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Internationalization with AngularJS

April 10th, 2014 by
(http://blog.trifork.com/2014/04/10/internationalization-with-angularjs/)


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Many web applications need to support multiple languages. The process of building in this support in a piece of software can be split in two parts: Getting it technically ready to support multiple languages/regions, and getting it ready for a particular language/region. The first part is called internationalization, often abbreviated to i18n (18 being the number of characters left out in the abbreviation). The second part is called localization, abbreviated as L10n. In this blog post, we’ll see how we can support i18n in an AngularJS-based web application. There is an example project available containing all source code. It’s a Maven project based on Tomcat 7 (Servlet API 3.0) and JDK 6, and can be downloaded here. The example builds on a an example case I created as part of a previous blog on AngularJS.

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Dynamic web forms with AngularJS

April 3rd, 2014 by
(http://blog.trifork.com/2014/04/03/dynamic-web-forms-with-angularjs/)


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When we’re building web applications containing data entry forms, it’s sometimes a requirement that (part of) the form is dynamic, in the sense that the fields to be included in the form need to be determined at runtime. For instance, this may be required if application managers need to be able to add new data fields quickly through a management console, without support by a programmer.

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Web forms with Java: AngularJS and other approaches

March 20th, 2014 by
(http://blog.trifork.com/2014/03/20/web-forms-with-java-angularjs-and-other-approaches/)


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After learning about AngularJS a couple of months ago, I started using it on new Java web projects, and that has been a great pleasure. If you haven’t worked with AngularJS yet, you may be wondering what the hype is all about and whether or not it’s a thing worthwhile of investing your time in. In this blog, I’d like to put some of the merits of AngularJS in the spotlights, by comparing it to some other approaches for web application programming in the Java world.

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Fronteers Conference 2012 – a retrospect

November 15th, 2012 by
(http://blog.trifork.com/2012/11/15/fronteers-conference-2012-a-retrospect/)

Fronteers Conference 2012 in Amsterdam came and went with a lot of great talks and more importantly, fantastic Q&A. After each talk, Chris Heilmann interviewed the speaker using questions tweeted by the audience. This made Q&A a lot less painful then throwing a mic into the audience and hopefully understanding a word or two of the question. A great way to do Q&A.

Talks where very diverse ranging from technical to comical, so rather then slavishly describing each talk, I will try to weave it categorically and add some personal insights which where inspired by those talks.
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Digital assessments with the QTI delivery engine

May 23rd, 2012 by
(http://blog.trifork.com/2012/05/23/qti/)

For many of our customers in the Education domain we have spent a lot of time looking and exploring the impact of technology; in this particularly case especially with regards to digital assessments. Developing good digital assessment techniques is very important in order to measure and examine what students are actually learning.

We are proud and excited to share with you a short presentation on Digital assessments using the QTI delivery engine. This presentation will give you some insight on the capabilities of our Assessment Delivery Engine with use of the latest QTI standards. QTI is an Open Standard determined by the IMS Global organization and provides a solid basis to support interoperability for delivering assessments.

Just click here and you can experience an assessment for yourself. Our demo is a fun quiz all about The Netherlands using different questions types based on the QTI spec, some more advanced than others. The assessment engine will deliver these questions through any browser type, making it possible to assess on virtually any platform.

If you are not familiar with digital assessments with the use of the QTI delivery engine, here is a what we can offer:

  • Multi-platform assessments
  • Use in any existing Web Application
  • Customization and extension
  • High performance and scalable environments
  • Security and a robust solution

To discuss possibilities on how to tailor to your specific requirements and for more information just drop us a note. For now good luck with your assessment!

Parsing HTML with Jericho

July 14th, 2010 by
(http://blog.trifork.com/2010/07/14/parsing-html-with-jericho/)

In one of our projects I had to parse and manipulate HTML. After searching for a nice HTML parser, I ended up using the open source library Jericho HTML Parser. Jericho provides you a lot of features including text extraction from HTML markup, rendering, formatting or compacting HTML. In this post I will show you a few of the features I have used.
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