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March 4 2015
Paul Francis / Development
2015 SXSW Interactive Award logo

We are thrilled to announce that CareCycle Navigator, a web application we developed, is a SXSW Interactive Innovation Award finalist. This article will explore the technologies we used to build CareCycle Navigator, why we chose them, and what made them successful.

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January 20 2015
Taylor Smith / Development
AngularJS Translation

This is part 2 of my article about i18n and l10n. If you don't know what these are, go see part 1 of my article. Otherwise let's dive right in and cover some of the big problems and steps to take while implementing angular-translate.

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January 5 2015
Taylor Smith / Development
AngularJS Translation

As the world grows closer through the internet, more companies need websites that are translated into other languages. Businesses that target other cultures, nationalities, and languages need a way to provide this feature in a way that is responsive and maintainable. There are many guides and blogs online that refer to this as i18n (internationalization) and l10n (localization). This article is the first of two posts and will look at common javascript libraries and tools that can be used for translation services.

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September 30 2014
Brett Burnett / Development
AngularJS React Om

In our first article on Single Page Applications we presented a REST JSON API running on Clojure with CouchDB. In this article we build on the previous article by introducing our client-side application.

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September 23 2014
Jason Gray / Development
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MongoDB is now the fifth most commonly used database in the world. Frequently clients approach MongoDB and NoSQL from an all or nothing position. They chose to completely adopt NoSQL or stay entirely with an RDBMS. Imagine a scenario where your company or your client’s company is heavily invested in the "Microsoft Stack" and has a mature on-line software product that has grown over many years.

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September 8 2014
Brett Burnett / Development
NodeJS, CouchDB and MapReduce for World Cup 2014

When starting a Business Intelligence (BI) project the first challenge technical teams face is often the most difficult, "how do we shape our data to meet our needs?". Why is this difficult?

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August 27 2014
Clayton Anderson / Development
angularJS logo

Welcome back! In this series, we are exploring how to design HTML forms with AngularJS, with the best user experience in mind. If you missed part 1, you can find that here. In part 2, we will take a deeper look at a couple more complicated validation scenarios.

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August 11 2014
Clayton Anderson / Development
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One of the greatest benefits we have seen when creating single page applications with AngularJS is how much faster and easier it is to design forms, even those with complex validation.

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