Tag Archives: JavaScript

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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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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I have yet to understand why people are afraid of SignalR.

Everything you need to know for SignalR for Web Pages is summarized at: http://www.asp.net/signalr/overview/guide-to-the-api/hubs-api-guide-javascript-client http://www.asp.net/signalr/overview/guide-to-the-api/hubs-api-guide-server Here is a maturing version of SignalR for Node.JS: https://github.com/maartenba/SignalR.Node The APIs are really simple. It is a case of understanding your user account, room … Continue reading

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Speeding up large collapsible list binding with #AngularJS.

I have an editor that uses many collapsible panels generated through ngRepeat. The issue is that after a while screen render time gets to be huge. However, with some investigation I have found some simple solutions. If you look at … Continue reading

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Top 3 items that #W3C should be embarased about when it comes to missing #HTML5 features.

I am using HTML5 as the umbrella term, that means that I am including CSS and JavaScript in this. 1. TextArea features. We all know that text areas are used as the basis for all RTF editors. So lets capitalize … Continue reading

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Working with angular, and JavaScript in general.

When developing I really hate stacked functions that seem to go on forever. However there is a time and place for that. But if you think about the nature of JavaScript, you realize that the nature of the language is … Continue reading

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More Javascript Fun. Private variables.

So I have a class in C# that looks like this: public class Unit{ private int _Id; public Unit(int Id){ _Id = Id; } public string WhoAmId(){ return _Id.ToString(); } } So you want to see what that would look … Continue reading

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