Tag: javascript

Google’s JavaScript/ Chrome Experiments Showcase

Google at ChromeExperiments.com released a showcase site for JavaScript experiments especially aimed as promotion to demonstrate their own Chrome browser’s capabilities. From games to 3D graphics, these demo's really show off what the chrome javascript engine can do

Some reading from django-nyc

Went to the django-nyc meetup last night, it was in Manhattan and much easier to get to then when it's at huge in bk.  Wrote down a few things to read up on: Celery - Celery is an asynchronous task queue/job queue based on distributed message passing. It is focused on real-time operation, but supports scheduling as well. Django ideas - Voting on things with limited numbers of votes to spread around, ala UserVoice Google tech meetup Google prediction api Nyc js Ben Firshman class based views Django con blip…

Jira Tabs: Open all those Jira's at once!

Update: Code lives on GitHub Ever want to open all the Jira’s on the screen in new tabs? Jess does, I do, and you should too! For firefox and chrome we now have the JiraTabs bookmark button. Go to this page and drag the link up to your bookmarks bar. Then, whenever you are on a filter or search view of Jira's, click the button and all the jira's on your screen will open up in new tabs Demo:

Refreshing all the css on a page using jQuery

I have a client project where we let them customize some css attributes in the admin, show them the updates in a small preview area, then save the changes back to the server. The custom css attributes are in a small css file that is generated on pageload and then cached to the server. All of the admin functionality is done through ajax, so I wanted a good way to update the UI of the site without having to do a full pageload. The below function was a great help.