Monthly Archives: November 2014

Implement uploads with Angular

The project angular-file-upload (see https://github.com/nervgh/angular-file-upload) provides a module for Angular that supports drag-n-drop upload, upload progress, validation filters and a file upload queue. It supports native HTML5 uploads, but also degrades to a legacy iframe upload method for older browsers. … Continue reading

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Handle downloads with Angular

In this tip, we will describe how to handle downloads with Angular with both a link and from AJAX calls. Trigger a download on a link This is the classical way to trigger a download. The user clicks on a … Continue reading

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Interacting with Google Spreadsheet with Java

Google Spreadsheet is an online tool to create cell-based documents and is particularly relevant to implement quickly simple databases. Spreadsheets can be managed from difference devices: on the Web in a browser or from tablets and mobiles. The product offers … Continue reading

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Understanding and using CORS

Cross Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) allows to use Web applications within browsers when domains arent the same. For example, a site with domain test.org wants to execute AJAX requests to a Web application with domain domain mydomain.org using HTTP. Understanding … Continue reading

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