CABasicAnimation An object that provides basic, single-keyframe animation capabilities for a layer property.

Using init(keyPath:) method of CABasicAnimation you can animated particular the key path of the property.

Properties of CABasicAnimation

var fromValue: Any?

Defines the value the receiver uses to start interpolation.

var toValue: Any?

Defines the value the receiver uses to end interpolation.

var byValue: Any?

Defines the value the receiver uses to perform...

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This is part 2 of 'How does Ember Boot?'. If you haven't read 'How does Ember Boot?' part 1 you might consider reading it first.

In the last article our main focus was Ember.Application which is sort of static part of Ember boot process. Now we will look into didBecomeReady() and Ember.ApplicationInstance. Which deals with initialization and creation of instances. Ember.Application is called only once but Ember.ApplicationInstance can be n number of times based on number of requests for the...

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Now a days in many website we use chart to show the statistics for the site and there are many plugins and gems available for it. But I liked one gem Chartkick that I used in one of our application to create column chart to show weekly, yearly and From date - ToDate range statistics of site. I found it very useful and easy to use. You will get details about chartkick here.

To use chartkick you have to just follow simple step and you are ready to create beautiful Javascript charts with one...

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In one of our Rails application, we needed to generate password protected PDFs. We used wicked_pdf (an awesome gem that generates PDFs from HTML template) to generate PDFs but it doesn't provide feature to secure it.

While searching for solution to secure PDFs we came across PDFtk (PDF toolkit). It is a cross-platform tool for manipulating PDF documents. It has feature to add password to PDF document using "user password" as well as "master password" (owner password) which is great.

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I will be showing the steps Ember takes to startup before you start seeing your page rendered in the browser. There is a lot of steps and packages involved in this process but I'll try to make it as simple and compact as possible. Following snippet shows the steps in brief which I will be explaining in detail as we proceed.

Ember has evolved from being the SproutCore 2.0 framework to a modern trusted Javascript framework used by major tech companies like Apple, LinkedIn and Vine, ever since...

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Rspec has great feature and that is trait. In rspec we create factory for each class which provides the simplest set of attributes necessary to create an instance of that class. Many times we need some attributes which we do not want to add in original factory and at the same time we do not want to repeat it. In such scenario rspec trait is good option. For few attributes we need different values and we want to use it at multiple places can be another reason to use it.

Without Trait:

...

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Server side rendering need lots of configuration to get up and running if you choose to use boilerplate which is filled with package that you may not need, well next.js is developed to solve this problem and it makes server-side rendering in React a breeze

What you will learn in this article

  • Get up and running with Next.js
  • Add Client-side transitions between routes
  • How to do handle Ajax in Next.JS
  • create reusable component for rendering Layouts

To get started with you need two things Nodejs...

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iOS 9 introduced a new way of creating Popovers on iPhone. Instead of using the UIPopoverController class we can now use the UIPopoverPresentationController.

Presenting a Popover from a Bar Button Item

We need a content View controller that's displayed inside the Popover and also need to set properties for contentSize, modalPresentationStyle and sourceView.

Action for right BarButtonItem-

 @IBAction func addEntity(_ sender: UIBarButtonItem) {
 let vc: TableViewController =...

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I was facing an issue while working on one of my Ember Apps. Issue was like, Ember data store was not updating the record after receiving the response from backend.

So whenever user visit the page, it was showing the old data of that record from Ember-Data store. After some searching I found that Ember-data by default doesn't re-request data that is already present in Ember-data store.

If parent route's model has loaded an array of objects then the child route that requires specific object...

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Different development styles:

There are different reasons, when the developer needs to design the database first.

  • Separate teams working on the application and the database in the organization
  • The application being developed is a data centric application
  • Based on these conceptual domain models,the database tables will be created, and the application will implement the business logic in terms of these conceptual business models
  • we are creating an application that is highly domain-centric, and...

