Speaker: Mark Roden – PSC Group, Senior Developer
Through this presentation I hope to encourage XPage developers to use CSJS libraries and to highlight the possibilities – we are only limited by what we know and what we think we know – there is always more out there just beyond the horizon if you know where to look for it.
I really appreciate the support and encouragement to speak at MWLUG from my new employer PSC Group.
Google Chrome 27 – now with added voice searching
Wed, May 22nd 2013 9:04a Mark Roden The new Chrome v27 went live today with a new voice search capability using the HTML5 media capabilities the browser asks to use my microphone and when it does it allows you to speak your query rather than type it.
It is similar to the capability which has been in Android Jelly Bean 4.2 for a while now which I find very useful and I am becoming more reliant on it – we still have some accent issue to get over though.
Below is a quick video demonstrating that it still has some hurdles to get [read] Keywords: google
You might have occasion to have a variable declaration purposefully override a desired value. In this example the start will be zero unless the start variable has been declared with and assigned value:
/*..bunch o' code..*/
start = 0
In the following example we have a very simple variable declaration and function:
var msg = "hello world"
If you run this through firebug you get the expected message in the browser