Monthly Archives: July 2009

jQuery Plug-ins for Checkboxes and Disabling Inputs

Here are 3 helper jQuery functions from my ever-mutating util.js file. jQuery.check(); – Checks or unchecks a checkbox input field based on the boolean you pass it. Very simple, but a handy shortcut. Does not trigger any events like click … Continue reading

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Good-bye Lo-Fi Art, Hello YouGov

Next week I’ll be leaving Lo-Fi Art to start working for YouGov Polimetrix (aka PMX). For the past couple of years I’ve been consulting with Chris Pitzer mostly as a Python web developer specializing in Django. It will be sad … Continue reading

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I Love Python: ZipFile Edition

For a client web project I needed to create a zip file containing a number of generated XML files. This isn’t something I need to do very often, so I briefly considered just writing the XML files to disk and … Continue reading

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