Fun with Interfaces: Patterns

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Today I had my fifth live stream. The topic was interfaces, and this time I took a different angle at it: patterns. When I polled about live stream topics you’d like to hear about, most of you said “patterns”. So today’s stream covers several patterns and puts them in perspective of interfaces, or the opposite way around, however you like it.

The stream is available on my new http://vjeko.live/ page, and here it is if you hate clicking.

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Overloading Methods With JavaScript Control Add-ins

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Switching from C# to JavaScript to develop your control add-ins might get you scratching your head more often that your scalp, or nails for that matter, might be happy with.

One of those is overloading. In C#, this is a no-brainer:

However, when you want to do that in JavaScript, if you are not a JavaScript developer, making this work is not as straightforward as a regular JavaScript Joe would find it.

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5th rule of agile ERP: interface where possible

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imageOne of the biggest absurdities about ERP systems springs from the very word we use so often when describing ERP: integrated.

ERP is an integrated system: it integrates all data and processes into a single application. Different modules look over different aspects of data and processes, but a change in one module automatically reflects in all others.

A fantastic concept. When it was invented, it streamlined processes, boosted productivity and eliminated overhead and error.

So, whenever a new functionality is needed by a company, it should be integrated into the ERP, to benefit from the integrated system. Right?

Wrong.

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