Tag Archive: JavaScript

Sep 27 2008

Media Temple Web Hosting, Armenian As A Language

Yesterday, I saw a tweet from John Resig, creator of jQuery, that stated that he will be moving all of the jQuery files/data to Media Temple. Bulletproof security station and shipping/receiving areas with a Biometric security system are also in place.

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Aug 22 2008

jQuery Conference In Boston, MA On September 28th, 2008

As a jQuery user I like to learn new and exciting uses of the framework and the jQuery conference should be educational. “jQuery is a fast, concise, JavaScript Library that simplifies how you traverse HTML documents, handle events, perform animations, and add Ajax interactions to your web pages.

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Jul 25 2008

Getting My Credit Score/Report Was Really Aggravating

I was looking into my credit score/report on the advice of my friend Vasken and I had a lot of trouble with the process. When I loaded IE, it worked fine but at the same time, Firefox wouldn’t work.

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Mar 02 2008

JuicyCampus.com Review: Horrible All Around

JuicyCampus.com is one of the dumbest sites I have ever seen. They have inline css, inline javascript, the way the javascript files are in the header means that their site will not pass YSlow. If they knew anything, they would set it up for the site to work with or without JavaScript.

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Aug 24 2007

jQuery 1.1.4 Release == Faster, Better And Prepped

Here is a preview of what’s to come: Selectors Move from to :has() DOM Form/Field Serialization .wrapAll() .nextUntil() / .prevUntil() .andSelf() .contents() .hasClass() Ajax Append .load() Make .getScript() Work Cross-Domain Events .ready() waits for .getScript() Multi-type Events .clone() Events Re-work triggered events Effects & Animations Stop Animations Queue Control Animating scrollLeft/scrollTop Relative Animations Relative Animations Combine Attributes/CSS .height()/.width() work for document/window Misc Wrap jQuery in a Closure Move Docs to External File To Be Removed Past Considerations Use XPath for Selectors Behaviors / Live Query Element Offset Variables in .attr()/.css() jquery, release, faster, better, prepped, 1.1.4, 1.2, javascript, web design

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Aug 20 2007

HTML5 And PHP 6 Are In The Works – Very Excited

HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) is the most frequently used markup language to create web pages. HTML5 is going help with many of the situations that web developers are currently writing work arounds for.

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Aug 14 2007

BuiltWith.com – Web Technology Profiler

BuiltWith.com is a beta “Web Technology Profiler” that displays information about the site and some of the add ons they use. built with, builtwith, technology, profiler, web, php, asp, linux, windows, javascript, css, feedburner, rss

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Jul 20 2006

DOM Scripting with hijax

I was reading the blog of Jeremy Keith, author of the book, ‚??DOM Scripting: Web Design with JavaScript and the Document Object Model‚?Ě and I really enjoyed his views on AJAX in which he calls Hijax The way he explains AJAX is better than I have seen anywhere else that I have looked because it makes the most sense.

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Jul 19 2006

Firefox 2 Beta

and Answers.com * Changes to tabbed browsing behavior * Ability to re-open accidentally closed tabs * Better support for previewing and subscribing to web feeds * Inline spell checking in text boxes * Search plugin manager for removing and re-ordering search engines * New microsummaries feature for bookmarks * Automatic restoration of your browsing session if there is a crash * New combined and improved Add-Ons manager for extensions and themes * New Windows installer based on Nullsoft Scriptable Install System * Support for JavaScript 1.7 * Support for client-side session and persistent storage * Extended search plugin format * Updates to the extension system to provide enhanced security and to allow for easier localization of extensions * Support for SVG text using svg:textPath beta, firefox, firefox 1.5, firefox 2, IE, Internet Explorer, Internet explorer 7

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