What is that and why would I write a blog post about it?
Well, I could not resist this catchy title, could I? Perhaps I could. In any case I have this idea and implementation where one jQuery plugin is sort-of-a “socket” (not a network socket, but a socket in the wall) into which you can plug-in your “plugs” which will do standard jQuery related stuff.
Where “standard jQuery related stuff” is either changing the state of the DOM behind, or either using the information from the DOM to do something with it.
Continue reading “One Plugin to end all jQuery Plugins”
Like any other (software) undertaking, it is not going to end well if not started well.
One needs to know why is one using C++.
This is the best answer, I can give when people talk or write in anger about some programming language in general and C++ in particular.
Approximately 7 months ago I posted to Reddit. Under the title:
Decades have passed, standard C++ has no agreed and standard error handling concept.
That got attention of the crowd, and some important folks from the C+++ universe also chimed in. More or less all approving.
I obviously had to show some code. No pressure there. Continue reading “C++ DBJ Error Concept, at last”