat […]

Facebook SDK API

Fuente: https://developers.facebook.com/docs/javascript/quickstart/v2.3 Quickstart: Facebook SDK for JavaScript The Facebook SDK for JavaScript provides a rich set of client-side functionality that: Enables you to use the Like Button and other Social Plugins on your site. Enables you to use Facebook Login to lower the barrier for people to sign up on your site. Makes it easy to call into Facebook’s Graph API. Launch […]

AngularJS: Directive resolve dependencies

If we want to wait for some server data for directive loading this is the pattern: angular.module(‘busuuApp.translations’) .directive(‘trs’, [‘trs’,’$http’, ‘$q’, ‘wordbee’, function(trs,$http, $q,wordbee,wordbeeStrings) { ‘use strict’; var translateArgs = function(str) { try { if (str[0] != ‘”‘ && str[0] != “‘”) { return trs.call(null, str); } else { // Strips the ” or ‘ on […]

AngularJS UI router

[Fuente: https://github.com/angular-ui/ui-router] The de-facto solution to flexible routing with nested views AngularUI Router is a routing framework for AngularJS, which allows you to organize the parts of your interface into a state machine. Unlike the $route service in the Angular ngRoute module, which is organized around URL routes, UI-Router is organized around states, which may optionally have routes, as well as […]

Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF)

[Fuente: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cross_Site_Request_Forgery] El CSRF (del inglés Cross-site request forgery o falsificación de petición en sitios cruzados) es un tipo de exploit malicioso de un sitio web en el que comandos no autorizados son transmitidos por un usuario en el cual el sitio web confía. Esta vulnerabilidad es conocida también por otros nombres como XSRF, enlace hostil, ataque de un click, cabalgamiento de sesión, y ataque automático. Ejemplo Un ejemplo muy clásico […]