Javascript (17)


CashMeOusside.js – An Easter Egg Plugin

First off, I’d like to apologize for polluting the world of jQuery plugins. I had nothing to do so I conjured up this plugin to add “Cash Me Ousside, How Bow Dah” to your website. Installation instructions can be found on Github. https://github.com/ijason/CashMeOusside Demo http://demos.ijasoneverett.com/CashMeOusside/



Alexa

My First Amazon Alexa Skill: Reading RSS using Node.js

I recently had my first Amazon Alexa skill published and am eagerly awaiting my Alexa Dev hoodie! Developing and publishing an Alexa skill is a lot easier than you might think especially with all the tutorials and resources Amazon provides. I decided to develop a skill that’ll read the WOD (Workout of the day) from […]



Learn Node.js – A List of Resources for Beginners

Here’s an awesome list of Node.js resources for those interesting in taking the dive into the world of Node. A big thanks to @rockbot for putting this list together and to all those who contributed… including myself. 😉 https://github.com/rockbot/node-for-beginners Go forth, young padawon, rely on your training and you will succeed!




Creating Custom Modules in Node.js

If you’ve been using Node.js, you’ve probably been using modules for some time. A module is basically a javascript file that exposes internally scoped functions using the exports variable. In this tutorial, I’ll show how to create a simple string splitting module to give you a basic understanding. Getting Started Lets start off by creating […]




Emailing in Node.js with Nodemailer

Emailing in Node.js is easy to do with the Nodemailer module. Nodemailer supports plain text content, HTML content, attachments, different transport methods, etc. The official documentation can be found on github. Getting Started Lets start off by creating our directory. mkdir EmailExample cd EmailExample Creating package.json In the EmailExample directory we just created, run npm […]




Signature Pad with HTML5

I was recently asked to create a signature pad for desktop and mobile browsers to save customer signatures. The solution included using the <canvas> element and adding event listeners for both mouse and touch events to draw the signature lines on the canvas. First thing is we have to create a canvas element. <canvas id=”canvas” […]




ASP.NET MVC Validation with Twitter’s Bootstrap

To all ASP.NET MVC developers who use Twitter’s bootstrap, here’s a quick script you can drop into your web apps to integrate “MVC type” validation with Bootstrap styling. Keep in mind, I didn’t write this from scratch. I found several snippets on StackOverflow and dumped them into a js file so it may need tweaking […]