work in progress
Adding content using jQuery
Recently I have restarted to program the first web-app: the conversion of my storm sewer software. I focalized my attention on the input interface and despite the easiness and versatility of jQuery, I have got bogged down in details. I have reached a “result” but is full of bugs and not optimal.
Hide DIVs for forms with jQuery
Writing my first web application to design a storm sewer system, I'm studying a solution to load the proper form according to user selection. I will show you a provisional code to solve this demand. Now the style (texts, colours and graphics) of the web-app is ugly, I will write it last.
More languages and units with AJAX
An interesting feature for my future Storm Sewer software will be the ability to change and add new languages, simply clicking on a selector and editing a text file. In a similar way it can be the same with the units of measurement (for example changing the flow from m3/s to litre/s). I will show you my achieved results using AJAX and XML.
What kind of tools can I use for a webApp?
For my future web application, I have searched the best language in order to make it available on the most number of available platforms. I think that the AJAX and DOM are a good solution and with the help of jQuery library, I can reach a discrete number of device, overcoming the cross-browser problems and at the same time saving many rows of code.
Rebirth of a dead site walking?
Some week ago I took part in a meeting of old youthful rugby players nearby the Villadose Club House, at the same time there was a beautiful promotion initiative dedicated to kids. So watching their enthusiasm and teamwork of their parents, I decided to fix the old site of the Rugby Villadose that I have realized eight years ago. Although it is seasoned, can be again an useful tool of promotion and information.