Category: Javascript

Great Link: CDN for Angular, Bootstrap, etc.

I was looking for a CDN to use with Bootstrap and Angular, and I found a great resource. ended up doing the trick.  I also learned that you can discover many great Javascript libraries and projects by going through the offerings of different CDNs.  So, with that being said, here is a list of the CDNs that  I discovered:

Just to give you an idea of what I ended up with, here’s part of the <head> of my project.  I used the head javascript library for most of the javascript:

	<link href="//" rel="stylesheet">
	<link href="//" rel="stylesheet">
	<script src="//"></script>
	<link type="text/css" href="css/devtools.css" rel="stylesheet" />	
			function() {
				/* My initialization ... */

If you know of a CDN that I missed, please comment below!


Serverless Download

I have a little time-tracking tool that I have been using to track my billable time.  The program stores everything in the local storage within the browser.  The challenge comes when I want to export or backup the information stored in the browser.  I don’t want to force the user to send the data to my website just so it can turn around and download it back to the user’s hard drive.

Here’s the solution that I came up with:

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Great Links: Web Encryption without SSL

I have been working on getting data transfer encrypted for parts of my website, and I think I have a solution! Rather than encrypt all of the site with an expensive SSL certificate, I am just going to encrypt the AJAX calls.

Here are the resources that I am using:

Do you have any experience with this or anything similar? Comments are welcome!

Update: I am still trying to get it working… Check out my question here.

Update: Here’s a nice link to help with generating the key: OpenSSL Command-Line HOWTO — How do I generate an RSA key?

Update: I haven’t been able to get pidCrypt to work. I found another tool that looks very good called jCryption, but I can’t make it work because my host doesn’t provide the bcMath library. I found a couple more helpful pages here and here.