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Hirvesh Munogee12/26/12
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Reuze - A Small Front-End Framework For Structuring HTML & CSS

Reuze is a small front-end framework which allows you to provide structure to your HTML and CSS files easily. Reuze enables you to create semantic HTML5 code blocks, which are nested in ‘namespaced’ container elements in little to no time.

Niels Matthijs12/26/12
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Data-Attribute Boundaries

This past year I've featured a selection of posts that used data- attributes in order to define javascript behavior on components (more specifically, the behavior of the carousel, flyout and accordion components).

Andrey Prikaznov12/25/12
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HTML5 Fact or Fiction. Developers React to the Hype

Have you been wondering about the future of HTML5? As the end of the year approaches and we are all wondering what 2013 will bring, we have decided to demystify all the HTML5 hype.

Ryan Sukale12/25/12
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Timer Chaining in JavaScript

I designed the system as a phase based system. Since I had 4 images in my sequence, I created a object that saved the properties of 4 phases and references to the functions that would be invoked on the terimination of each function.

Hirvesh Munogee12/25/12
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Backlift - The Back End Service For Front End Developers

Backlift is a back end service for front end developers. Backlift wants to make building and deploying websites easier, faster and more creative

Paul Underwood12/25/12
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Create a Polaroid-like Image with CSS

In this tutorial we are going to display images in a polaroid style using just CSS.

Krishna Prasad12/24/12
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HtmlUnit vs JSoup

n continuation of my earlier blog Jsoup: nice way to do HTML parsing in Java, in this blog I will compare JSoup with other similar framework, HtmlUnit.

Julien Ruchaud12/24/12
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WebSocket with WebMotion and AngularJS

This article describes a new feature in WebMotion: the WebSockets management. We will use the AngularJS Javascript framework for the client side.

Hirvesh Munogee12/24/12
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Quintus - An Easy-To-Learn, Fun-To-Use HTML5 Game Engine For Mobile, Desktop & Beyond

Quintus is an easy-to-learn, fun-to-use HTML5 game engine for mobile, desktop and beyond.

Jeremy Foster12/24/12
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CSS for Windows 8

My CSS for Windows 8 App Development book is still in progress but should be ready for the holiday (if you consider "the holiday" to mean St. Patrick's Day). You can get an alpha and save a little money on the full release.

Jeremy Foster12/23/12
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The Flexbox CSS Standard

The official standard for the flexbox style in CSS is documented in exhaustive detail at W3C.

Christian Grobmeier12/23/12
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Bootstrap Tabs with Angular.js

Twitter Bootstrap Tabs are a very popular feature – at least for me. I have them several times in my app. As part of my migration to Angular.js I want to use directives to switch between tabs. This has turned out so much easier than expected.

Simon Gladman12/22/12
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RIAs in HTML versus Flash

Recently, I've felt a pressure to move away from my beloved Flex and start delivering rich internet applications in JavaScript and HTML.

Raymond Camden12/22/12
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W3C and the HTML5 Spec

Yesterday the W3C (Worldwide Web Consortium) finalized the HTML5 spec.

Hirvesh Munogee12/21/12
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Cutter.js - A Library For Truncating HTML Code By Word Number Without Losing Markup

Cutter.js is a library used for truncating HTML code to limit its length, by word number, without losing the markup.

Hirvesh Munogee12/21/12
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Sani - Just A Blogging Framework Using Github

Sani is a blogging framework designed for Jekyll, to be used on Github Pages with

David Catuhe12/21/12
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Creating a Local Full Text Search Index

One issue I have with UrzaGatherer is related to the search. As you may know, I have a huge list of cards saved locally and my application allows the user to search specific cards using a part of their name. But browsing more than 20 000 cards using a text search can be really expensive mainly on low-end hardware.

Andrew Trice12/21/12
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Connected Second-Screen App Experiences with PhoneGap & Audio Watermarks

In this post I’ll show a proof-of-concept second screen experience where the content of a mobile PhoneGap application is being driven by an external source (a video) using audio watermarks.

Allen Coin12/20/12
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W3C Completes HTML5 Definition

On Monday, December 17, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) published the complete definitions of HTML5 and Canvas 2D specifications.

Paul Underwood12/20/12
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Create A Widget Area For A Certain Category

In WordPress you can create a sidebar widget area where the admin user can dynamically choose which widgets are displayed on the website. This makes it very easy for the user to add, edit or delete widgets with a nice drag and drop interface.

Raymond Camden12/20/12
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Dynamically Skipping Animations in Edge Animate

Here's a simple example of how you can modify an Edge Animate project to remember that a user has seen the animation and skip to the end.

Hirvesh Munogee12/20/12
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Useful List of Countries for HTML, JSON, PHP, and MORE!

The List Of Countries usage scenario is simple – this is the task that needs to be solved in a majority of applications. No matter which programming language or data format you use in your application (or which language you speak, for that matter), this country list will suit your needs.

Lorna Mitchell12/19/12
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Unpacking and Editing a Chrome Extension

I've been having an issue with one of my chrome extensions recently. The extension doesn't seem to be actively maintained, so I realised I was going to have to dive into the extension itself to understand the problems and have any chance of fixing it.

Jon Antoine12/19/12
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Use WinJS to post a message from an iFrame to your Win8 App

Sometimes, you display information in an iframe and you need to communicate it back to your Windows 8 app. You may think like I did “just navigate to a specific page with the arguments in the URL and make the Win8 app read the location of the iframe”…. Cool but all you’ll get is an “access denied”.

Allen Coin12/19/12
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Video: JavaScript APIs You've Never Heard Of (And Some You Have)

The number of JavaScript APIs has exploded over the years, with a small subset of those APIs getting all the attention. While developers feverishly work on Web sockets and canvas, it's easy to overlook some smaller and quite useful APIs.