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  • Adding Multiple Markers to Google Maps from JSON | In usability we trust
    2012 at 11 58 pm The closure does not work for me I see three markers but only Copenhagen displays an infoWindow Can you please post the entire code as one page Reply Gabriel Svennerberg March 30 2012 at 6 56 am You can always check out the code in the Live Demo Here s a direct link to the js file Cheers Reply Corey Bell March 30 2012 at 12 12 pm Thank you I got it to work I think I had the order mixed up Reply Reza Esa April 18 2012 at 7 35 am I m copy your knowledge thanks for info this very helping for me thanks a lot Reply Seamus Campbell April 20 2012 at 9 20 am Hi I m working through your book which is great btw and trying to use the above example However my base code is ColdFusion I have a query from my database which I can convert to a JSON object with serializeJSON However my format is very different from your example and I can t see how to loop over the json object I have Is there a quick way you can see that I can read it or is there another way I should go My json looks like this COLUMNS BUSINESS NAME LATITUDE LONGITUDE DATA sdfdsf Books 36 890408 121 154751 dsdsdsd Booksellers 14 921735 18 602189 fff ints 17 8451823 195 0541819 Any help gratefully accepted Reply Mike Zin April 27 2012 at 12 34 am Thanks for the elaboration clarification I bought your book last year and highly recommend it Reply Gabriel Svennerberg April 27 2012 at 8 41 am That s nice to hear Thanks for the recommendation Reply riemino May 2 2012 at 8 24 pm Thank you The closure portion was all that I was missing for my feature to work Reply Batowiise May 3 2012 at 4 46 pm I bought your book I want to know how to implement this same feature to read a json file instead of what is currently there Regards Reply Pippo mares May 5 2012 at 12 51 pm that s the SOLUTION thanks Reply Pippo mares May 5 2012 at 12 58 pm but what if I want one info window open on page load I have tried to make a infoWindow on page load and it works but when I click on the markers in the json data a infoWindow at page load stays open b once closed it will not display again that maybe because it only display on pageload how can I solve this Reply Junaid Naseem May 24 2012 at 9 59 am I have used code above and infowindow is not working with Stockholm and Oslo I can only see an infowindow after clicking Copenhagen Could you please let me know that what could be wrong at my end Reply BigusJones May 30 2012 at 5 22 pm Thanks for posting this article It s been very

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  • Adding Multiple Markers to Google Maps from JSON | In usability we trust
    2012 at 11 58 pm The closure does not work for me I see three markers but only Copenhagen displays an infoWindow Can you please post the entire code as one page Reply Gabriel Svennerberg March 30 2012 at 6 56 am You can always check out the code in the Live Demo Here s a direct link to the js file Cheers Reply Corey Bell March 30 2012 at 12 12 pm Thank you I got it to work I think I had the order mixed up Reply Reza Esa April 18 2012 at 7 35 am I m copy your knowledge thanks for info this very helping for me thanks a lot Reply Seamus Campbell April 20 2012 at 9 20 am Hi I m working through your book which is great btw and trying to use the above example However my base code is ColdFusion I have a query from my database which I can convert to a JSON object with serializeJSON However my format is very different from your example and I can t see how to loop over the json object I have Is there a quick way you can see that I can read it or is there another way I should go My json looks like this COLUMNS BUSINESS NAME LATITUDE LONGITUDE DATA sdfdsf Books 36 890408 121 154751 dsdsdsd Booksellers 14 921735 18 602189 fff ints 17 8451823 195 0541819 Any help gratefully accepted Reply Mike Zin April 27 2012 at 12 34 am Thanks for the elaboration clarification I bought your book last year and highly recommend it Reply Gabriel Svennerberg April 27 2012 at 8 41 am That s nice to hear Thanks for the recommendation Reply riemino May 2 2012 at 8 24 pm Thank you The closure portion was all that I was missing for my feature to work Reply Batowiise May 3 2012 at 4 46 pm I bought your book I want to know how to implement this same feature to read a json file instead of what is currently there Regards Reply Pippo mares May 5 2012 at 12 51 pm that s the SOLUTION thanks Reply Pippo mares May 5 2012 at 12 58 pm but what if I want one info window open on page load I have tried to make a infoWindow on page load and it works but when I click on the markers in the json data a infoWindow at page load stays open b once closed it will not display again that maybe because it only display on pageload how can I solve this Reply Junaid Naseem May 24 2012 at 9 59 am I have used code above and infowindow is not working with Stockholm and Oslo I can only see an infowindow after clicking Copenhagen Could you please let me know that what could be wrong at my end Reply BigusJones May 30 2012 at 5 22 pm Thanks for posting this article It s been very

