Enable SignalR Logging with One Simple Line

It is easy to think that SignalR works within a black box, but if you are deploying JavaScript clients, here is an EASY trick to learning »

Review: Brackets by Adobe

If you asked me two years ago what my primary dev environment was, I'd safely say Visual Studio. Even still, I consider it a Cadillac of »

Named Callbacks in JavaScript

You've been taught bad JavaScript for years and years.  What do I mean?  I'm sure you've written code like this more than once in your career: »

We Want You To Speak at MADExpo 2013

MADExpo is June 24-26 in Hampton, VA.  Think beaches, museums, historical sites, NASA research, theme parks, and great fun at a technical conference! It's that time »

Griff's Year in Review 2012

Another year has come and gone, and now I guess it's time to reflect about what got done. My most popular post of the year was »

Node.js: Using require to load your own files

For a lot of JavaScript developers that are moving over from traditional "browser" development to node.js, they might be casually aware of the require keyword »

Attending DevIntersection? Griff's Picks

Although I don't get the chance to go to many of these large conferences, I enjoy perusing the schedules and seeing what I would attend if »

Debugging node.js Projects

Whenever I talk to people about node.js, I commonly run into the developer who thinks it's great until they need to debug it.  The command »

Why should ASP.NET developers consider SignalR for ALL projects?

The concept of the “static” web went away a long time ago.  When web developers started looking towards jQuery to build “ajax” web applications, we hit »