new Angular app: employee directory

All programming is a learning experience. Case in point: I recently spent about three weeks working independently on updating an insurance client’s web app from PHP to AngularJS, only to be told after that time that the client wasn’t interested in using AngularJS. At all.

Frustrating, to be sure, but it turned out those three weeks of work were excellent practice in using this new-to-me framework. When I saw an opportunity to use it on a different, internal project, I was able to dive right in and get it done in three days.

impact directory mobile app

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Geocoding with Google Maps without OVER_QUERY_LIMIT errors

Problem: A JavaScript application needs to do more geocoding lookups than Google will let you do at once. It’s possible to use setTimeout() to make JavaScript wait, but with the callbacks, it’s cumbersome.

Solution: Use a server-side script that will retrieve the same data, requesting it over and over if an OVER_QUERY_LIMIT error occurs.

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