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Daniel Gregoire

Selenium web application testing system - 3 views

    "automate web app testing across many platforms. " Fascinating new open source tool
    Test suite for web testing, multiple programming language interface, Firefox add-on with macro recording
Jungle Jar

JungleJar | Featured Web Application: - 0 views

    This is an extremely cool and useful web application, and if it hasn't been thought of before, I'm absolutely shocked, because it makes so much sense. Essentially, PHPanywhere is a web based free Integrated Development Environment or IDE for the PHP language. In other words it is a web based application that provides PHP developers a PHP code editor that mocks a desktop application, and it does so very well.
David Corking i.e. facebook - On the internet - 0 views

  • By having a domain that isn't just a subdomain (ie, like, each request isn't burdened with the additional cookies and thus minimizes the bandwidth required on the request
    So what is the best way to set up NoScript to avoid XSS attacks from Facebook users?
Jungle Jar

JungleJar | Development Tutorial: Creating 301 Re-directs - 0 views

    From time to time you'll probably want to send a website visitor who tries to access a page that has moved, been deleted, etc to a brand spanking new page of which quite possibly will have the content they were looking for. In this article I'll introduce you to the 301 re-direct, show you how to create one, and you'll see why sometimes just depending on the 404 page isn't practical. I'll also show you various methods to create one by using PHP, ASP, and HTML.
Jungle Jar

JungleJar | Wordpress How-To: Displaying Post Counts - 0 views

    Ever wanted to display the number of posts your blog has achieved for your blog readers or perhaps just for yourself? Or, what about the number of posts in a specific category? If so, I'll show you a quick and easy way to do just that, and we'll style up the output with a bit of CSS Level 2.1 the standard way.
David Corking

JavaScript as a Functional Language | Ajaxonomy | 2009 - 0 views

  • there is a little bit of hand-waving involved in calling JavaScript a functional language. JavaScript is not a side-effect free language, nor is it an expression-based language (i.e., it is not value-oriented, but rather variable-oriented). There is no tail call optimization in any of the current implementations, so recursion must be kept shallow. And the list goes on. Truth be told, JavaScript is really one of the first hybrid imperative-functional languages.
  • Higher-order functions allow us to do functional composition,
  • Since JavaScript does not have "overloaded" functions, this type of functionality is usually simulated using manipulation of the function's arguments. Currying comes in handy because it allows you to do this manipulation in a much cleaner and more modular way.
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  • Closures have quite a few applications in real-world JavaScript: event binding, callbacks, sorting, mapping (in the classical Lisp sense), and many others. In more modern JavaScript programming, you can find them almost everywhere.
    This is a short tutorial approach to an old but little-noticed saw.
Jungle Jar

Wordpress Tutorial: Make Your Page Titles SEO Friendly - 0 views

    If you're a Wordpress Content Management System user, and you would like to make your page titles SEO friendly without installing any plug-ins or modifying your website too much, then this article might be for you. All it requires is a few lines of PHP in your header.php file.
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