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Fix “No matching security types” VNC error on Ubuntu in 60 seconds! You’ve been googling now for a while out of frustration that you can’t connect using TightVNC Viewer on Windows to connect to your freshly installed Ubuntu 14.04 desktop. Vino VNC server used to work out of the box but the new version of […]
The AngularJS documentation is a little ambiguous about the differences between a service and factory. It doesn’t go into depth about the most common usage case for factories, and that’s how to use parameters to create new objects. I use factories so that I can inject a function into my AngularJS code that creates configured objects, and those objects hide a lot of the dependencies used by that object.
Let’s look at one of the most basic syntax commands used by the majority of programming languages. The powerful IF statement and it can be found in programming languages like C, Pascal, Basic, Java and everywhere else.
Here is a tutorial for the 7 best practices for working with $scopes in AngularJS. Keep the $rootScope clean of variables This rule is based on the idea that the $rootScope is a global variable and falls under the best practice that Global Variables Are Bad. Adding variables to the $rootScope will result in source […]