Mar 3

jGauge 0.3.0 Alpha 3 – Documentation

Please note this is an alpha release. Version 0.3.0 is still under development use with caution! 😉 If you find jGauge useful a link back to the home page or my blog is appreciated. See the main project page for more information and downloads. Getting Started Include these files in the head of […]

Feb 2

JavaScript: Useful number formatting functions

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Recently I’ve been developing a lot of reporting applications in JavaScript and have collected a few helper functions that I use regularly for number formatting. Here’s a look at each function and how you can use it in your own projects. Rounding a number to a defined decimal precision Input: 1234.567 Output: 1234.6 (to one […]

Nov 10

Quick tip: Firebug console output

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I’ve found debugging my JavaScript projects much easier since using the Firebug add-on for Firefox, but more specifically outputting to the Firebug console.  It’s as easy as this: var myVar = 42; console.log(‘my variable: ‘ + myVar); This will output ‘my variable: 42‘ to the Firebug console, just like using System.out.println() in Java. There are […]

Nov 1

jGauge a 100% JavaScript dial gauge

jGauge 0.3.0 alpha 3

jGauge is a 100% JavaScript dial gauge I created to be a free, lightweight, and powerful alternative to Flash-based gauges. It can be used on web based dashboards like a speedometer / fuel gauge. Code base Google code (archive): Github (future development): Screenshot Changelog Version 0.4.0 – 20110511 Now hosted on GitHub Version […]

Oct 10

jQuery: Automatic HTML element manipulation

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When working on my latest project I discovered a feature of jQuery that wasn’t apparent to me in the API.  When using the .append() method I noticed it would automatically close HTML elements.  After taking a closer look at the jQuery 1.4.2 code, I found that .append() makes use of an internal function called domManip(). […]