Tag Archives: jquery

Recently we noticed that conversion rates on Internet Explorer are quite low. Internet Explorer was converting at just .30% compared to 1.5% for Safari, Chrome, and mobile. I’ve blogged before on how Google Analytics can assist developers in finding bugs and once again GA had saved the day or at least pointed to an issue. Unfortunately this bug had […]

I had an interesting problem recently that required I re-order some DOM elements without doing a remove and replace. The existing implementation had a bug involving some filtering based on html attributes and I wanted to avoid rewriting some legacy code. Typically you would do something like this:

The problem is you are replacing […]

On break the other day I had a thought: “Why not log all activity in our web application with Google Analytics”. These coffee-break thoughts are quite common for me and sometimes they turn out to be more than caffeine-fueled delusion.  Now this is a b2b application and you generally wouldn’t think about such a thing […]

I like datatables and use it a lot at work. I’ve used datatables so much that I’ve written a CakePHP plugin for it, creatively named CakePHP-Datatables. Documentation on creating plugins is a little rough though. It took me quite some time to write my first one, so I decided to give a little back, and take you through creating […]

I really do enjoy optimizing applications. Up until this project most of my experience was in MySQL and PHP optimizations so optimizing a client side application written in JavaScript is a new challenge for me. The product I am blogging about contains a custom work order entry screen which utilizes the JQuery library extensively. It does […]