Category Archives: Programming Languages

Testing Web Apps With Selenium and JavaScript

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It turns out I’ve been making the setup of Selenium 2 (Selenium Server + Webdriver) far too complicated.   As noted in my prior article, getting the client side of the equation setup with Safari is as simple as going to the developer menu and selecting “Allow Remote Automation”. The… Read more »

PHP Autoload and Singleton(ish) Model

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Once every couple of years I take a month off from hacking away at the Store Locator Plus products and delve into some personal projects.  It is a way to learn some new things and try out new techniques without breaking the locator product.   With the locator being my… Read more »

Some jQuery Foo I Learned While “Leveling Up” This Weekend

I am the first to admit that I got on the JavaScript bandwagon a little late.   I was a bit hesitant because of my work with government projects a half-decade ago.   When you work with the US Government you quickly forget the “best of” when coding web apps and instead… Read more »

PHP Can (Still) Be The Worst At Object And Memory Management

More than 5 years after I first started delving into the PHP world thanks to client demands and our first foray into WordPress programming, one universal truth remains the same.   PHP is still one of the worst programming languages I’ve worked with when it comes to both object and memory… Read more »