Jarvis Pizzeria Serves cookies pizza

We proudly present a new flavor in our assortment: Cookies Pizza. Using cookies to save user preferences / user input from the UI.

This blog is a summary of the original blog as described on the blog of my Jarvis colleague Rick.

Rick’s post will be looking into two examples of using cookies when baking pizza. The first is a hard save of information through a save and get button of a webpage, the second is on the fly saving of information on a webpage (saving fields locally in cookies so a user can leave and re-enter a page without losing data). This post will also include dynamically showing and hiding table columns, as well as using the afterNavigate event.

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Jarvis Pizzeria is back again

Jarvis Pizzeria is back after closing their doors for more than a year ago by now.

Because the OIC projects were not up for grabs in recent years, and it has not been easy to join one of those scarce projects, Jarvis Pizzeria had closed its doors in June 2018, it now appears to be temporary. In the meantime the entire Jarvis team went its own way, with everyone facing new challenges.

Recently OIC projects start to pop-up on several places in the Netherlands. in June 2019 I started working as an OIC developer on one of these projects, a large / prestigious project. The direct consequence of this is that Jarvis Pizzeria has also reopened its doors. After two months of preparation, this is the first blog in a new series of Jarvis Pizzeria blogs.

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