Category Archives: JavaScript

JavaScript Countdown Timer

I was in search of a JavaScript countdown timer (mainly because I’m too lazy to build it out myself — and because I’m sure millions before me have done the same), but Google wasn’t doing me much good. Most scripts … Continue reading

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JavaScript Tip: Bust and Disable console.log

Here’s a quick and dirty follow-up to my original Save me from console.log errors. The main improvement to this version is that it includes a way to disable console.log (and related functions), for example, in production environments. While console.log is … Continue reading

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[[Prototype]] vs prototype (Peter van der Zee on JSMentors)

Here’s a great explanation (by Peter van der Zee) of the key differences between [[Prototype]] and prototype in JavaScript. It finally makes sense now! Note: to understand this explanation it would help to know what prototype is/does and how it … Continue reading

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JavaScript Tip: Save me from console.log errors

It’s bound to happen. You build yourself a sweet webapp with some sweet javascript action and you unleash it to the world only to get angry emails yelling, “IT DOESn’T WoRK! FIX iT okAy?” And it’s the darndest problem because … Continue reading

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