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VorlonJS remote debugging and testing tool for JavaScript

Hello Developers! Working with the web, there is a lot of heavy-lifting done on the front-end with JavaScript. Now, scripts take  a considerable amount of time to debug and test on different browsers and devices. You need a tool that is easy to set up, platform-agnostic and extensible. There is a tool out there with these specs! VorlonJS, is that tool which allows you to remotely load, inspect, test and debug JavaScript code running on…

JavaScript Promises Essentials

I have some very exciting news! My book titled JavaScript Promises Essentials has been published. For the past couple of months I was a bit busy with authoring this small technical book of around 90 pages. It was a great challenge, as the topic is very focused. This book is my second publication after the title Developing Windows Store Apps with Html5 and JavaScript which was published last year around the same time. My second authoring experience and it is getting better,…

The simplest JavaScript Promises examples

You might have heard the new buzz word Promises. I am not going to take long explaining Promises in this post, I will have another just on that topic. But for now, what you need to know is the following Promise/A+ is the open standard for sound, interoperable JavaScript promises. “Promise” in the A+ spec is defined as “an object or function with a then method whose behavior conforms to this specification”. Promises present a great solution to address…

Book Review: Building Web and Mobile ArcGIS Server Applications with JavaScript

Another book review of a book that I recently had the chance to go through.This publication was titled Building Web and Mobile ArcGIS Server Applications with JavaScript. As the tagline states, this book really allows you to master the ArcGIS API for JavaScript. Reading this book leaves you equipped with the knowledge and tools to build some good web and mobile GIS applications with the ArcGIS Server. The ArcGIS space is a vast one in terms of implementation…

My Book is Out

I have some exciting news today! I just learned that my book titled Developing Windows Store Apps with HTML5 and JavaScript has been published. For the past 4 months I was a bit 🙂 busy with authoring this small technical book of around 150 pages. It was a great challenge, my first “grand” scale authoring experience and hopefully it won’t be the last attempt. The book was published by Packt Publishing whose team of editors, technical editors,…

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