Category Archives: JavaScript

Everything JavaScript, including Angular.JS, Knockout, Backbone, etc.

Setting up my VSTS build environment

This is a summary of nightmares and preferences. This is a C# ASP.NET MVC Core project. Do not assume that because it builds locally, it will build and deploy from the VSTS services. The items below are breakdowns of the … Continue reading

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.JS is the new IL

I don’t really know many people who write directly into a js file. I see them using some middleware to convert (“compile”) to js. Here is a pretty exhaustive list of converters. The thing to take from this, is just … Continue reading

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Client Side Web Technologies… Coooolll!!!

Below is the snapshot of the Client Side Web Technologies… Coooolll!!! permanent page. I update the permanent page monthly. JavaScript: CommonJs – A library of some great common code from around the interwebs. One of the best string classes: Ajax … Continue reading

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Browser based editors and hosts for UI development

Plunker This is my default site. Has templates Supports multiple files. CodePen Supports SASS, LESS, TypeScript and others. Doesn’t have files, but 4 panels HTML CSS Script jsfiddle Supports SCSS, CoffeeScript and others. Doesn’t have files, but 4 panels HTML … Continue reading

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Why I still build and test against IE

We are all thankful now that IE is on its last iteration. Spartan, from I have seen, renders a lot like FireFox. However, most of the corporate environments I have seen still use IE, and are 2 to 4 versions … Continue reading

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When is your code done? When you finish the refactor refactor refactor rule.

Since unit test cases should be written before the actual code, you cannot say that code is done when the unit test all pass. You need the RRR rule. Legibility (Readability) Code that runs on and one in a single … Continue reading

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Flash, Silverlight, Linux Emulation… All in common is JavaScript

All of these are written in JavaScript Here is a Flash host that doesn’t require the flash plugin. http://mozilla.github.io/shumway/ A silverlight host, which needs more work on the code to read the XAP packages http://wsick.github.io/Fayde/ Migrate your C# to Javascript? … Continue reading

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