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Storing STC results using JavaScript – Ookla Speedtest Custom

for Ookla (Speedtest.net) on Browser Networking JavaScript

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To help with proving a popular use case, we provided a code sample written in PHP to help demonstrate how data could be exchanged from JavaScript to a SQL database.

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Using browser networking tools to troubleshoot client-side errors – Ookla Speedtest Custom

for Ookla (Speedtest.net) on Browser Networking JavaScript

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As Ookla release the beta version of their HTML5 client, many of their customers (networking engineers) had trouble understanding how to debug and troubleshoot unexpected results. We used this opportunity to teach these users about the built-in DevTool's Networking features that are often overlooked.

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How Do I Upgrade to Speedtest Custom from NetGauge? – Ookla Speedtest Custom

for Ookla (Speedtest.net) on CSS3/HTML5 Browser Networking JavaScript

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Many of Ookla's licensed vendors were using the legacy Flash technology that was quickly becoming discontinued and blocked by security enhancements to major browsers. Our major effort involved helping ISPs and other networking vendors understand the new technology involved and provided high-level tutorials to help ensure that their plan to update their website would go as smoothly as possible.

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Passing Test Results To The Browser – Ookla Speedtest Custom

for Ookla (Speedtest.net) on CSS3/HTML5 JavaScript

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Ookla's Speedtest Custom provided automatic storage of test results hosted in the online reporting dashboard for each license, however sometimes users needed to capture more information than we provided by the licensed features. To help with customer use cases, the JavaScript client leveraged the browser's Window.postMessage() method to enable safe cross-origin communication between the client's test instance and their self-hosted desired database.

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Canvas Dots on Mouse Events


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Just a simple demo using the browser Canvas API used to draw graphics on a web page via JavaScript. Dots are created and highlighted by interacting with mouse (or touch) events.

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Content Management - NinjaTrader 8 Help Guide


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As a Product Manager for NinjaTrader, one of my core day to day responsibilities was maintaining the online help content aimed at an audience of both financial day traders and C# developers.

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Matthew Hendricks

Content Management Systems and Documentation