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  • Adding Multiple Markers to Google Maps from JSON | In usability we trust
    2012 at 11 58 pm The closure does not work for me I see three markers but only Copenhagen displays an infoWindow Can you please post the entire code as one page Reply Gabriel Svennerberg March 30 2012 at 6 56 am You can always check out the code in the Live Demo Here s a direct link to the js file Cheers Reply Corey Bell March 30 2012 at 12 12 pm Thank you I got it to work I think I had the order mixed up Reply Reza Esa April 18 2012 at 7 35 am I m copy your knowledge thanks for info this very helping for me thanks a lot Reply Seamus Campbell April 20 2012 at 9 20 am Hi I m working through your book which is great btw and trying to use the above example However my base code is ColdFusion I have a query from my database which I can convert to a JSON object with serializeJSON However my format is very different from your example and I can t see how to loop over the json object I have Is there a quick way you can see that I can read it or is there another way I should go My json looks like this COLUMNS BUSINESS NAME LATITUDE LONGITUDE DATA sdfdsf Books 36 890408 121 154751 dsdsdsd Booksellers 14 921735 18 602189 fff ints 17 8451823 195 0541819 Any help gratefully accepted Reply Mike Zin April 27 2012 at 12 34 am Thanks for the elaboration clarification I bought your book last year and highly recommend it Reply Gabriel Svennerberg April 27 2012 at 8 41 am That s nice to hear Thanks for the recommendation Reply riemino May 2 2012 at 8 24 pm Thank you The closure portion was all that I was missing for my feature to work Reply Batowiise May 3 2012 at 4 46 pm I bought your book I want to know how to implement this same feature to read a json file instead of what is currently there Regards Reply Pippo mares May 5 2012 at 12 51 pm that s the SOLUTION thanks Reply Pippo mares May 5 2012 at 12 58 pm but what if I want one info window open on page load I have tried to make a infoWindow on page load and it works but when I click on the markers in the json data a infoWindow at page load stays open b once closed it will not display again that maybe because it only display on pageload how can I solve this Reply Junaid Naseem May 24 2012 at 9 59 am I have used code above and infowindow is not working with Stockholm and Oslo I can only see an infowindow after clicking Copenhagen Could you please let me know that what could be wrong at my end Reply BigusJones May 30 2012 at 5 22 pm Thanks for posting this article It s been very

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  • Contact | In usability we trust
    form About me My name is Gabriel Svennerberg and I m a UX Designer Frontend Specialist and Author from Sweden More about me I m located in Växjö Sweden but am helping clients around the globe Browse topics Articles Code

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  • The Little Book on CoffeeScript by Alex MacCaw | In usability we trust
    the Microsoft net platform there s several Extensions and NuGet packets available You can also easily run your own complier whatever platform you re on either via Node js Ruby Gem or JavaScript There are probably even more ways What about the book The book is short only 60 pages but manages to clearly explain how to use the language with well explained examples Before reading this book I had not written any CoffeeScript code but I was curious about it It has kept coming up in lots of articles and tutorials lately plus the fact that the creator of CoffeeScript Jeremy Ashkenas is also the creator of Backbone js and Underscore js which are two libraries that I use extensively in my projects Reading this book has given me a nice introduction which have enabled me to quickly get started using it in a project The author Alex MacCaw has a clear writing style and explains the concepts through easy to follow examples that are thoroughly explained which makes the learning experience both enjoyable and efficient My Verdict If you re interested in getting started in CoffeeScript this book is a great and quick way to get you up and running fast Since it s only 60 pages long there s really no reason not to I have a hard time imagining a faster way to get going The Little Book on CoffeeScript is Open Source and you can read it online at GitHub If you prefer to read a the physical book or have it in e book format you can buy a copy from Amazon com or from O Reilly Book information Title The Little Book on CoffeeScript By Alex MacCaw Publisher O Reilly Media January 31 2012 Pages 60 ISBN 1449321054 ISBN 13 978 1449321055 Note

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  • Web apps | In usability we trust
    Map May 24 2008 Gabriel Svennerberg 8 Comments Inspired by an article I ve read on 24 ways I ve built a demo page for using content marked up with microformats to populate a Google Map Unfortunately the demo is in Swedish but I think those of you who doesn t speak Swedish can easily understand it anyway The main concept is to use a list of folksong festivals in

    Original URL path: http://www.svennerberg.com/tag/web-apps/ (2016-04-28)
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  • Design | In usability we trust
    my slides from my talk on World Usability Day The event gathered around 90 people and was held at Visma in Växjö Sweden I ve made the slides publicly available through SlideShare but please note that the Slides are in Swedish Continue reading About me My name is Gabriel Svennerberg and I m a UX Designer Frontend Specialist and Author from Sweden More about me I m located in Växjö

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  • World Usability Day | In usability we trust
    a lunch event where among other things I will talk about Design for Influence The event will start at 12pm and go on for about 1 hour It will be streamed live and you re more than welcome to join us Continue reading World Usability Day 2011 October 31 2011 Gabriel Svennerberg 0 Comments World Usability Day is on November 10 and me and a few other good people are giving a lunch seminar on this years theme Education Designing for Social Change Continue reading Report from World Usability Day November 14 2008 Gabriel Svennerberg 0 Comments On World Usability Day on 13 of November we gathered a bunch of people to put focus on usability The event which we called A nice cup of coffee on Usability Day was held at my former employer Visma Spcs office in Växjö Chris Jangelöv was host for the event Here s some pictures taken by from the event along with some comments The pictures are taken by Ola Karlsson Thanks a lot Ola Continue reading A Nice Cup of Coffe on Usability Day November 10 2008 Gabriel Svennerberg 0 Comments This Thursday November 13 is World Usability Day It s an event that takes place at different locations around the globe each year to put the spotlight on usability in our daily lives Here in Växjö Sweden we re going to celebrate this with a get together where I m going to talk a little about usability in general and a few others are going to talk about specific usability problems and solutions Other than that we re just going to have a nice cup of coffee some cookies and a nice chat The event takes place at Visma Spcs at 15 00 and will last for about one and a half

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