In my last post, I talked about GUIDs and if they were good or bad items to use for Primary Keys, today, lets talk about when we would want to use a GUID.
Month: August 2017
MS SQL GUIDs, Curse or Benefit?
What are the benefits and detriments of having a GUIDs within your database? Can you rely upon them to be truly unique? Are there any hidden “gotcha’s” associated with GUIDs? Today, lets dig into that and find out.
Functional Layouts, the best layout for functions
Let’s talk about Functions again, when I am looking through code, I find it extremely frustrating that I have to roam all throughout the class or file for every couple of minutes and that there is no logical flow or position of the position of the different functions.
Functional Naming Conventions
Writing a function has it’s own challenges, today lets look at one of them I like to call “Who are you” and see if we can come up with an easy way to name our functions so that they are not only memorable but also expressive and self-documenting.
Functional Layouts, the best number of functions
Today, we are going to be talking about some best cases for functional layout and some ways to optimize those functions.
The Unsung Heros of Rich Text Editors II
In my last post I talked about how to make a document or element editable and mentioned about Document.execCommand. Now, I am going to continue the conversation.
The Unsung Heros of Rich Text Editors I
Just recently, I discovered the “hidden magic” of the Rich Text Editor works and wanted to look into it more.