Sometimes you have strings that must fit within a certain pixel width. This function attempts to do so efficiently. Please post your suggestions or refactorings below :)  function fitStringToSize(str,len) {     var shortStr = str;     var f = documen...
I wrote this jsfiddle based largely on the example  found here. The example is over 2 years old so I was wondering if there is an easier way to check the value of a radio button than gobs of if, elseif, else statements. My values are going to be disa...
This is a somewhat noob-question for someone who had a few years of web development experience, but after not finding the answer on either Programmer Stack Exchange or Google, I have decided to ask it here.  I am using Express web framework for Node....
I am refactoring some code, and want to change an array of code/name objects to be named objects. I want to do this so I can use it for equality tests. The old way was to compare the code directly...  if(current.addressCode === "1"){ ... }...
Over a year ago, I remember watching one of DevExpress evangelists previewing or at least promoting rich Javascript refactoring (beyond just limited intellisense) within the Visual Studio shell, I recall part of CodeRush/DevExpress product line. I wa...
Background  I'm trying to refactor some long, ugly Javascript (shamefully, it's my own).  I started the project when I started learning Javascript; it was a great learning experience, but there is some total garbage in my code and I employ so...
I'm working on a project where we are doing a lot of custom javascript and especially jquery, on an mvc style project.  The only problem is that I keep adding more and more global functions/variables and they are piling up.  I've got a few fi...
JSLint (with the onevar flag turned on) is flagging some javascript code that I have with the following:  Problem at line 5 character 15: Too many var statements.  I am happy to fix these errors, but I'd like to know, am I doing it for performanc...
I'm interesting in improving my javascript code to be properly OOP.... currently I tend to do something like this:  jQuery(document).ready(function () {     Page.form = (function () {         return {             //generate a new PDF...
I have a web application running with support for some specific pieces of hardware.  This is achieved in the following steps:   User runs a small installer that places java files (and a couple others) on the client machine. The main piece is a jar ca...

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