LotusLearns reposted my entire article on watermark.js without my consent and even though there is a link back to the blog I take great exception to this unethical behaviour. The fact that there is adverts on this site and someone else may make money out of my content is gawling.
I copy other people’s ideas and code all the time and then re-purpose them with my own, new ideas. That is how we evolve culturally.
Look at my article and you will how to appropriately credit other people for their work. Ethically it is the right thing to do and I would expect anyone to do the same with my content.
I always link to the original with a comment and a name
I never copy and paste content without stating as such
I do not claim the idea as my own.
Lotus Learns has crossed the line with my blog content and many other people’s content and needs to be stopped.
I have reported it and so should you if you are affected
Web Components – Entering the ShadowDOM….
Wed, Jul 9th 2014 9:18p Mark Roden Web Components – the future
You should first ground yourself on Web Components and read this article on Web Components and concepts, ShadowDOM, imports, templates, custom elements by Todd Motto.
Then listen to this Podcast (thanks to Steve for pointing it out) - Web Components with Peter Gasston
Once you have read/listened you will have some idea and concept about Web Components and how they are the future…..
But what I wanted to show briefly was how to enable the ShadowDOM in C [read] Keywords: agent
Hi Chicago – what changed?
Wed, Jul 2nd 2014 7:16a Mark Roden Well it has been on the cards now for 6 months but we finally did it. My family and I moved from Virginia to Chicago and I have started working out of the PSC office in Schaumburg, IL.
I was asked nearly 18 months ago if I would consider moving, but for mostly family reasons it took a year or so to organize and agree this was the right thing to do for my career and just as importantly for the family. Working at home has been wonderful for the past two years. But it was also a little limiting [read] Keywords: office
Angular.js in XPages #5 – Routing
Sun, May 25th 2014 6:52p Mark Roden In this article I will show how angular using routing to create a bookmarkable URL string and how that fits together with additional controllers. This will start us on the path to creating our basic CRUD application. This article is based on the Routing and Multiple views tutorial
Way back when the world was young (in internet terms a couple of years ago), when single page apps were all the rage, it was noticed that there was a significant drawback to only having one URL index.html; [read] Keywords: ibm
jQuery Promises – Taking action .when() multiple ajax calls are complete
Wed, May 7th 2014 6:52p Mark Roden jQuery.when() – “Provides a way to execute callback functions based on one or more objects, usually Deferred objects that represent asynchronous events”
Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to know when two ajax calls are both complete – and then process the data returned from both, at the same time ?
Off the top of my head I would normally achieve this using a callback – and I have done so in some of my ExtJS in XPage [read] Keywords: xpages ajax