OK! First of all this question comes from a man who digs too deep (and posibly get lost) in the jQuery universe.  In my reserch I discovered the jquery's main pattern is something like this (If needed correction is wellcomed):  (function (windo...
There have been a few articles recently about Google's new imageless buttons:   http://stopdesign.com/archive/2009/02/04/recreating-the-button.html http://stopdesign.com/eg/buttons/3.0/code.html http://stopdesign.com/eg/buttons/3.1/code.html http...
Goal  My goal is to get an UML model out of my JavaScript project (consisting of several .js files) and store it as XMI.  How far I've come  I searched the internet and found out js/uml is the first place to go.  I've managed it to get the js...
I am trying to reverse engineer a website which has a function for decoding an encoded string. The function gets called in one of the inlined scripts:  <script type='text/javascript'>     var str = dec("BHUJLOUBHUNK"); </scri...
UPDATE: (2015-10-16) [SOLVED!] -- Fixed with trigger() and by limiting to 50 pins with slice().  Many thanks to Abhas Tandon who offered that by using   $(this).trigger('click');   instead of  $(this).addClass('selected');   it will c...
I want to know if there exists a tool to help in reversing a compressed javascript that has obscure variable names. I am not looking for a pretty-printing beautifier, but for a tool that actually knows how to change & propagate variable name choi...
Once a js application (constructed of many separate modules) gets optimized (using the Requirejs optimization tool to put the whole code into one single file);   is it possible to decompile/unuglify back the file into separate modules as it used to b...
Aloha, Stackoverflow.  I frequently come across web applications, and wonder to myself, "How could I write a script/application which would interface with that?" (purely academic, not for spamming purposes!).   For example, the website Omegl...
The actual algorithm function is:  output[i] = ( (129 * input[i]) XOR input[i-1]) % 256 //input[-1] = 0   There are several solutions to this. The one that is usually done is along the lines of:  var output = [0, 129, 3, 129, 7, 129, 3, 129, 15, 129,...
I am looking for a tool, extension or other utility that would help me reverse engineer a JavaScript/jQuery sequence of event on a third party website. I am trying to achieve something similar on my website, and I want to understand how this was made...

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