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Try jquip for lighter weight code

November 30, 2011

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Try jquip for lighter weight code. The core jquip.js is only 4.28KB (minified and gzipped) which is only 13% of the size of jQuery. jquip has 90% of the good parts of jQuery including; the main $(selector) DOM traversal (eq, first, last, slick, prev, next, etc) DOM modification methods (append, prepend, remove), and CSS class […]

10 Papers Every Programmer Should Read

September 25, 2010

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On the criteria to be used in decomposing systems into modules – David Parnas A Note On Distributed Computing – Jim Waldo, Geoff Wyant, Ann Wollrath, Sam Kendall The Next 700 Programming Languages – P. J. Landin Can Programming Be Liberated from the von Neumann Style? – John Backus Reflections on Trusting Trust – Ken Thompson Lisp: Good News, […]

Code Tips to Make your Website more Mobile

September 21, 2010

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As more and more people are surfing web sites from mobile devices, websites need to be up to speed in our mobile connected world. This article present several helpful tips. Define the viewport – To tell the mobile browser to use whatever its device width happens to be  use: 1.  <meta name = "viewport" content […]

2 .NET Framework and Visual Studio Posters

June 7, 2010

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From a collection of free .NET Framework and Visual Studio Posters here are 2 useful quick references to find important class library details and relationships in the .NET Framework. The Visual Studio posters can help increase productivity when performing certain tasks within the Visual Studio IDE. .NET Framework 4.0 Namespaces and Types Poster – A high quality, print-ready PDF […]

Mobile App or Site? 6 key Considerations

June 5, 2010

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Based on smartphone market growth it’s clear that B2B marketing needs to include mobile. You may be thinking about a mobile web site, app, or both. But with limited budgets and resources, maybe you are feeling pressure to pick one—here are 6 key considerations when deciding between investing in a mobile application instead of designing […]