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Localhost SSL Follow-Up

As a follow-up to my last post, I wanted to share a solution I discovered with the help of another developer. is a great way to setup a localhost SSL. They have good documentation and the setup is easy!

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Localhost SSL…what a pain!

I thought I would share some of my pain in working in my dev environment and what I went through in hopes that I might spare someone else my pain…or even better if there is someone out there who has a better solution…let me know. I wanted to install a

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Who are you?

Who are you?

When utilizing forms, it is helpful to use a combination of the ID and name attributes, I typically name and ID my form and nearly all of my form fields so it is easy to manage them programmatically. Here is an example:

Accessing via ID or Name As you can

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Folder in the Trash


GIGO…Garbage In Garbage Out. This is a term that can sometimes be associated with data. Let’s face it, data is the lifeblood of any organization. In today’s marketplace, data analytics and data mining help organizations meet the needs of their clientele. So…that data needs to be protected to the utmost.

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stop hand

Forms…how do they work?

In nearly every web application, you will build a form of some kind. There are a lot of moving parts with forms. So I thought I would spend a post discussing those parts…or at least parts of those parts. Process So how does this whole form process work? At its

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math functions

Round and Round

Math…I know…some of you are letting our a collective groan. Let’s face it, not all of us like math, but it is necessary and can be very helpful in developing applications. Fortunately, JavaScript has some built in Math methods to assist us. PI – returns 3.14…. round() – round floating

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