Category Archives: JavaScript

Check out my jQuery beginners Article at iprodeveloper.com

By | April 12, 2013

The article Dive Into jQuery (Part 1 appears in the April online and print editions of iProDeveloper.com. The target audience is primarily IBM i developers, but it’s actually a good introduction for anyone, regardless of server-side technology, who wants to learn jQuery.

New Version of jQuery UI Feedback plugin

By | September 24, 2010

The jQuery UI Feedback plugin I wrote lets you show an informational or error message next to a UI component on your page. Its primary intended use is for AJAX-driven applications, where you want to provide some instant feedback to a user. You can read documentation, download it and try it out at this page… Read More »

How to access cross-domain data with AJAX using JSONP, jQuery and PHP

By | July 9, 2010

I’m guessing that if you are reading this post you have already encountered the problem of the same origin policy with regards to retrieving data with AJAX from urls in other domains than your’s (the requesting domain). This policy, enforced by browsers, means you cannot fetch raw data from other domains with straight AJAX calls.… Read More »

Articles I’ve Written on IBM i (iSeries) Technology Subjects

By | September 17, 2009

I’ve written a few articles in recent years that have been published by MC Press Online, relating to IBM i topics. If you don’t know what the IBM i is (or an AS/400, iSeries or System i), you can stop reading! Here are two lists of links to those articles. The first list is general… Read More »

My Favorite FireFox Plugins for Web Development

By | June 5, 2009

Firebug – debug your applications. An absolute must. Best features: Debugger – step through, over, etc. Console log for monitoring AJAX interactions -shows parms sent, data returned, round-trip time. Web Developer – fantastic CSS diagnostic support. Best features: View generated source – important if your script modifies the original DOM of your page Display Element… Read More »