Building CandiData

This past weekend, my colleague and friend Sandy Smith participated in Election Hackathon 2012 (read his take of the hackathon). We built our first public Musketeers.me product, Candidata.me. This was my first hackathon, and it was exciting and exhausting to bring something to life in little more than 24 hours. Our idea combined a number of …

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Tips for working with jquery

I’m a fan of jQuery because it promotes unobtrusive markup and functionality and has a wealth of plugins to take care of common web development/ajax functionality. Marc Grabanski offers some tips for working with it effectively. I’ll need to look at livequery in some apps I’ve put together. If you need to attach events to …

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OOP in Javascript examples

Andres at Web 2.0 Technologies has a very informative post about how to use object oriented techniques to implement a robust event broadcasting and listening in javascript.  Follow his advise an dmake your code more reusable.  What do you want to invoke when the checkbox object changes state? If you’re programming it in a non-reusable …

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