Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Using Parameters in Desktop Gadget Programming

Posted by Teodor Filimon, Gadget Developer

Whether the gadget you're building is simple or complex, parameters can make a big improvement in your programming process. Not only do parameters help you isolate constants (avoiding invasive changes to your code when assumptions change), but you can separate them into their own .js script file.

For more about this subject, including implementation details and possible immediate and long-term uses, see my latest article, Using Parameters in Desktop Gadget Programming.

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