The pattern is described by having the following objects…
Ajax requests have been one of the brightest things to happen to the web. It enabled richer applications. Finally the web consortium has agreed on an API to simplify the activity of getting data into a document after it has loaded.
Back in the day we used
XMLHttpRequest() - but different browsers had different implementations.
You know what I love? Refactoring.
Found an interesting little problem recently. We had a query we wanted to upgrade for the next release, and added an OR statement to allow us to pre-release the functionality for the new code drop. This had a really big impact on performance and caused lots of issues.
When we investigated it turns out that OR queries in a join are really expensive. Consider the following statement.
After moving our repos from svn to git, we’ve need to rename some of the branches - a simple way of grouping up logical branches.
We have the following naming conventions for our branches.