# JavaScript

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Develop a Gridsome source plugin

One method of importing data into a Gridsome build is to use a source plugin. In this post I'll walk you through how to build one.

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How to generate redirects in Gridsome

I've switched this site from a hosted Wordpress solution, to a static site generated by Gridsome. Here's a brief word on creating redirects for the old post URLs.

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Create Episerver Find index using Puppeteer

Currently working with many clients who utilise Episerver CMS to managed their content. Almost all of then use Episerver Find to index content.

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TypeScript Sublime Text integration

Something interesting has happened in the world of JavaScript development. Of all people, the folk at Microsoft have developed TypeScript.

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jQuery UI Date Picker control issue with .Net

Aye, I do whitter on about jQuery. It's ace. The newly released jQuery UI is pretty special too. One of the many great widgets is the Date Picker control.

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Using jQuery selectors to reference .Net controls

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JavaScript event delegation

As I've mentioned previously I'm creating a dashboard to represent the components in the exchange that I work for. Each component widget on the page has a number of events associated with it. This has become less manageable, the more I add. So I thought about using one delegate to handle all events, and pass on a component reference, and parameters to other functions.

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Consume .Net Web service using jQuery

The JavaScript functionality that is injected into .Net pages seems limited when compared to jQuery. Whilst looking for a way to use jQuery instead of the stock Microsoft client library, I came across an excellent article.

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CodeIgniter and Ajax

I've been asked to create a dashboard for many devices across our network. To display real-time information on each component, I'm thinking of using Web services, and AJAX. Like most aspects of coding, using a framework to do all the heavy lifting, rather than developing your own, is a sensible approach. So today I took a look at jQuery, a JavaScript framework. I have to admit, I'm pretty impressed. It did not take me long to come up with some example code, that degrades well when JavaScript is disabled in the browser.

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