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  • JavaScript Gotcha in IE7

    I thought for a while that I was done with Web development. I mean the HTML, CSS, JavaScript stack specifically. WPF and Silverlight have just been so much more fun. Well, despite that sentiment my weekends have been full for the last couple of months with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript work for Silver Arcade...
    Posted to Christopher Bennage by Christopher Bennage on 05-03-2009
    Filed under: javascript, json, browser bugs
  • Partial list of sessions for Chicago Code Camp

    We're happy to announce the first partial list of talks selected for the Chicago Code Camp . We hope there's a good mix of various different technologies and that it could spark even more interest in the event. There are still a good number of time slots undecided for this event. If you want...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 04-19-2009
    Filed under: .NET, Ruby, JavaScript, Announcement, Community
  • Language Envy - Juicy, a simple webserver

    Many times when I'm writing JavaScript code with Ajax calls I don't have an URL to call and get the data yet. Or sometimes I have an URL that gives me valid data and I need to test the code against invalid data or some other variation that I don't have handy. WEBrick In these situations,...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 04-14-2009
    Filed under: .NET, Ruby, JavaScript, Language-Envy, Juicy
  • Blocked .js files keep biting me

    This is a tip for those working with JavaScript (and possibly other types of files) that is freely available for download. For the n th time in the last few months I spent an unnecessary amount of time trying to find a problem in my code that wasn't really there. Windows keeps track of the files...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 04-03-2009
    Filed under: Development, Tips-and-Tricks, JavaScript
  • JavaScript: Avoid the Evil eval

    This post is part of a series called JavaScript Demystified . I'm pretty sure by now you have heard at least once that eval is evil . Some nuggets from Eric Lippert's post: if you are considering using eval then there is probably a better way People, eval starts a compiler. I'm also pretty...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 03-31-2009
    Filed under: Series, JavaScript, JavaScript-Demystified
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