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By Matt Mombrea
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Error handling and feedback for AJAX requests can be a tedious undertaking for JavaScript heavy web applications. Often the AJAX functions are spread out in your code and, if you’re like me, you may put off error handling until late in the game. In a significant web project we’re wrapping up, we were struggling to … Continue reading "Global AJAX…

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By Jon Nalewajek
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If you have ever worked on an iOS 5 application and came across a strange issue adding objects to a NSOrderedSet that is part of a NSManagedObject, you are not alone. This bug was reported on Open Radar on September 13, 2011, and was still reproducible in the latest versions of iOS5. Setting up the … Continue reading "NSInvalidArgumentException with…

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By Jon Nalewajek
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Earlier this week, I had the honor of sitting in as a panelist for a discussion on mobile marketing hosted by the Advertising Club of Buffalo. The talk, titled “Mobile Marketing: What is it and how we can utilize it?” focused on: Types of mobile strategies that companies could use as effective marketing tools The best … Continue reading "Mobile Marketing:…

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By Cypress North
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It’s always fun when I get to share two of our favorite things here at Cypress North: a brand new shiny website and great search traffic results. The second is a result of the first, but we’ll get into that later. New Website for Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus We”ll start with the new website. We’re … Continue reading "Buffalo Niagara…

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By Cypress North
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Last month we launched a fully customized e-commerce shopping cart platform for CustomZilla.com, a drinkware solutions company that makes custom mugs and personalized glasses for brands and people. CustomZilla’s mission is to make custom products accessible to everyone. CustomZilla does everything from printing your logo on a wide selection of coffee mugs to engraving your … Continue reading "Cypress North…

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By Matt Mombrea
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I’ve written previously on how to handle AJAX requests for Internet Explorer but recently we came across a strange issue where the requests were being aborted by IE before the response was finished being delivered. Using Fiddler and Firebug, we were able to see that the request was being made properly, and even the response … Continue reading "Internet Explorer…

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