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Parse Tutorial: Customizing Your Twitter/Facebook Signup/Login Views

Parse tutorial- part II This article was originally published on Codementor.io All the code for Part 2 is available on github https://github.com/mattgoldspink/swift-parse-login-part2 In the previous tutorial we looked at how we can quickly add Login & Sign Up views to our app using Parse, Facebook and Twitter. In this tutorial, we’ll take what we have …

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Parse Tutorial: Adding a Twitter/Facebook Signup/Login to Your iOS App

Parse Tutorial Part I This article was originally posted on Codementor.io. The full code for this Tutorial can be found at https://github.com/mattgoldspink/swift-parse-login-part1 First impressions are everything, so when users download your app, you have to make sure that the first screen they see lets them know this app means business. Setting up a proper signup/login …

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How to be an Effective Code Mentor – Part 1: Drop-in Sessions

Originally posted on Codementor Codementor Matt Goldspink has 10+ years of development experience & background in delivering training courses. Having given 120+ sessions at Codementor, he still maintains a 5-star rating. In this article, Matt shares some tips on how to be a great mentor. Signing up to be a CodeMentor is both exciting and …

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How to be an Effective Code Mentor – Part 2: Long-term Mentorships

Originally posted on (Codementor)[https://www.codementor.io/learn-programming/how-to-be-a-good-long-term-code-mentor] This is part two of the “How to be an Effective Codementor” by 5-star Codementor Matt Goldspink. If you need tips on how to be an effective mentor for on-demand drop-in sessions, read part 1 here. In addition to people looking for help with solving their current/urgent coding problems, there are …

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Senchacon 2013: Clean and Maintainable Ext JS

Clean and Maintainable Ext JS: Tools and Patterns for Greater Code Clarity This is the talk I gave at Senchacon 2013 based on my experiences of working on large Ext.js and Sencha Touch based projects in Morgan Stanley and Causata. Slides Audio Video no longer available

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Simplifying Grunt Jasmine tests for Ext.js

Are you wanting to unit test you Ext.js code but not sure where to start? Do you feel frustrated that everytime you get a bug raised you don’t know how to apply TDD techniques to your JavaScript because it’s just “not the same kind of code” as your Java, Ruby, .Net? Since I’ve worked with …

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Using grunt with Ext.js 4.x projects

17 March 2013 – Updated to included the new simpler syntax of 0.6.0 So I stumbled across a thread last week on the Sencha forums marked under their “Trending Threads”. It’s title: Sencha Cmd Needs Some F*****G Coffee!!! It’s an eye catching title! Specifically there was one post there which said: I really would love …