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Archive: JavaScript

Testing for Object Types in JavaScript

Kas Thomas

Kas reveals a method of determining object types programmatically. How DO you tell whether the function was passed an Array versus a String?

Developer   February 01, 2001

Forms - More About JavaScript Types

Kas Thomas

Data types are implicit and (to a degree) contextual in JavaScript, which makes life easy on the programmer, for the most part. But there are times when it is helpful or even essential to know whether two variables are of the same type.

Developer   February 01, 2001

JavaScript Quick Tip of the Day

Kas Thomas

Kas illustrates the "arity" function that is used for counting arguments in JavaScript.

Developer   February 01, 2001

Acrobat PDF Forms: A Step-by-step Introduction

Ted Padova

Ted Padova, author of the Acrobat PDF Bible, provides a detailed (17 parts) step-by-step guide on creating and using Acrobat PDF Forms. Many of the resources and examples cited in his article are also available for download.

Developer   February 01, 2001

JavaScript - Unduplicating a List of Names

Kas Thomas

Kas discusses the Associative array concept in JavaScript and how it can be utilised to remove duplicate entries in a list.

Developer   February 01, 2001

Forms - The Importance of Initial Conditions

Kas Thomas

It's usually a good idea to initialize variables with sane values as soon as they are created (and sanity-check incoming argument values before using them). Intialize your form fields to rational values. Don't just leave them blank or zero. If you do, you don't know what kind of nonsense might happen.

Developer   January 20, 2001

Doc discovery more difficult in Acrobat 5.0.5

Kas Thomas

Kas Thomas opines why the unexplained 'crippling' of the activeDocs property for Acrobat JavaScript with Adobe Systems' recently updated 5.0.5 version is a setback for developers.

Developer   January 02, 2001

Associative arrays and JavaScript - Part 5

Kas Thomas

Kas Thomas explores the world of associative arrays and JavaScript.

Developer   November 01, 2000

Thoughts on Adobe Acrobat Plug-in Development

Kas Thomas

In this piece in our Developers section, Kas Thomas shares some thoughts and experiences about Adobe Acrobat plug-in development, the Acrobat SDK and a variety of other related topics on his mind.

Developer   October 17, 2000

Pondering Acrobat's Future

Kas Thomas

Kas Thomas reflects on where he thinks Acrobat and PDF are headed, and on where they fit in the greater communications technology picture. Agree or disagree? Post your thoughts on the future of PDF in the Planet PDF Forum!

Enterprise & Government   October 03, 2000

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Adding a PDF Stamp Comment

OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.