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AngularJS View/Controller Roles and Responsibilities

In AngularJS, it is easy to throw together a simple application and have it work. However, as the application grows in size and complexity, the code can easily become a confusing and cumbersome jumble of logic. To help prevent this situation, the roles and responsibilities of the controllers and views and their interaction with the scope and model should be revisited and clarified.... read more

  • 14 April 2014
  • Post by Ezra Friedlander

New Site Launches for VIP Tires & Service

The Portland Webworks team recently worked with VIP Tires & Service to redevelop and relaunch their website, integrating a new and improved Tire Fit Guide and full eCommerce capabilities.... read more

  • 26 March 2014
  • Post by Tom Lovering

AngularJS + Cordova (Updated and even better!)

This is an update to my previous article which talked about integrating AngularJS with Cordova. We'll go over how the process has changed with newer version of Cordova(3.4) and Yeoman(1.1.2). You do not really have to read the old article to make use of this one.... read more

  • 19 March 2014
  • Post by Nick Stuart

Live on National Geographic!

The amazing handiwork of Portland Webworks Developer Michael Lodge was recently featured in a National Geographic special! The featured application, called "ISS Tracker," was used during the Space Station Live broadcast to depict the real-time International Space Station position.... read more

  • 18 March 2014
  • Post by Evan Rosenfield

Fun Times At The WebDev Meeting

It was standing room only last night at PWW's first hosting of the Portland Webdev Meetup.  Some of the highlights were:... read more

  • 11 March 2014
  • Post by John Gordon

Sarah Frisk Features in Women In Tech Interview

Portland Webworks developer, and resident comic artist, Sarah Frisk recently featured in an interview with Lady Paragons, a site dedicated to growing the numbers of women involved in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).... read more

  • 05 March 2014
  • Post by Tom Lovering



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