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Postgres uses a mechanism called MVCC(Multi Version Concurrency Control) to track changes in your database. Due to this reason, some of the rows become “dead”. Dead rows are generated by DELETE and UPDATE operations, as well as transactions that have to be rolled back. Refer this link learn more about MVCC.

These dead rows keep on adding as there are lots of updates and deletes. Periodic clean up of these dead rows is necessary to not only save space but also maintain the performance of your...

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Hi Everyone..!! All of us have dreams to accomplish so many things in our lives..!! There are many instances in which we face difficulties in fulfilling our dreams and sometimes we just let go those dreams due to irritation or frustration that we go through due to those difficulties. But Dreams are one of the reasons for which we live life for and letting them go without fulfilling them is a big heart break..!! I would request all of you to never forget your dreams and kindly go through this...

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Recently while working on one of our project we came across requirement where we wanted Hubspot integration with our application for ease of sales team to manage user's data and understand their interactions and trends in application. I will quickly explain few things about Hubspot here in my article.

What is Hubspot?

In brief, Hubspot is a CRM which helps you monitor and fine tune many things regarding your application. Based on my analysis I will shortly list down few most important of them...

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Currently I've been working on writing acceptance test cases for my project in which there were lot of scenarios where I'd to use mocking/stubbing for which I used MockJax plugin of jquery.

So I'm sharing some examples which might be useful to someone.

A simple mock request using mockjax plugin can be written as

$.mockjax({
 url: '/posts/1',
 responseTime: 500,
 responseText: {
 status: 'success',
 post: 'Mockjax Plugin for mocking or simulating ajax...

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As an Ember developer, discovering Yarn package manager by Facebook was the best that could happen to me. Whenever one of my fellow developers encountered “Broccoli Plugin failed…” I used to say ‘rm -rf node_modules’, that’s what my seniors told me and I continued the tradition.

That was very frustrating and as a beginner, I use to blame it all on Ember as I didn’t understand much of what was happening. As time passed I realized npm was the culprit. But a few months back I discovered this...

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Recently, I had come across a situation where I had to make 2 ajax calls sequentially, i.e. fetch address from GeoLocation API and send it to Fedex API for fetching the transit time. For this, I needed to convert the address from GeoLocation in particular format using loop to send it to Fedex. Initially, I used '$.each()' method of jquery on an address array to convert it in desired format. This is common approach that we follow and it took 1.12ms for the processing. I wanted to reduce this...

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By default, regular expression matching is greedy, which means they try to match as many matches as possible in a given string.

Lets see an example considering HTML snippet - <p>Hello</p><span>Awesome</span><p>World</p>. Our task is to extract first p tag. i.e pattern matching should return <p>Hello</p>.

Immediate solution is to write regex - /<p>.*<\/p>/. But it would match the whole string.

Greedy

The reason it matches whole string...

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One of the coolest feature I came across in Elixir - our code documentation becomes our unit tests. I was amazed by its simplicity when I saw it in action in sample app I was writing. I feel this is one of the most incredibly and helpful feature I saw in any modern programming language in recent times. (Python has similar functionality using Python’s doctest.)

Let me explain this by giving a quick demo using few simple examples: Math functions sum and multiply.

Lets say this is our Maths...

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Extensions add new functionality to an existing type. Type can be class, structure, enumeration or protocol. This includes the ability to extend types for which you do not have access to the original source code.

Extensions in Swift can add computed instance properties and computed type properties. Extension helps to use more usable method by declaring it once in extension which means no need to redeclare and repeat same method in every class.

Extension Syntax

Declare extensions with the ...

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enter image description hereHello Everyone,

I am excited to start this new journey as my role of HR Executive in Kiprosh 2.0 initiative and I hope I live upto your expectations. This is my very first week and I am happy to know you all during introductions.

This is my very first blog post here and I thought to share this very interesting story that I came across.

In 1968, Spencer Silver was working at 3M trying to create super strong adhesives for use in the aerospace industry in building planes.

Instead of a super...

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