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I’m an independent IT consultant and entrepreneur in the Internet and software business. I’m interested in design, enterprise applications, web apps and SaaS products. I design and develop business solutions and applications. I help companies in terms of software quality and knowledge transfer, e.g. with Angular and Spring Boot.

Currying in JavaScript

A reference to logician Haskell Curry, currying is a technique for converting a function that takes multiple arguments into a chain of abstract functions that each take a single argument (see Currying). Besides its significance for studying functions in the context of theoretical computer science and its relevance to lambda calculus both in the context of mathematics and linguistics, currying has very practical applications in functional programming. In a way, it's one possible approach for following the inversion of control design principle and ... Read more

Using SQLite on a Static Website Without a Back-end Server

GitHub user phiresky recently published an interesting blog post on Hosting SQLite databases on Github Pages. Using SQLite - or in fact any kind of SQL database - in the browser? Why should one want to do this? Now, while it's certainly true that in the context of web applications SQL databases and RDBMS generally are relegated to the realm of back-end servers, depending on the requirements, a database in a front-end application or a self-contained application that doesn't even have or ... Read more

Material-UI Builder: Generating a React / Material-UI Codebase

Material-UI is a widely used UI component framework for React based on Google's Material Design design system. These frameworks and systems simplify and streamline the development of consistent user interfaces for web applications. Material-UI Builder is drag & drop online editor that allows you to choose from a wide range of Material-UI components for your application, customise the CSS styles applied to them, and export a ready-to-use codebase based on those preferences. Read more

Five Articles on Software Quality and Design Patterns

This week I'd like to point you to five articles I previously posted on this blog and from which I think that they're as relevant as they were at the time. The first three are about general software design principles, software architecture and software quality while the final two refer to specific best practices and common design patterns for Angular: Writing Disposable Code, Not Reusable Code (November 06, 2016) What Causes Over-engineering and How Can You Prevent It? (April 16, 2017) Less Is More ... Read more

Jennifer Wadella @ NG-DE 2019: Handling Angular Forms Without Losing Your Sanity

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Guilherme Ventura @ NG-DE 2019: Watch out: observers are here to stay

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Kim Maida @ NG-DE 2019: Subjecting State to Good Behavior

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Katerina Skroumpelou @ NG-DE 2019: Sustainable Development Team with Angular and the PAMstack

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Shmuela Jacobs @ AngularConnect 2018: It’s alive! Dynamic components in Angular

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Younes Jaaidi @ AngularConnect 2018: White-labeling & A/B testing with interchangeable components

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