I recently worked on a project with a super dull address form. I figured out that we need to help poor users fill tedious forms, so I made a little code snippet/function which gets the postcode and returns the state. I took postcode ranges from wikipedia , so blame them if something isn’t working as expected.
From time to time we could breach max_input_vars restriction. Which basically limittation for server which allows only limited number of input server to reach out server. Usually this number is around 1000. In this short tutorial I will describe, how to easily avoid this problem.
It’s my third post in “alternatives” series – this time i looked for something nicer then Angular . Apparently Angular went the same path like all good and slim solutions. It’s getting slower and bigger. With this type of framework we have at least couple of options:
Recently I’m looking for easier versions of popular libraries. There is a lot of buzz around Facebook React.js library, but i found it not especially user / developer friendly – at least at first glitch. Obviously some people says that it’s not so complicated, but… there is something super simple and super light – Riot.js .