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HTML5 History API

Moving from page to page is typically well-handled in the browser. The browser stores information from previously visited pages and will redirect the user back if needed. In a recent project, I found that this wouldn't be so easy. The content of my project was loaded using Ajax. The problem with Aja...

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MeteorJS

Recently, I attended a MeteorJS Meetup group in Burlington, VT. During this talk, I was able to acquaint myself with both the existing frameworks that Javascript has to offer and the potential that these newer ones are bringing to the field. I have been told time and time again that Javascript is mo...

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About me

My name is Jordan Vartanian. I am a backpacker, photographer and front-end developer specializing in HTML5, CSS3 and Javascript. Two years ago, I graduated from Cornell University with a degree in Atmospheric Science. During my time there, I studied data-modeling using Python. This was my first tast...

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Hello World!

Hi all!  This is my first blog post, and I thought I should dedicate this post to introducing myself and what I hope to do here.My name is Jordan Vartanian and I am a 2013 graduate of Cornell University.  During my Junior/Senior year, I spent much of my free time working at a few internshi...

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