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Linq.js - JavaScript Library Spotlight

Working with and manipulating arrays has always been one of my least favorite aspects of JavaScript development. Ever since I became a professional .NET developer and C# became my language of choice, my distaste for working with arrays in JavaSc...


The Revit API: Creating Your First Add-In

Lately, I've gotten reacquainted with an old friend of mine: the Revit API. Revit is an incredible piece of architectural software from Autodesk, and one of its features is the ability to expand its functionality through the use of add-ins. Revit...


Sorting in JavaScript: Handling Google Chrome's Unstable Sort

(NOTE: There is sample code to go along with this article.) In web applications, a task that often needs to be performed is the sorting of arrays. If you're anything like me, you often use the Array.prototype.sort method to accomplish thi...


Querying the Active Directory

While developing a .NET application, you may find that you need to access data that is stored in the Active Directory (AD). In these cases, if you’re not experienced with querying the AD, you may be tempted to create a copy of the data you need...