Can we all agree, for a moment, that language is important? No, not your favorite programming language. I mean human language – the way we communicate meaning and intention. It is important. Without language, semantics and meaning, Apple goosing bubbles orange nerf solos te juggler with ducken butt, and warbles con queso; Am I right? […]
In my current client project, there is a screen where the user must enter a series of date ranges. None of these date ranges can overlap at all. If one does, an error message must be shown on the screen and the selections have to be changed before they can be saved. [image] I looked […]
Someone on twitter asked me a question about promises a while back. It was a good question about the general use of reject and resolve to manage a yes/no dialog box. The short answer is always resolve with a status indicator – but I think they wanted more of the “why” than just this one specific answer. To understand why, there is some background to dig in to, first: modal dialog results and reject vs resolve.
A long time ago, in what seems to be a previous life at this point, I wrote a small blog post about modeling and creating an explicit return value from a dialog form in a Windows application. Fast forward a lifetime and I’m finding that this knowledge and experience is resurfacing itself in my daily […]