Tagged: javascript

Re-Bootstrap’ing JonDavis.name 0

Re-Bootstrap’ing JonDavis.name

As was mentioned in Monday’s video on Bootstrap Studio, I’ve been spending some of my time learning how to use the Bootstrap framework. For those not “in the know” Bootstrap styles itself as the “most popular HTML, CSS, and JS framework for developing responsive, mobile first projects on the web”. If you’re building a web-based application today, like I am with FirewaterDB, you’ve most likely run across or used Bootstrap....

Why Slack when you can Rocket.chat? 4

Why Slack when you can Rocket.chat?

Everyone knows that Slack is the current darling of the chat world. This is especially true in the high-tech scene as it seems like everyone is using Slack. It quickly eclipsed 6 year old HipChat with a huge suite of fancy new features and a shiny interface. The 14 teams I’m a member of can attest to Slack having also taken the place of IRC for many. So why isn’t...

SocketIO IRC-style Tutorial – Part 4 – The client code 0

SocketIO IRC-style Tutorial – Part 4 – The client code

This is the 4th post in a multi-part tutorial series on Socket.io. See Part 3 here. In today’s section of the tutorial, we’re going to be discussing the chat client. This is a single page with all the HTML, CSS, and JavaScript rolled into one. It’s bad form for production use but, again, we’re all for simplicity in this tutorial. Since we’re on the client (i.e. browser) side of the...