The Same-Origin Policy (SOP) is a security model that almost everyone gets in touch with when developing websites or web applications. Often, this first experience leads to frustration, misunderstandings, workarounds and hacks. But this does not need to be the case. In this blog post I will outline why the same-origin policy is important, how people typically circumvent it and I will present a tool called proxrox which removes same-origin policy issues that typically occur during development.
Angular services are singleton objects that can be used to organize and share code. Services are typically used to interact with REST endpoints, to organize common UI logic or even for business logic. During my Angular training and coaching sessions … Continue reading
The Scala language has been published in 2004 and is continuously developed by EPFL and Typesafe. These activities are funded on the one hand by the European Union and on the other hand by industrial investors. Scala has gained popularity … Continue reading
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