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  68. When I got started with React, over two years ago now, we had the JSX compiler tools. All you had to do was load this JavaScript library into your HTML file, along with the React JavaScript library i ...
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  84. Who&#8217;d be an AngularJS Developer? Well, quite a lot of people if the stats are to be believed! But oh Lordie, they really seem to be having a really rough time it with the upgrade to Angular 2. I' ...
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  105. <dc:creator>Michael Brown</dc:creator>
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  121. <dc:creator>Michael Brown</dc:creator>
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  128. <title>NodeJS posting data to Domino</title>
  129. <pubDate>Sat, 13 Aug 2016 17:09:17 +1100</pubDate>
  130. <description>
  131. <![CDATA[
  132. So recently, I was working on project that was not domino based, but rather used web tools and Rest APIs. What a breath of fresh air! SublimeText, NodeJS, EsLint and all that other webbie-type good ...
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  136. <category>NodeJS</category>
  137. <dc:creator>Michael Brown</dc:creator>
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  145. <pubDate>Sat, 25 Jun 2016 14:22:42 +1100</pubDate>
  146. <description>
  147. <![CDATA[
  148. I've just released my seventh npm package, array.prototype.pureSplice(). FYI, my seven packages now have over 2, 000 downloads per month, combined. Okay, that may not be in the same league as ReactJ ...
  149. ]]>
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  152. <category>npm</category>
  153. <dc:creator>Michael Brown</dc:creator>
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  163. <![CDATA[
  164. If you're using Git for your source control (and really, if not, why not?), then seeing what branch you're currently working on is a rather important feature! Sadly, it's not one that's built into th ...
  165. ]]>
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  177. <pubDate>Sun, 27 Mar 2016 11:14:36 +1100</pubDate>
  178. <description>
  179. <![CDATA[
  180. From my Github account. I've set up a boilerplate repository that shows how to use the KendoUI Pro widget system with Webpack module loader and ES6 modules. I discovered that Kendo is AMD compliant ...
  181. ]]>
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  184. <category>JavaScript</category>
  185. <dc:creator>Michael Brown</dc:creator>
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  192. <title>Array.prototypemove - another new npm package</title>
  193. <pubDate>Wed, 9 Mar 2016 19:18:25 +1100</pubDate>
  194. <description>
  195. <![CDATA[
  196. That's my fourth npm package, for anybody counting! It adds an Array method (to the Array's prototype, yikes!) that allows you to move an element of that array from one index to another. Syntax T ...
  197. ]]>
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  200. <category>npm</category>
  201. <dc:creator>Michael Brown</dc:creator>
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  208. <title>Web server for Chromebook</title>
  209. <pubDate>Mon, 29 Feb 2016 20:39:51 +1100</pubDate>
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  211. <![CDATA[
  212. I tend to use my Chromebook for web development when I'm on the road, or ferry in my case! I have $2000 Macbook Pro, which I love, but I'm usually too scared to take it too many places. My $330 Chro ...
  213. ]]>
  214. </description>
  215. <link>http://www.browniesblog.com/A55CBC/blog.nsf/dx/chromebook-webserver.html</link>
  216. <category>Web</category>
  217. <dc:creator>Michael Brown</dc:creator>
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  224. <title>Steam Link and Controller shipping to Australia now!</title>
  225. <pubDate>Sun, 27 Dec 2015 12:15:10 +1100</pubDate>
  226. <description>
  227. <![CDATA[
  228. ... and possibly in other countries too. I&#8217;ve been after one of Valve&#8217;s new Steam Link devices and one of their Steam Controllers for ages now. It was initially released in the USA only and whenever ...
  229. ]]>
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  231. <link>http://www.browniesblog.com/A55CBC/blog.nsf/dx/steamlinkaustralia.html</link>
  232. <category>Steam</category>
  233. <dc:creator>Michael Brown</dc:creator>
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  240. <title>Parallel Ajax calls</title>
  241. <pubDate>Sat, 10 Oct 2015 17:23:17 +1100</pubDate>
  242. <description>
  243. <![CDATA[
  244. Some time ago (4+ years, yikes!) I wrote a post called Getting around Domino&#8217;s Ajax lookup restrictions. In that post I outlined a way of breaking up a big Ajax call into a number of smaller ones, u ...
  245. ]]>
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  247. <link>http://www.browniesblog.com/A55CBC/blog.nsf/dx/parallel-ajax-calls.html</link>
  248. <category>jQuery</category>
  249. <dc:creator>Michael Brown</dc:creator>
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  256. <title>bindAll function for ES6 classes</title>
  257. <pubDate>Mon, 14 Sep 2015 20:48:32 +1100</pubDate>
  258. <description>
  259. <![CDATA[
  260. I've written a simple JavaScript function to bind multiple methods to an ES6 class's 'this' object. Problem The problem is that an ES6/ES2015 class method's context is not autobound to the class's ...
  261. ]]>
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  263. <link>http://www.browniesblog.com/A55CBC/blog.nsf/dx/es6bindall-function.html</link>
  264. <category>NPM</category>
  265. <dc:creator>Michael Brown</dc:creator>
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  271. <item>
  272. <title>ReactJS list sorting with jQuery-ui</title>
  273. <pubDate>Sun, 30 Aug 2015 12:50:39 +1100</pubDate>
  274. <description>
  275. <![CDATA[
  276. Overview A simple, sortable list implemented using ReactJS and jQuery-ui's sortable() method. Background Although there's a number of drag and drop modules for ReactJS, they all seem to use the ...
  277. ]]>
  278. </description>
  279. <link>http://www.browniesblog.com/A55CBC/blog.nsf/dx/react-jqueryui-sort.html</link>
  280. <category>Javascript</category>
  281. <dc:creator>Michael Brown</dc:creator>
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  287. <item>
  288. <title>Windows 10 install.  How things have changed...not!</title>
  289. <pubDate>Thu, 30 Jul 2015 17:50:19 +1100</pubDate>
  290. <description>
  291. <![CDATA[
  292. I'm attempting to install Windows 10, more fool me. Sadly, I downloaded a game from Steam recently - Wolfenstein The New Order since you ask - that only works on Windows 64-bit! It seems that there' ...
  293. ]]>
  294. </description>
  295. <link>http://www.browniesblog.com/A55CBC/blog.nsf/dx/windows10-install.html</link>
  296. <category></category>
  297. <dc:creator>Michael Brown</dc:creator>
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  304. <title>Basic React Tutorial - Part 2</title>
  305. <pubDate>Sat, 18 Apr 2015 15:05:33 +1100</pubDate>
  306. <description>
  307. <![CDATA[
  308. As threatened in my previous post, Basic ReactJS Tutorial, I've now updated my sample ReactJS checkboxes app into "a kind of questions and answers, survey form thing". This post will walk through th ...
  309. ]]>
  310. </description>
  311. <link>http://www.browniesblog.com/A55CBC/blog.nsf/dx/reactjs_tutorial2.html</link>
  312. <category>JavaScript</category>
  313. <dc:creator>Michael Brown</dc:creator>
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