Category Archives: javascript

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SAPUI5 => SAP HMTL5 CSS3 JavaScript

Ok just downloaded the SAPUI5, installed it on my mac and did a bit of looking around! jQuery and a number of versions… ? why not sure yet but more on that later. First looks yeah nice, looks like a … Continue reading

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Favourite JavaScript libraries

So it’s been a long time writing JavaScript, from my earliest dabbling in the Netscape browser, at the same time Netscape had a web server product which also had Server side JavaScript, wrote pages with that, then used the classic … Continue reading

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jQuery connections to YQL data

The team I’m mentoring/training at the FT are going to be transferring from Flash/ActionScript to HTML5 JavaScript CSS3. So here are some of the code examples I’ve given them for usage when connecting to remote data. Fro XML only and … Continue reading

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JavaScript: code snippet

note for self: a piece of code to enable me to write ‘console.log’ and not have IE get unhappy :/ // this creates the console object if it’s not present – most useful for IE7,8,9 if (! (“console” in window) || … Continue reading

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Google Chrome addons

found these two https://chrome.google.com/extensions/detail/cgjalgdhmbpaacnnejmodfinclbdgaci https://chrome.google.com/extensions/detail/ljgkhjkajfkphkgndbhokcoglecihaia really useful

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A javascript nugget..

I should say this is only for browsers and environments which support E4X ( so not IE7-8-9) So you import your xml in and then you want to use E4X to manipulate it but for some reason it just won’t … Continue reading

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more YQL…

note for self when drilling down in data must use the correct xpath/path HTML == xpath XML == path Still very good technology like this, one idea is to use this for converting a .csv file on your own server … Continue reading

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Server Side JavaScript – SSJS

So running end to end JavaScript as per the Netscape web server (it was so good!) may be back two projects have appeared one from Joyent, and one independent Node.js. Joyent are using Open Solaris ( I had a Sparc … Continue reading

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