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  1. Nov 2018
    1. OnClick

      the OnClick feature is as now not available. the contextual menu activate an URL on click as per Syncfusion component standard. We'll try to develop an advanced action to override this feature but it's not working out of the box.

      https://ej2.syncfusion.com/documentation/context-menu/api-contextMenu.html?lang=typescript#items

  2. Sep 2018
  3. Jun 2018
    1. News stories also contain at least one of the following important characteristics relative to the intended audience: proximity, prominence, timeliness, human interest, oddity, or consequence.
  4. Mar 2017
  5. Jan 2017
    1. Component classes should be lean. They don't fetch data from the server, validate user input, or log directly to the console. They delegate such tasks to services.

      A really good point! Lean-ness is something to strive for.

    2. While a component is technically a directive, components are so distinctive and central to Angular applications that this architectural overview separates components from directives.

      As per the MVVM pattern, they sort of provide the support for the View. They are like the glue for the visual representation of a part of the application. A controller of sorts (but not quite one) of MVC.

    1. selector: 'admin-users'

      Why isn't this selector defined as toh-admin-users, just like above toh-hero suggestion?

  6. Aug 2016
  7. Apr 2016
    1. This is a pretty good summary of the recent evolution of front-end architecture, described in a framework-independent way.

  8. Jan 2016
    1. UI components for ElasticsearchThe easiest way to build a great search experience with Elasticsearch.

      UI components for Elasticsearch

  9. Sep 2015
    1. This is an interesting dive into the challenges of creating a good language to describe the structure and functionality of a UI.

      It advocates using a declarative structure to lay out the components and then using imperative logic within the components.

  10. Jan 2014
    1. H o w t o R e a d O p i n i o n s

      This section on how to read judicial opinions helpfully describes the components of what an opinion contains and some discussion of the challenges in identifying those components within the structure of the opinion.

      The components identified here are:

      • caption/name of parties
      • name of the court
      • date of the opinion
      • date of oral arguments in appellate cases
      • citation information
      • name of judge(s) who wrote the opinion
      • case history
      • procedural posture (stage at which opinion was issued)
      • information about facts of the case (especially for trial court opinions)
      • statement of legal issues involved
      • the holding (decision about the issues)
      • the judge's reasoning