Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Javascript: Cloning an object...

In Case, you need to do a complete clone of an object in Javascript and you want the original to remain unaffected, then you probably can give this method a go. :)

* Click here to access the demo that I have created on 'JSFiddle'.
^ Click here to test your JavaScript, CSS, HTML or CoffeeScript online with JSFiddle code

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Towards the end of 2014...

Less than 8 more weeks to the end of 2014. And it's time to start the countdown for the last IT Show for the year 2014...

Image taken from 'SITEX 2014' website.

The venue for the upcoming event is pretty far, but it's
worth travelling all the way down. As compared to the
venue at 'Suntec Convention & Exhibition Centre', I prefer
the huge spacious space at Singapore Expo. Most importantly,
I can roam around the place freely and quickly, whhich is a
very big (+). :)
  • Date: 27 - 30 November 2014
  • Opening Hours: 11am to 9pm
  • Venue: Singapore Expo Convention & Exhibition Centre
                 Halls 5 & 6

* Click here to find out more about 'SITEX 2014'.
^ Click here for the Facebook page of 'SITEX 2014' site.
~ Click here for the unofficial 'SITEX 2014' site.
  (You can gain access to all the pricelist of all the Exhibitor @ 'SITEX 2014'.
  Although it isn't available yet but it will be populated with lots of price lists and
  brochure as the 'show' approaches.)

Sunday, November 9, 2014

Javascript: Some useful sites that helps.

Frankly speaking, I don't have a fantastic memory and in case, you don't have a fantastic memory, you probably can use the following sites to search for useful examples and references. Even though these sites doesn't provide an example for all everything, but it's a great place to start searching.

This has been around for quite some time.
Not only it covers 'Javascript', it also covers coding environment
like 'PHP', 'SQL', 'ASP.NET', etc... Though most of the time it
covers only the basic stuff, but it's a great place to get you

This covers JavaScript only. But with the number of examples that
was provided on the site itself to demonstrate the usage of the
different types of JavaScript syntax, makes this a pretty good
place to start searching.