JavaScript

Jenkins Scripts

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2014-05-29

Jenkins Scripts, is a collection of my scripts that enhance Jenkins. This includes filtering views (quick search), syntax highlighting for Bash (Linux shell) and grouping job parameters (dynamic show/hide).

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PolyCalc

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2014-03-20

PolyCalc, is a polyfill library that allows using calc function in CSS. This allows using expressions like width: calc(100% - 150px). Yes, in CSS. Thanks to this you can set width of one element to fill almost whole page leaving static space for a sidebar or e.g. make text input scalable and put action button beside it.

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WebCompass

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2014-04-12
compass

Earlier this year I wrote an article about HTML compass madnessRecently, I had to work on this a bit more to make the code more stable and universal... and so WebCompass project was born. It's now not only purely in-browser compass but can also use PhoneGap API if available. This way it will use a native compass in a more direct manner which should make it more accurate and greatly simplifies calibration.

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JobSchEd

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2010-09-08

JobSchEd is a MediaWiki extension that provides a user interface for editing something you might call an activities calendar or a job schedule. The extension can also be cofigured so that current user is automatically shown on the list so that he/she can start adding their vacation immediately.

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JSWikiGantt

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2010-08-27

JSWikiGantt is a MediaWiki extension taht aims to allow adding Gantt charts (diagrams) to wiki pages without the need of exporting diagrams to PNG. This is achieved by allowing users to add simple XML definition of diagrams in tag. Currently only one diagram per page is allowed (which is due to the limitations of the original JSGantt).

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GoogleFormAnalysis

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2013-08-14

GoogleFormAnalysis, is a typical project that was made because it was not available ;-). I just haven't found any tools for analyzing Google Forms. Although you can view final charts, there is no way to filter, nor to group data. GFA gives you this missing functionalities.

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m.enux.pl

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2014-01-02

My mobile webapps index. The index contains some practical tools (for everbody to use) along with some test and demo pages (for programmers).

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