Posts Tagged ‘JavaScript’

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Retrieval of different datatypes with formContext Data Objects on Model driven (Dynamics 365) Forms

This article is dedicated to retrieving different data values available on Dataverse tables using client-side scripts such as JavaScript. This technic would be very helpful to extend model-driven form out-of-box functionality to meet the real-time business requirement, such as implementing complex business rules validations, making form fields hide/show, manipulating datatypes values, and many more. Now […]

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Katalon – Custom Keyword For JavaScript Executioner

In Katalon, users can set additional keywords to increase the functionality of Katalon Studio in addition to the built-in keywords. Like other built-in keywords, custom keywords can be used in test cases once developed. Users can expand keywords and reuse them across projects thanks to this capability. Assume that you want to execute the JavaScript […]

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Remote validation in ASP.NET MVC without using jQuery

In this blog, we will implement remote validation by making an ajax call to the server without using jQuery; we will achieve this using vanilla JavaScript. What is the purpose of remote validation? Here’s an explanation: Often, user inputs must be checked against a database to see if it already exists. We need to validate […]

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Client-side scripting with Formcontext UI Object on Model Driven App (Dynamics 365 )

This article will look at the implementation of client side scripts on Microsoft Dynamics 365 using a model-driven approach, which provides additional benefits on the UI level and allows us to easily access Form UI properties such as tabs, sections, fields and access, security role, complex validations and so on. So, here in Dynamics 365, […]

Applying Bright Paths Knowledge: Five Program Graduates Discuss Their Custom Applications

Our Bright Paths Program is designed to advance STEM education and career opportunities for underrepresented constituencies and communities while closing the gap in technology. Perficient created Bright Paths in partnership between Perficient and Strayer University’s Hackbright Academy, a coding bootcamp and engineering program designed for women, as well as Devmountain, a design and coding bootcamp […]

Three Bright Paths Graduates Explain Why They Applied to the Program

Interested in a career in tech? Consider applying to Perficient’s Bright Paths Program. At Perficient, we’re committed to bringing more diverse insights and skillsets into the conversation to drive true innovation forward. Our Bright Paths Program is designed to advance STEM education and career opportunities for underrepresented constituencies and communities while closing the gap in […]

Optimizely – Slot Swapping Bookmarklet

With this solution, if you use the query string to push you to your slot, you can use your bindings for your live domain to view any of your multiple sites from your single instance. So….What is a Bookmarklet? A Bookmarklet is simply a bookmark that has JavaScript in it. For instance, in the most […]

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Bright Paths Students Bring Ingenuity to Custom App Development

Perficient is a company full of unique populations, and we’re committed to investing in resources that develop the skills of our colleagues while embracing diverse perspectives and voices. It’s a commitment that Perficient made to nearly 5,000 colleagues earlier this year through the Perficient People Promise, which promises to champion, challenge, and celebrates every colleague. […]

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Bright Paths Students Demonstrate New Skills with Incredible Variety of Apps

Working in a global digital consultancy, our colleagues thrive on our challenging, fast-paced projects. And over the past twelve weeks, the students in Perficient’s Bright Paths program surely know a thing or two about fast-paced project execution! Within mere weeks, 22 women are in the final stages of completing a Perficient-sponsored coding bootcamp in Detroit; […]

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Generator Functions in JavaScript

If you’ve been a JavaScript developer for some time and heard about ECMAScript 6 (ES6) concepts, then you must have come across generator functions. You might be thinking, what are generator functions? Why do we need it? What problems do they solve? We can find the answer, but we have to take a step back […]

How to Show/Hide HTML Elements by Only Using CSS

The ability to show/hide an HTML element should be simple enough, right? Well, we can use some HTML attributes and JavaScript functions if we want to, but what if we want to do perform this task without using JavaScript. Is it possible? Yes, it is possible. We can do it with just CSS. Yes, you […]

Choosing Between Ternaries or && in JSX

There is always the question that runs in the mind of developers, do I choose ternaries or logical && to use in React? Personally, I always prefer logical && over ternaries to handle the truth condition. Let me explain why. Just a few days ago, I was writing the following React code: import React from […]

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