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1. Editing a Google Spreadsheet using PHP and CURL
I wanted to edit a Google spreadsheet, and in particular, change the title of a worksheet – although the same concepts would apply to any kind of spreadsheet edit. I am using PHP and since there’s no client API for this, I am building up the HTTP requests using CURL. This was a nightmare
Web Development » PHP » General
Jonathan Cardy Updated: 8 Mar 2013
Rating: 5.00/5 (1 vote)
2. Fun is Justification Enough
It’s taken me a long time to realize that as long as I enjoy sitting writing the code, that’s the only justification I need. Anything else is a bonus.
Development Lifecycle » Work Issues » Pro Developer
Jonathan Cardy Updated: 21 Feb 2013
Rating: 4.67/5 (6 votes)
3. The Slow Death of Bookmarklets
The Content Security Policy specification, a technology to prevent cross-site scripting attacks, has advanced from Working Draft to Candidate Recommendation. Which is a good thing, but unfortunately has the side effect that bookmarklets are going to stop executing on any web page that implements it.
Web Development » Client side scripting » General
Jonathan Cardy Updated: 20 Nov 2012
Rating: 5.00/5 (1 vote)
4. JavaScript Anonymous Functions
Some of the pro's and con's of using anonymous functions in JavaScript.
General Reading » Uncategorised Technical Blogs » General
Jonathan Cardy Updated: 10 Jun 2011
Rating: 4.00/5 (1 vote)
5. Undocumented changes to jQuery “andSelf”
How to fix a bug caused by a change to the andSelf function.
Web Development » Client side scripting » General
Jonathan Cardy Updated: 2 Jun 2011
Rating: 4.00/5 (1 vote)
6. Converting between jQuery Deferred and Rx Observable
A guide to conversion between Rx and Deferred
Web Development » Client side scripting » General
Jonathan Cardy Updated: 16 May 2011
Rating: 5.00/5 (2 votes)

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