Kendo Server Filtering

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If you want to enable Server Filtering on Kendo Grid, first step is to tell Kendo that you want to enable that functionality because, by default, the data source performs filtering on client side. var dataSource = new kendo.data.DataSource({ transport: { read: function (options) { var filter = options.data.filter; /* send the filter to the […]

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Javascript to represent progress along irregular path

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The goal is to simulate a motion by filling this path drawn over a background image using JavaScript only. Will consider a simple way, cut in solid color, with transparent background. In real situation will be, say, a meaningful path with respect to some landscape.

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osCommerce jQuery price calculator

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Let’s assume that we have to build a price calculator for a osCommerce website, that needs to have price based on dimensions(input from user – length, width), attributes,
for each attribute there are more than 1 options with different prices for each option.

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Windows Application interaction with a Web Page

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Displaying a web page inside a widows form application and interact with the content it’s very simple using System.Windows.Forms.WebBrowser. This way you can easily create a panel containing ads in to your application or even communicate with a 3rd Party web component for displaying data. In our case we needed to integrate an enterprise application […]

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Creating a Joomla template

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Where you can use Joomla Many companies and organizations have requirements that go beyond what is available in the basic Joomla package. In those cases, Joomla’s powerful application framework makes it easy for developers to create sophisticated add-ons that extend the power of Joomla into virtually unlimited directions.

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Cross-domain AJAX calls

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In these days all web2.0 apps make use of AJAX to save bandwidth, user time or to display data without refreshing the page. When you make an AJAX request the response could be plain text, Html or JSON, but if you want to make a cross-domain AJAX call you can’t because the browser security model dictates that XMLHttpRequest must have the same domain in order to communicate. This is where you need to use JSONP, this technique will make the AJAX call and after will inject the response in a script tag and will pass the data to a specified function.
Some JavaScript Libraries help you dealing with JSONP and in this article I will show you how to make cross-domain AJAX calls with MooTools and jQuery.

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XST Control, a comparision between initial jQuery and JavaScript implementations

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As we already discussed in a previous article we started to rewrite one of our custom ASP Controls in order to improve server and network load. During this process we transformed most of old JavaScript functions to jQuery. Please bear in mind that the objective was not to improve script performance and jQuery scripts may […]

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XST from Server-Side Code Generated to jQuery

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This article was written to emphasize some of advantages and disadvantages of  using  jQuery. What is jQuery? jQuery is a small JavaScript library that includes support for manipulating the DOM, supports AJAX and it provides some basic graphical effects. The functionality can be enhanced with plugins. Compared with other toolkits,  jQuery aims to change the […]

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AJAX – increase your web speed

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AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML.) is not a new programming language, but a new way to use existing standards. AJAX’s intention is to make web pages become faster and therefore more accepted, by doing background exchange of some small amounts of data with the server, in order to avoid the page to be reloaded on […]

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