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n8      &nbsp;n8      I am a Web Developer working for <a class=" external" href=
 >"http://www.unitekglobalservices.com/" title="http://www.unitekgl
 >obalservices.com/">UniTek Global Services</a>. &nbsp;Prior to thi
 >s, I worked on the Software Management team at Bristol-Myers Squi
 >bb as a Data Analyst II. &nbsp;I specialize in JavaScript and JSc
 >ript (Windows Script Host) programming.
nn10    <h3 id="jPaq_-_Fully_Customizable_JavaScript/JScript_Library"
 >>
11      jPaq - Fully Customizable JavaScript/JScript Library
12    </h3>
t11      I am a Web Developer working for <a class=" external" href=t14      I recently created a new library called <a class=" external
>"http://www.unitekglobalservices.com/" title="http://www.unitekgl>" href="http://jpaq.org/" title="http://jpaq.org/">jPaq</a>. &nbs
>obalservices.com/">UniTek Global Services</a>. &nbsp;I am also th>p;I created this library to establish an easy way for web develop
>e creator of <a class=" external" href="http://www.jPaq.org/" tit>ers to download the cross-browser code that they need. &nbsp;The 
>le="http://www.jpaq.org/">jPaq</a>, a new, fully customizable Jav>big difference between jPaq and other JavaScript libraries is the
>aScript/JScript library.> fact that you you can download your own build that only contains
 > the object, classes, and functions that you need. &nbsp;Unlike i
 >ts predecessor JXtension, jPaq is designed to supplement other Ja
 >vaScript libraries, not replace them. &nbsp;The other advantage t
 >hat this library has over its predecessor is the fact that jPaq i
 >s fully documented on the web. &nbsp;Lastly, if you like to use V
 >isual Studio 2008 or higher to develop your applications, you can
 > reference the VS-Doc version of your build to see the IntelliSen
 >se information for jPaq.

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