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Day 9 @MakerSquare: Basics for visualizing javascript

Anyone can put a program together and make it do something. However, if you want to do something well, you need to know how code works and builds off of itself. 392 more words


Usus - Setting project boundaries

The basic sequence of data exchange between browser and the webserver is illustrated below:

The data requested from the web server and the analysis done will depend upon the page context. 158 more words


Dabbling in Bootstrap and Font Awesome Part 4 - Holding a special place in my field (Placeholders and IE8 / IE9)

One of the many cool features of the Bootstrap framework is the placeholder, which displays some text in the fields, either explaining what value is expected in the field or it can be used instead of a label, if your form doesn’t have a lot of space. 1,112 more words


Full Stack Developer

Position: Full Stack Developer

Company: Simplee

Location: Petach-Tikva


Simplee® is evolving the way patients pays bills and engage their providers.
Since our founding in 2010, we focus on making a consumer friendly experience for patients. 199 more words

Web Engineer - Front End Development with emphasis on Web UI/UX

Position: Web Engineer – Front End Development with emphasis on Web UI/UX

Company: Display-Core (IronSrc)

Location: Tel-Aviv


The ideal candidate will have:
4+ years Web development experience. 166 more words

Front-End Developer

Position: Front-End Developer

Company: myThings

Location: Tel-Aviv


Developing Ad platforms, support tools, User interfaces, and customization.
2-5 years of relevant experience.
Strong development capabilities and passion for new technologies. 99 more words

Checking SharePoint Resource Url Serviceability using Javascript and HTML HEAD

Recently when building an app which (amongst other things) rendered links to other pages (created by others), I found I needed to be able to detect whether these other pages/resources actually existed – because people click on links which they can see and HTTP 404 messages are scary right? 376 more words