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"Building Your App" Live Seminar

| November 13th, 2015 by Ed Van Beilen

Join us for a Live Seminar at the Art Gallery of Ontario the morning of December 1st to find out everything you need to know to create your own mobile or desktop application.

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New Toronto Group Now Offering Captivate 9 Training!

| November 12th, 2015 by Ed Van Beilen

New Toronto Group is proud to announce that we are now offering Captivate 9 training, both Essentials and Advanced.

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Precise Table Data Sorting in AngularJS Web Apps - New Toronto Group

Precise Table Data Sorting in AngularJS Web Apps

| November 11th, 2015 by Jordan McRae

Let’s face it; tables of information generally don’t give you that warm ‘Christmas-morning’ feeling when you stumble upon them on the web. At times though, they can be the most clear and concise way to display information and provide an efficient user experience. What ‘makes or breaks’ a good table is how well the information is sorted and how quickly a user can find the data they’re looking for. In the world of web design and Javascript frameworks, AngularJS makes this incredibly easy to do.

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Using Infinite Scroll in Web Apps

| November 04th, 2015 by Chad Upton

Some data driven applications have large lists of items that are unavoidable and even when a really good search narrows that list you can still be left with hundreds or thousands of results.

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angular-deferred-bootstrap

| September 23th, 2015 by Alain Thibodeau

I wanted to share a helpful AngularJS component that has helped me in the past; perhaps it can also help you one day. In the last year I worked on AngularJS applications that required me to get data from the server before bootstrapping the application.

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An Introduction to AngularJS Interceptors - New Toronto Group

An Introduction to AngularJS Interceptors

| September 21th, 2015 by Doug Riches

From time to time when making $http requests in Angular, we find the need to pre and post process each request/response. Luckily AngularJS’s $httpProvider has an array property called interceptors that contains a series of factories give us control over what is coming and going. Interceptor objects are simply Angular factories that have a defined set of methods that allow us to hook into every request and response sent via $http.

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The Definition of Bad - New Toronto Group

The Definition of Bad

| July 30th, 2015 by Sean Hopen

Sometimes you just want to flame out like Linus Torvald at a Microsoft meet-up, but not a good idea one-on-one, not with a client nor a co-worker. Take a breath. Respect is all-important. Almost everyone on death row says, “I killed him because he disrespected me.” Think about that.

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Another Reason to Embrace Unit Testing - New Toronto Group

Another Reason to Embrace Unit Testing

| April 28th, 2015 by Rod Nolan

About two years ago I joined a team working on a well-established application with a long history. After a quick ramp up period, I began fixing bugs on my own. Nearly every issue I fixed broke the corresponding unit tests. Initially, I resented the unit tests, they represented one more thing to deal with in an already complex application with its own learning curve challenges.

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An Introduction to AngularJS Interceptors - New Toronto Group

First Meetup of the Toronto JavaScript.Next Meetup Group

| April 02th, 2015 by Doug Riches

Thanks to all those who came out to NTG’s first Toronto JavaScript.Next Meetup last night. We are looking forward to continuing the discussion. Stay tuned for when our next Meetup is happening.

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Mark Emerson Joins New Toronto Group

| February 13th, 2015 by Ed Van Beilen

We are pleased to announce Mark Emerson joining our leadership team at New Toronto Group as Vice President of Services.

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