Author Archives: Priyanka Wadhwa

Knolx: HTML, CSS and JavaScript coding conventions


Knoldus organized a session on “HTML, CSS and JavaScript style guide and coding conventions”. It covered the best standards to be followed while writing codes in HTML and JavaScript and also,styling using CSS. The basic conventions that we forget while … Continue reading

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Web Application using rest in AngularJS – Part-2


As discussed in last blog , intro to AngularJS, its directives and Routing. Let us continue here with Angular Validations and how to define a controller in AngularJS. Validations : Angular provides various form validations. We will discuss a basic … Continue reading

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Web Application using rest in AngularJS – Part-1


You know what is AngularJS famous for ? So before beginning to develop an example web app using angular, let us start knowing about some angular features. Angular gives you the feature of two way data binding :With reducing the … Continue reading

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Splunk Cloud – a cloud based service for centralized view across all of the machine data.


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Scrum – an agile methodology for a flexible product development.


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Knolx Session : Basics of Backbone.js


Basics of Backbone.js It is a lightweight JavaScript library that adds structure to your client-side code (MVC framework).

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Knol Session: Web Application using Clojure


Introduction About Clojure Web Framework and its API. Following Slides show how to create a basic Web application using Clojure Language.

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Testing in Clojure (Part-1: Unit testing)


Testing a web application in Clojure is as important as testing in any other language. Clojure testing has been made simpler with its built in unit tests. This blog explains about how to do unit testing(testing each module independently) of … Continue reading

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Validity Checks using Clojure


For putting Validation checks using Clojure code, clojure noir library checks are used. One needs to first create a form page using basic html for placing the checks.As an Example here, I am using a registration page text boxes to … Continue reading

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Maintaing Database in Clojure for New registered User


Clojure is the most popular Lisp dialect today for starting new development. The Clojure web stack is based on the Ring and Compojure libraries. Ring is the base HTTP library, while Compojure provides routing on top of it. Clojure makes … Continue reading

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