Category Archives: Javascript

A simple jQuery Qunit-based JavaScript Unit Test Project Template

UPDATE: I just updated the template. You can download it here. Next week, I’m giving a talk on JavaScript Unit Testing at Codestock. I think this is my 5th year. Always a great show and am looking forward to seeing … Continue reading 

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A Gentle Reintroduction to the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript Part 1

In the previous post, I briefly covered that yes, the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript is alive, with two releases to show for it.  Before going into the depths of what’s in the box for V1 and V2, I want to … Continue reading 

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A Gentle Reintroduction to the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript

One of the things that I’ve been doing since I last blogged has been working on the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript (RxJS).  Since I last blogged, we have had two releases, a version 1.0.10621 SP1 which we released back in … Continue reading 

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ASP.NET Connections – JavaScript Testing

I am honored to be presenting at ASP.NET Connections, March 26-29 in Las Vegas. One of the sessions I’m presenting is on the topic of JavaScript Testing. If you are writing web applications, JavaScript is likely as significant, if not … Continue reading 

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Designing an API: Is JSON/JSONP an and/or decision?

Executive Summary: Who knew serving up JSON for a public API was so complicatedly anti-hillbilly? Our next major phase at BookedIN’s plan for world-except-for-Edmonton-and-certain-parts-of-Winnipeg-domination is underway. That’s the public-facing site which will provide a way for YOU THE PUBLIC to … Continue reading 

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Designing an API: Is JSON/JSONP an and/or decision?

Executive Summary: Who knew serving up JSON for a public API was so complicatedly anti-hillbilly? Our next major phase at BookedIN’s plan for world-except-for-Edmonton-and-certain-parts-of-Winnipeg-domination is underway. That’s the public-facing site which will provide a way for YOU THE PUBLIC to … Continue reading 

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Deciding on technology? It depends, or “How to GWT off”

Humble apologies to those who were on Twitter the evening of Independence Day. I celebrated the birth of the US by converting my personal blog to WordPress and the Twitter plugin wanted to get acquainted with its new home by … Continue reading 

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Slide Deck and Code Samples from Pittsburgh Code Camp 2010.2

Attached is the slide deck and code samples from my ASP MVC talk at today’s Pittsburgh Code Camp. For my demos highlighting the Telerik ASP MVC Extensions, you can find the source code here: http://www.telerik.com/products/aspnet-mvc.aspx. Thanks to those who attended my … Continue reading 

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Getting Started with Node.js on Windows

UPDATE: New packages and further items What a difference a year makes.  Last year at the first conference solely dedicated to JavaScript, JSConf 2009, there was a big focus on the uses of JavaScript on the client side.  This year, … Continue reading 

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Introduction to the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript – Buffering

We’ve come a long way in the series on the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript.  After spending some time with Ruby and with extension points in other libraries, let’s step back to some of the basic operators again.  This time, let’s … Continue reading 

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