After the 2018 survey and its lack of big surprises, here comes this year’s biggest news from the Stack Overflow annual Developer Survey, with Python surpassing Java in the overall ranking for the first time. Python outpaced C# last year and PHP…
This year, Stack Overflow asked 100,000 developers worldwide how they feel about the tools they use and about their working environment. The 2018 survey also covered some new topics ranging from artificial intelligence to ethics in coding.
Or the Good, the Bad and the Most Wanted of Coding tools. Software engineers feel strongly when choosing between one technology or another. And it sure pays to listen to them carefully. We certainly do, at Tremend.
Codepress is an excellent script for syntax highlighting when editing code using the browser. We needed some syntax highlighting for one of the projects at Tremend which included some Velocity code.
While optimizing some HTML code, I recently came across the question: when rendering anchors, which of the href and onclick are rendered quicker by the browsers.
I got this annoying problem today: when trying to automatically populate a DIV with embed code from youtube, nothing happened on IE6. IE7 and FF work fine.
It is a common requirement in today’s applications to ask for user’s confirmation when leaving a page – if changes were made in the page.
I’ve been meaning to write these thoughts for a long time. I have been using Dojo from version 0.2.x (almost two years) and I have promoted Dojo in all the projects I’ve been involved. Long story short – I was and still am – a huge fan of Dojo.
Monitoring your file upload using ajax is a must have for any web 2.0 application. There are already some good examples developed by prosson and carsonm.
How can one cancel the drag and drop operation in dojo, based on conditions specific to the application? I’ve seen this question asked several times and few if none answers, so I thought I might post my solution here.