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Salesforce Lightning Components and image dependencies
I am developing some Salesforce Lightning components at the moment as while Lightning Components are great they have a major drawback in my mind. Some background first... Salesforce Lightning is our "new" component based UI based on HTML / Javascript and ...
20-Mar-2017
21:51:37
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Loading widget data in IBM Connections 5 by the aggregator
One of the areas that changed fundamentally in IBM Connections 5 is how widget resources (JavaScript and CSS) is loaded by the browser. In prior versions the resources were loaded by the end-user browser through the AJAX proxy in IBM Connections Profiles ...
19-Nov-2014
13:09:28
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Generating DOM events from JavaScript
For the OnTime Group Calendar API Explorer I needed manipulate a dropdown element on the page using JavaScript which is easy enough but when doing it this way no onchange events are emitted which caused my page logic to break. Luckily for me there is a ...
20-Feb-2013
08:41:01
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Reusing IBM Connections Atom date formatting for custom widgets
In a recent IBM Connections project I needed to display dates in the same as IBM Connections does it that is full dates sometimes but also using "yesterday", "today" etc. Plus it needed to cater for the fact that the customer might at some future point ...
02-Aug-2012
15:12:16
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Bookmark to IBM Connections bookmarks from iOS
Bookmarks (aka Dogear) in IBM Connections is great and IBM provides a nifty bookmarklet to allow easy bookmarking from your browser. I couldn't however make this bookmarklet work in Safari on iOS so I decided to look into it. And I'm happpy to say I got ...
08-Mar-2012
10:01:00
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If you're writing JavaScript this is a must read
Normally with a link like this I would put it on twitter but with Lotusphere 2012 underway it would get lost and it really it too important for that. If you're writing JavaScript - and who isn't - you really should read Understanding JavaScript OOP by ...
15-Jan-2012
20:05:06
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More on the JavaScript Module Pattern
Annoter good post on the Module Pattern - this one being the original post as far as I can tell. A JavaScript Module Pattern.
23-Oct-2011
09:05:16
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The JavaScript Module Pattern - adding namespace
The Module Pattern has as added benefit of allowing you to add namespace to classes. The below extends the previous example to make the class COM.LEKKIMWORLD.Modu...
21-Oct-2011
16:28:15
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The JavaScript Module Pattern
If you are like me you like object oriented programming and you try to encapsulate the functionality to the best of your ability. And that goes for JavaScript as well of course. JavaScript pose an interesting problem though as JavaScript objects are as ...
21-Oct-2011
14:27:43
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Power of the Javascript console
Dmytro Pastovenskyi blogged the other day about the power of the JavaScript console. Now the JavaScript console is a real timesaver for many types of JavaScript debugging but I never realized just how powerful it is. I recommend reading Dmytros blog post ...
17-Oct-2011
13:04:23
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A (dojo.)mixin configuration approach to XAgents in XPages
Continuing my XPages theme from yesterday I also wrote an XAgent base-class in JavaScript to make XAgents easier to do. Part of the base class is that it allows me to pass in a JSON object to configure the XAgent based on the need. Since the information ...
11-May-2011
17:14:51
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XPages JavaScript utility function of the day
Yesterday and today I've been spending some time doing some XPages coding for a customer project and after spending quite some time doing Java plugin development I'm amazed of how easy XPages are. Don't get me wrong - there is still work to do for the ...
10-May-2011
14:05:02
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Enough with all the widget specifications already!!
After what feels like a cascade of widget specifications (iWidget, Google Gadget, Wookie) the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is working on a widget specification to unite them all. If you're interested in stuff like this I recommend this developerWorks ...
06-Apr-2010
08:38:24
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ext.js moves to a commercial license
I first heard of this on some TWIT podcast so I went to see for myself but it appears that the ext.js Javascript framework has gone from an open source to a commercial license. This means that you have to pay if you use ext.js in an application that ...
07-May-2008
21:11:00
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E4X
Mostly for the E4X stuff - gotta check it out in more detail at some point. developerWorks: Create an Ajax mindreader application with E4X and Prototype, Part 1: Build the Twenty Questions infrastructure
18-Feb-2008
08:55:00
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Citrix and AJAX - one bad combo?
Anyone using AJAX type-ahead controls under Citrix? I have been working on a customer solution using the select-widget from the dojo toolkit but it doesn't work correctly in Internet Explorer under Citrix (you can type ahead but cannot use the arrow keys ...
24-May-2007
15:17:42
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Detecting IE7+ in Javascript
Abe Fettig points out how to detect IE7+ in your JavaScript code in a post called "Detecting IE7+ in Javascript". I know you probably use a browser detection script but untill it is updated you might want to patch it yourself. Via dzone...
13-Oct-2006
08:39:25