Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Using JSRender to render a CSS grid layout

This was produced by this code: https://gist.github.com/bshambaugh/c17ff5b1efc8065517bedc398a0c4483

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Link to 2011 Require.js MVC tutorial


From the example below, showing local storage:

http://verekia.com/requirejs/build-simple-client-side-mvc-app-require-js/


Addition (June 17, 2017):




See also jquery templates: https://github.com/BorisMoore/jquery-tmpl ,https://github.com/borismoore/jsrender , https://github.com/janl/mustache.js ... and other template mentioned on http://verekia.com .

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

won: apples to apples - 2nd try

This is an example of one user publishing a need, and another user satisfying it. Screenshots, which become larger upon clicking upon them, are shown. Apples are used for the example.


A client side certificate is asked for. For the meantime, I believe this should be ignored (canceled) as none are valid. However, chosing one could be okay too based on visiting the data folder (and perhaps documentation somewhere). I believe solid.mit.edu uses a similar authentication scheme, although the chosen cert matters to solid (but maybe less so in the future since they are emphasizing OpenIDConnect).


Interestingly, later when I try to download a need with wget, I get complaints about a self signed certificate, so an in-browser complaint does not seem that peculiar. See this gist for an in-browser example:
Note: Apples to Apples is a trademark for a game.

won : want apples & give apples (apples to apples .. 1st try)

Attempted Reconstruction...