Visual effect library in JS: http://jschr.github.io/textillate/
At my work, we have been using build pipeline jenkins plugin. However, there was a bug with it in our use case, which I have filed a bug for it. There’s reproduce steps in the bug, but the issue is that parameter values from a wrong upstream job are passed to manually triggered downstream job
Very nice improvement on usability. However, as of Chrome 32 for Android, which is currently in beta, this delay is gone for mobile-optimised sites, without removing pinch-zooming!
var elementsInArray = Array.prototype.slice.call(document.getElementsByTagName('li'));
So what is going on with the above statement? Here’s what’s going on: getElementsByTagName does not return Array object. Instead it returns NodeList (You can easily test it out on the developer tools. i.e. document.getElementsByTagName(‘li’).constructor) NodeList does not have array methods. Prototype type chain is not connecting to array prototype at all. (NodeList.prototype.__proto__.constructor ==
I’m working as software engineer with broad range of technology stacks. Frontend and backend and sys admin and so on. It’s because I love to learn something new. It’s funny how my career has come this way. My major during college was Mass Communication and then later I changed it to Graphics Design. Back then
When it comes to browser testing, I had struggled to keep an user session open for testing box when Jenkins initiated a browser testing job. So my solution for that was to run VirtualBox and VBoxVmService so that each virtual box runs as a windows service and it worked out very nicely for my purpose.
I just found out that most of browsers already have Array.prototype.map, filter, and reduce implemented natively… dumb me…