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David Catuhe02/22/13
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Hand.js: a polyfill for supporting pointer events on every browser

How about being able to write a single code base for handling mouse, pen, touch in your web site that will work across all modern browsers? Here is a polyfill that will help you use Pointer Events and offer users a great experience on your site independently of the modern browser they are using.

Hirvesh Munogee02/22/13
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PeerJS — A JavaScript Library For True Peer-To-Peer Data In The Browser

PeerJS is a JavaScript library which acts as a wrapper for WebRTC and allows you to create peer connections very easily. With PeerJS you can create such a connection in just 3 lines of code.

John Cook02/22/13
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Can regular expressions parse HTML or not?

Can regular expressions parse HTML? There are several answers to that question, both theoretical and practical.

Hirvesh Munogee02/21/13
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Markdown.css - A CSS Stylesheet To Make HTML Look Like Plain-Text Markdown

Markdown. css is a CSS stylesheet which allows you to display your normally rendered HTML text in Markdown syntax.

Hirvesh Munogee02/21/13
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Emblem.js - A New Templating Language That Compiles To Handlebars.js

Emblem.js is a new templating language which compiles down to the popular Handlebars.js templating engine.

Paul Underwood02/21/13
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Test Driven Development With PHP

In a previous post I wrote about the benefits of using Test Driven Development in your application development process. This can be used in all types of development from software to web to front-end to back-end languages. In this post I will go through the steps of using Test Driven Development in PHP.

Tinu Awopetu02/21/13
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Released: NetBeans IDE 7.3 with New HTML5 Support!

NetBeans IDE 7.3 empowers developers to create and debug rich Web and mobile applications using the latest HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS3 standards. Additional highlights available in 7.3 include continued enhancements to the IDE's support for Java, Groovy, PHP, JavaFX, and C/C++.

Eric Gregory02/20/13
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Dev of the Week: Raymond Camden

Every week, we feature a new developer/blogger from the DZone community here and in our newsletter, catching up to find out what they're working on now and what's coming next. This week we're talking to Raymond Camden, Adobe developer evangelist and blogger.

Niels Matthijs02/20/13
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A Custom-Styled Input Toggle

I don't mind a good challenge once in a while, but there is one thing I will usually refuse on the spot: custom-styled input fields. There is one notable exception though.

jb j02/20/13
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Enhance Your WordPress Comments Section

In today’s article, I’m showing you lots of WordPress snippets, hacks and tips to enhance your blog comments section.

Hirvesh Munogee02/20/13
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SVG.js - A Lightweight JavaScript Library For Manipulating & Animating SVG

SVG.js is a lightweight JavaScript library which allows you to easily manipulate and animate SVG. SVG.js comes with a whole plethora of methods such as create, move, center, clone and more.

Gil Fink02/19/13
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Importing Scripts in Web Workers

The importScripts function can help you to load and execute utilities and libraries into Web Workers runtime. That will help you to make Web Workers code more modular and maintainable.

Hirvesh Munogee02/19/13
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hexagonal.js - A Clean Architecture Single Page Apps JavaScript Library

hexagonal. js is a JavaScript library which allows you to build single page applications easily. hexagonal.js is based on the Hexagonal Architecture and allows you to take advantage of it to create web apps.

Paul Underwood02/19/13
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Useful WordPress Utility Functions

In this article we are going to look at some of the utility functions that you can take advantage of if your website is built using WordPress.

Hubert Klein Ikkink02/19/13
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Sass Snippets: Using the Parent Selector

he Sass syntax has several useful extensions to CSS. One of them is the parent selector shortcut: &. We can use & in our style definition of a selector and Sass will replace it with the parent selector of the rules when the code is converted to CSS.

Mihai Dinca - P...02/18/13
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Using HTML5 Canvas with Apache Wicket

This article wants to bring some hints about how to use HTML5 canvas with Apache Wicket web framework. Inside a Wicket application we want to have a panel with something drawn inside a HTML5 canvas.

Allen Coin02/18/13
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Video: Why 'eval' makes JS the best language in the world

Matt Westcott presenting from dotJS 2012: Why 'eval' makes JS the best language in the world.

Jos Dirksen02/18/13
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Quickly create GUI for javascript variables with dat.GUI

I'm currently working on a book for Three.js. This book contains lots and lots of examples that show off the various features of this great library

Dustin Marx02/18/13
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Styling JavaFX Pie Chart with CSS

In this blog post I look at changing the colors of a JavaFX pie chart using an example I intend to include in my presentation at RMOUG Training Days 2013.

Hirvesh Munogee02/18/13
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jWebAudio - JavaScript Web Audio Library Designed For Games

jWebAudio is a JavaScript library, which also comes in as a jQuery plugin, designed as a Web Audio library for games. jWebAudio provides a simple API ontop of Web Audio, which allows you to easily manipulate audio in your games.

Ted Neward02/17/13
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Um... Security risk much?

While cruising through the Internet a few minute ago, I wandered across Meteor, which looks like a really cool tool/system/platform/whatever for building modern web applications. JavaScript on the front, JavaScript on the back, Mongo backing, it's definitely something worth looking into, IMHO.

Hubert Klein Ikkink02/17/13
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Sass Snippets: Compact Syntax for Nested Properties

In CSS we can see properties that start with the same name, followed by a hyphen and then the rest of the name. With Sass we can use a different syntax for these kind of properties.

Paul Underwood02/16/13
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Add Custom Image Sizes Into Media Library

The problem with custom images sizes is that the only way to use them is for the theme developer to insert them in the code. But what if you want the content editor to use these custom image sizes?

Andrew Trice02/16/13
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Adobe Showing Some Love for HTML

Here at Adobe we’re showing our love for creating great HTML experiences – Just check out what we released today! All of these are available immediately via Adobe Creative Cloud subscriptions.

Robert Nyman02/15/13
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WebKit: An Objective View

We would like to, in a factual manner, break down what the possible outcomes of having a majority of web browsers based on WebKit are, for web browser vendors and developers alike.