Yahoo Finance API With NodeJS

In the past I’ve wrote this post on the different options you can use with Yahoo Finance API. It is time (4 years later!) to a followup post on how to gain more data but this time with nodeJS. The first idea was to be able to gain information by using different parameters and downloading […]

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Building a Progressive Web App

I think the web platform is awesome. Moreover, it got some impressive APIs that make it even more powerful. The web platform is easy to access (very low friction), no installs, easy distribution (without walled gardens), immediate redeployments and no single organization own it. Let’s see what do we mean when we are talking on progressive web apps. Progressive Web Apps […]

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Debug NodeJS Like A Pro

NodeJS Debugging with Chrome Anyone who is building an application find out that, what is starting as ‘small project’, becoming very quickly bigger and bigger monster. You can use console.log on small projects but as they are growing you will need better tools. In the arena of “JavaScript on the server” there weren’t many tools to […]

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A List Of Great Mobile Web Apps

In the past, I gave few presentations on ‘Modern web apps‘ and each time I tried to show compelling examples. Here is a new source (mobile web apps ftw) that might help you see what can be done (today) on the mobile web.Few good examples to checkout: Weather App Lanyrd (For your next conferences). Stanford Financial Times […]

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WebRTC Updates

In this week show on Google Developers live Israel we hosted Sam Dutton in order to hear what’s new in the land of WebRTC. What? Well, Web Real-Time Communication (WebRTC) is a collection of standards, protocols, and JavaScript APIs that enables peer-to-peer audio, video, and data sharing between browsers. We covered (with demos) the three primary APIs: […]

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HTML5 APIs To Use Today On Google Developers Live Israel

Last week, I meet with few startups to talk about their web apps. After few basic questions like: how do I save data on the client without cookies? or something like: “Can I get a video input from the browser?” I thought it might be a good idea to touch on some of the APIs that […]

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Mobile Web Apps On Google Developers Live Israel

This is the talk I did in Google Developers Live Israel. It’s a weekly show that we have every WED at 14:00 (Israel time). You are most welcome to hangout with us in the future and ask questions or comments on anything that is related to startups, technology and (of course) Chrome/HTML5. For more information […]

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