In his last post, Avi Ben Yosef used a simple 3 step recipe for adding basic authentication in your Angular app. This time he shows how to get a very common feature to work: taking the user back to where he was before his session expired and he had to login again.
In the past, cross-platform software development often meant writing the same application in different languages for different operating systems. As you can imagine, this was a difficult situation for project managers, developers and customers alike. Then, in 2011, Roger Wang introduced something called Node-Webkit. Node-Webkit is a combination of Node.js and an embedded WebKit browser which allows developers to use web technologies to develop native apps. In this tutorial, Chris Nwamba is going to demonstrate how to harness the power of NW.js to make a tabbed browser, which can be deployed on all major operating systems.