I got problems Sometimes I’m not sure what I enjoy doing more, writing code or working with build tools. I recently went on a caffeine fueled bender trying to figure out how to best solve a problem that I run into all too often. Managing changes and fixes in my codebase along all my projects.
Today is a pretty sweet deal at Manning Publications where you can get all ebooks for half price using code dotd1216au. This of course will also work for my book, ArcGIS Web Development. Other titles I would recommend are PostGIS In Action 2nd Edition and Location-Aware Apps. Thanks for looking!
I’m writing a book. I’ve been somewhat quiet on this project for the past few months aside from some folks who have been gracious enough to review some of my content and make sure I wasn’t completely off the rails on certain items, but earlier this year I began the task of writing a book
I see questions pop up once in a while about building a dynamic popup, but excluding some fields from showing up or adding a hyperlink. The classic way to do this is to write up the content of your popup ahead of time. There are a couple of examples of this in the developer samples.
A thousand steps to nowhere… I think the first programming language I really started writing code in was Visual Basic 6. I had done some scripting previously in AutoCAD for simple things and I had done some VBA in Office, but VB6 was when I first wrote stuff that was taken seriously (sorta). I remember