Wednesday, October 24th, 2007

SomeTests: Take an Ajax quiz with an Ajax app

Category: GWT, Showcase

SomeTests is a new GWT application written by Mike D’Amour that lets you create tests and quiz your friends.

Will Gorman sent us his Ajax libraries quiz, and Mike’s own GWT test.

Sometests

Posted by Dion Almaer at 6:44 am
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and??? wheres my damn result? i answered all questions. click Yes and then got page with all Q and A, and NO results! shit

Comment by anonymous — October 24, 2007

Sorry, a bunch of you got caught during a server update. I had no idea this was going to get posted today. Everything should be back to normal now. :)

Comment by Mike — October 24, 2007

wow, something useful from Ajaxian!

Comment by tubby — October 24, 2007

question 9 is incorrect:

9. FireBug…
is a Javascript DOM Framework
is a Javascript Editor
is Firefox’s Bug Database
is a Javascript Widget Framework

the answer is “none of the above – it’s a testing tool, damnit”

Comment by Kae Verens — October 24, 2007

Kae,

I based the answer to that question off of FireBug’s website:
“…Firebug integrates with Firefox to put a wealth of development tools at your fingertips while you browse. You can edit, debug, and monitor CSS, HTML, and JavaScript live in any web page…”
But now that I’ve actually downloaded and ran it, I see that there is no editor included. Sorry about that! I’ve updated the question.

Will

Comment by Will — October 24, 2007

Pretty fun quiz, though I don’t get what the checkboxes next to the questions are for.

Comment by Scriptor — October 24, 2007

Phewww, around 70%, will I be excluded from Ajaxian?
Those 3rd party libraries are killing me!!!

Comment by Stoicho — October 24, 2007

For #15, wouldn’t all the answers be correct or are we using the price is right rules?

Comment by Jared — October 24, 2007

According to the test the XMLHttpRequest object is not the only cross-browser clientside way for making (a)sync server requests. Are they referring to IE’s proprietary ActiveX alternatives? Because they are not cross-browser (unless we are counting between browser versions…). My score was 70%, not bad, not great either :)

Comment by Anonymous — October 25, 2007

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