Tag Archives: jQuery

Course Wrap-up: JavaScript: Understanding the Weird Parts

I finished plowing though Anthony Alicea’s Udemy course, JavaScript: Understanding the Weird Parts, and found it to be quite satisfying. To answer the question left hanging yesterday, yes, the course did describe more details of prototype inheritance, and it did … Continue reading

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The Steam Table Form… Finally!

About two months ago I started making a web form that allowed a user to calculate thermodynamic values for saturated water as functions of either temperature and pressure. I got sidetracked for quite a while working on the graphing capability … Continue reading

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