Desktop GUIs for Web Developers
Over the past few years I’ve become more interested in making desktop applications. For some context, I’m a web developer with around 15 years of experience. I mostly work with Laravel and Vue.JS but I have dabbled in a whole heap of other languages and frameworks.
Making an Electron App with Ember JS Part #2.5: MacOS Notarisation
This is a quick, cheeky part two-point-five of the blog post series “Making an Electron App with Ember JS” where I go over how I built my app Snipline for the web, Mac, Windows, and Linux.
Using Padrino with Ember CLI Part 3: Authentication
While thinking about what to write for this week's article it occured that I never touched on authentication with Ember and Padrino in my previous articles. So I think this is the perfect excuse to continue with the series!
Using Padrino with Ember CLI Part 2
You can view the full source for this article on Github. I am using the following library versions for this tutorial: IO.js v1.2.0 NPM 2.5.1 watchman 3.0.0 (Installed with homebrew) Ember 1.8.1 Ember Data 1.0.0-beta.14.1 jQuery 1.11.2 Handlebars 1.3.0
Using Padrino with Ember CLI Part 1
After listening to the Ruby Rogues’ Padrino episode I was sold on the idea of using Padrino for smaller websites and simple API’s. I know Grape is also a perfect contender for building an Ember APIs but: