Git SVN Workflow

Git SVN Workflow

Dojo D.O.H. Unit Testing

Dojo D.O.H. Unit Testing

Mobile days in Spain

As Wolfram already has posted in the last blog post, we are currently involved quite a bit in the mobile world and especially in investigating on how Dojo can be used best to develop for mobile devices.

Taking this as an opportunity we want to announce the next dojo.beer() in Barcelona on June 17th.
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JSONP for Google spreadsheets

Nikolai said yesterday “Is Google spreadsheet becoming the new Microsoft Access?”. You know the visual database and form designer. Well, for the web and pure mashup apps, that are mainly or completely based on the web’s infrastructure, so to say cloud services, one could answer “Yes, it can cover at least the database part”. It […]

Some for-loop considerations

We have been developing some coding style guide lines to produce better code and make our code easier maintainable and portable. Also thinking about code inspection tools and continuous integration techniques which analyze the code will profit from a well defined and verifyable style. While discussing a rather simple rule I thought this might be […]

Pure Client-side Dojo API Docs

It was a project last year, where yet another inline documentation syntax was “created” and suggested to be used. That triggered our brains and they started spinning caused by the unhappiness of reinventing the wheel, especially for something that is still too much of a step-child for frontend engineers and doesn’t get the necessary dedication […]

Firefox on OSX with dtrace – Part II

In the last article I have given an introduction on how to get dtrace running in your development environment, how to compile firefox and how a simple dtrace script looks like. Today we will take a look at how to write more useful dtrace scripts and I will show how to analyze the resulting data […]

Firefox on OSX with dtrace

After seeing a great talk by Johannes Schlueter about dtrace, I want to pass on the information and give a short introduction on how to set up your (Firefox) JavaScript development environment on OSX so you can dive into dtrace and start exploring the powerful features of this tool.

Slides from the Ajax in Action

At the Ajax in Action we had four talks. Nikolai spoke about “Dojo and Adobe AIR” where he showed on an example how well dojo and AIR integrate. The second was “RIA/UI development with Dojo”, where he showed all about how the new layouting widgets in dojo 1.2 can be efficiently used. One talk I […]

I do use Macros in Komodo

As opposed to my slide, where I didn’t show anything about macros, I do use macros. I just honestly forgot about it, even though it was my very first blog entry here on our blog.

DTraceing around

DTraceing around

BarCampMunich 2008 – slides

I gave two talks at the BarCamp Munich, last weekend (actually I was there only on Saturday). First and foremost I have to thank the people who have organized the BarCamp, it was great! I liked especially that there were enough tracks in parallel to choose a session from. I didn’t know how much tech […]

Falling in love with the IE8 JavaScript debugger

Falling in love with the IE8 JavaScript debugger

CleverCSS – the pythonic way of webdesign

CleverCSS – the pythonic way of webdesign

“Duplicate line/selection” macro for Komodo

I don’t remember which IDE it was that made me learn to use the shortcuts (may be Turbo Pascal back then), and (almost) since then I am too lazy to learn new shortcuts. Now I always first customize the keyboard shortcuts. And already for a long time I am missing Ctrl+D/Apple+D for Komodo Edit which […]