This is a series of tutorials on WebGL using the three.js library – you may also be interested in Part 1 In my previous post we discussed the history of WebGL and looked at a number of libraries to make working with WebGL as easy as possible. We will be working with the three.js library so… Continue reading WEBGL AND THREE.JS INTRO PART 2
In my last post we looked at different methods to indicate a call to a service that would return JSON was unsuccessful. The conclusion was that we really want to be setting the HTTP status code of the response to indicate a request was unsuccessful. In this post we will look at some possibilities for… Continue reading Thoughts on developing resilient Ajax code (Part 2 – ASP.net MVC)
This sunny afternoon I was writing an ASP.net controller method to return JSON data from a calculation service. As we all know things can always go wrong in code (and not necessarily just because I wrote it!) and this got me thinking about best practice when making and handling Ajax calls. There are a number… Continue reading Thoughts on developing resilient Ajax code (Part 1)
<Disclaimer I am new to Node.js so this represents my current thoughts and additionally much of my development is on a Microsoft platform so I come from this perspective> There is a lot of fuss in the web development community at the moment about Node.js and how it’s going to be the next big thing. Node.js… Continue reading Node.js er what’s it supposed to be used for?