Monthly Archives: September 2013

Getting Audio File Information With HTML’s File API And Audio Element

I’ve been cranking out features and capabilities on SignalLeaf for just over a month now, and it’s ever so close to being ready for some public beta testing. I do have one alpha tester, though. John Sonmez is slowly moving … Continue reading 

Posted in audio, FileAPI, HTML5, Javascript, JQuery, SignalLeaf | 6 Comments

Consistency Problems With APIs In JavaScript Promise Libraries

Promises are a powerful way to handle asynchronous code in JavaScript. They give us a lot of opportunity to clean up code, and to write code that can register work to be done when the promise is resolved, whether or … Continue reading 

Posted in Async, Javascript, JQuery, NodeJS, Promises, Qjs, RSVPjs, User Experience, WinJS | 10 Comments

Making Heroku Run A NodeJS App From A Sub-Folder

Both SignalLeaf and a project I’m building for my day job at Kendo UI are running on NodeJS/ExpressJS servers, deployed to Heroku. I love Heroku and have been using it for a good number of years now. It makes deploying … Continue reading 

Posted in Deployment, ExpressJS, Heroku, Javascript, JSON, KendoUI, NodeJS, SignalLeaf | 4 Comments