Don’t add hacks, make features!

Synopsis: Use SQL and  a bit (sorry) of bit comparison to create a “Feature Framework” Is there a good way to add what amounts to nothing more than a HACK to your application? Probably not, but there are ways to mitigate the damage. I was recently given the task of modifying a well-designed client-server application […]

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IE9, iframes, cookies and Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P)

Synopsis: IE blocks cookies from third-party iframes. A few weeks ago,  a client requested that we/I create an  integration with an existing application they had been using.  The functionality provided by the existing application duplicated the functionality we currently provide, but the client was adamant that they could not change their business process.  So, we […]

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