Posts Tagged ‘ajax’

Unobtrusive Javascript

Tuesday, June 24th, 2008

Here is an interesting article about writing javascript code. From what I’ve seen of Matt Crawford’s code it seems like we are already doing what this guy is talking about, but I thought I would share the link

AJAX developers continue migrating to unobtrusive JavaScript

Google I/O

Tuesday, June 3rd, 2008

Thursday Keynote

I liked the intro, the first ten minutes, of the first keynote speaker. The keynote speaker on the first day of the conference looked at one part of the history of computing, the trade-offs between computing power and accessibility, and ease of deployment and functionality. With mainframes, we had a lot of raw computing [...]

Keep session alive javascript code

Tuesday, January 16th, 2007

In really large, complex data entry apps, it can sometimes be the case that the user session times out before the complete data is entered (due to security requirements). To avoid this, we can add some code to keep the session alive.

In this case the keep-alive is called as user tabs around the form. You [...]