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AngularJS with Spring Security and CSRF Token - New Toronto Group

AngularJS with Spring Security and CSRF Token

| November 27th, 2014 by Alain Thibodeau

I was recently working on an AngularJS application with Spring Security. We needed to implement Cross Site Request Forgery protection.

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Building Robust Node.js Applications - Part 1: Errors - New Toronto Group

Building Robust Node.js Applications - Part 1: Errors

| November 25th, 2014 by Hasan Ahmad

There are plenty of resources available online that will help you get started on building node.js apps and get them up and running. The tricky part comes when you need to deal with making your node.js applications more robust and reliable, particularly by handling errors.

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Cloud Computing with Amazon AWS Lambda and Node.js - New Toronto Group

Cloud Computing with Amazon AWS Lambda and Node.js

| November 20th, 2014 by Doug Riches

When you are building native or HTML5 mobile applications choosing the right platform for the supporting services is essential. The platform you choose must be flexible and scaleable enough to grow with your business as your app gains popularity. There are many cloud platform services that fill this role but very few that do it well at a truly global scale.

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NTG Webinar: What's New in Adobe Connect 9.3 - New Toronto Group

NTG Webinar: What's New in Adobe Connect 9.3

| November 05th, 2014 by Ed Van Beilen

Adobe Connect 9.3 provides new features and functionality across many different areas of the product.

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Prototype Your Project to Pick the Right Technology for Your Mobile App - New Toronto Group

Prototype Your Project to Pick the Right Technology for Your Mobile App

| November 04th, 2014 by Rod Nolan

As a developer, you've heard this advice before: "Use the right technology to solve the problem at hand." It's probably one of the most sensible, but most confounding, pieces of wisdom I've encountered. Although it makes perfect sense to NOT make the WRONG technology choice, applying this advice in practice can be challenging for a number of reasons; tight project timelines and the current state of your technical skills toolkit, for example, can be limiting factors. While the decision has to be made sooner or later, I believe there's wisdom in not rushing this particular choice.

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