I know there are some words you should avoid using when writing PHP. Words that are predefined functions and variables. Such as “load. ” Does anyone know a website that lists these words (so I know what to avoid)? And can they easily explain why you should not use them (so I can explain this to someone)?
I’m interested in getting a small web application started fairly quickly. This web app might change quickly or need to scale up.
At the same time, my day job requires I learn Java EE. I am already experienced with Java SE. So it seems natural to use Java EE both at work and in my web project, except I’m concerned about getting this done quickly (in a couple months).
Should I learn Ruby on Rails to start my project, or use Java EE? It seems RoR would be quicker, except learning RoR and Java EE at the same time might be a bad idea.
So, should I learn RoR just for my web app, even though I’ll already be learning Java EE at my day job, or might I be more effective focusing on Java EE technology for both?
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1 after() / before()
Sometimes you want to insert something into the DOM, but you donâ€™t have any good hooks to do it with;
prepend() arenâ€™t going to cut it and you donâ€™t want to add an extra element or id. These two functions might be what you need. They allow you to insert elements into the DOM just before or after another element, so the new element is a sibling of the older one.
$('#child').after($('<p />')).text('This becomes a sibling of #child')); $('#child').before($('<p />')).text('Same here, but this is go about #child'));