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. Continue reading
Children, this is the picture of “XML”. Document Markup Language. It was used by the end of the XX-th century.[/leftblock]
This was a post from May 2015. Unfortunately it is still actual in May 2018.
This probably applies to you. Especially if you are an Developer. Or if you suspect you might be a .NET Lemming? (A member of any large group following an unthinking course towards mass destruction)
.NET and SharePoint in particular are two likely offenders here. It is now 2015 (May) … Oops? It is already 2018, May.
This subject (XML in software development) has been reiterated to death. And back.
Classification of patterns of usage aka “Shapes”
Sounds very pompous. But it seems it is not and it is very useful to understand how to use
dbj.condeffectively. Just click on the image to jump to
For the ones wondering why would anybody think of
if-then-else , I might suggest to start from Wikipedia introduction to the issue.
There are 2 NPM packages one GitHub project and one JSFiddle so far.
[Note: metacall base article]
I am currently in the stage of searching for simple but valid examples of metacall validity (aka: usefulness) as interfacing concept and programming idiom.
And, I think I have found one. metacall + project Euler. The mathematical nature of some computational problems make them a great fit for the functional paradigm. For those of you who don’t know, “Project Euler is a series of challenging mathematical/computer programming problems…” (ProjectEuler.net). I have concluded I could use the simple and interesting solution for a problem from “Project Euler” to show metacall in action.
But is it still relevant.? Well, yes it is. Very much so.
[first published 2011 Sep 15]
Wow. what a title! Ideal for trapping the passing innocent (but sharp and progressive) programmer.
If you are here reading this, I assume you are not a botanist, and you obviously know what is ELM and a bit more about it. So, how do we achieve this master-level ELM magic? How do we make ELM “executable” run “locally” and on Windows (any Windows since 1999) on top of that?