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Tallan’s Dynamic Culture Recognized for High Employee Satisfaction and Retention

Here at Tallan, we are excited to announce our recognition as one of Hartford Business Journal’s Best Places to Work in Connecticut!
While the award is a new one for us, we have been celebrating our uniqueness for many years. Our focus on talent has been a leading driver of innovation and year over year growth, but has also lead to increased employee retention and satisfaction in the process. We are committed to bringing out the best in our team, giving them the tools and guidance to deliver innovative software applications and expand their career.

 
With an eye on expansion to Dallas/Ft. Worth this year, Tallan will continue its accelerated growth, bringing on 45 new team members this year in various regions.
“We have been lucky enough to recruit and retain truly talented technologists and business leaders over the past 30 years,” says…

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How to Switch Between Angular Applications with Conflicting Node.js Requirements Like a Pro

The Problem 
As web developers, it is not uncommon for us to switch back and forth across different code bases throughout our day. If you are working with applications whose front-end development processes depend on different versions of Node.js, your workflow can quickly grind to a halt. Let’s imagine you’re working on two Angular applications. Application 1 is production code that uses Angular 6 and has a custom build process that strictly depends on version 8.9 of Node.js. Application 2 is a greenfield project and uses Angular 9 which will work with the latest version of Node.js.  
In normal circumstances we could install the latest version of Node.js and that would be enough to allow us to develop against both applications. However, because of Application 1’s strict dependency on Node versions we have a troublesome situation. Are we really going to need to uninstall and reinstall different versions of Node.js every time we switch between environments? Are we going to…

Demystifying a Common “Bug” Encountered by Developers new to Angular

I often work with clients that are transitioning their legacy MVC or WebForms web applications over to using Angular and Web API instead. After the initial ramp-up period with the framework, I’ve often had developers on these teams tell me how much easier it is to debug logic in Angular versus “how it used to be.” Writing logic with Angular and TypeScript provides these developers with a level of code organization on the front-end that they’ve previously only seen in their back-end .NET code. As a result, I think the framework especially appeals to developers who have previously shied away from front-end development.
With that said, there is an “Angular bug” I’m often asked to help remedy that I’d like to share in this article. The “bug” often comes up when new Angular developers begin sharing data between components. As you…

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Create Your First Chrome Extension Using Skills You Already Have

Introduction
As a web developer you’ve inevitably come across situations in which a tool does not exist to assist you with a particular task. The thought of developing your own solution is enticing, especially if it gives you a chance to use a technology you’ve been interested in learning. Unfortunately it’s easy to dismiss implementing your own solution because of uncertainty in the amount of overhead that may be involved. That’s where Google Chrome Extensions come in.
A Chrome Extension is a small program that runs from the Google Chrome browser. Developing a Chrome Extension involves a very minimal amount of overhead and mainly relies on your ability to utilize HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to create a functioning web page.  As a web developer that’s great because it means you’re already well versed in creating Chrome Extensions…at least almost. This article will…

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