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.
This tutorial is based on an consulting job to mobilize a centralized user authentication system. To be exact, the system is Shibboleth federation login used by various public sector institutions.
It would be truly great if we could devise our css in such a way that depending on the width of its own size, a component would react in a certain way. It's the only sane way to keep incorporating liquid/adaptive designs for the current load of devices on the market.
Basically what we're going to do in this article is create a minimal Angular.js application that shows system stats and build a node.js and Express.js backend that pushes these stats to connected browsers.
Setting a “normalized” viewport is the first thing you do when are mobilizing a website.
When working on a new web design one of things you need to think about is responsive design. Is the website you are about to make going to need a responsive design?
Recently for one of my projects, I was working on trying to implement some functionality wherein if the user tried to leave web page by any other means other than submitting a form, (s)he would be prompted for confirmation.
There is no separate “mobile HTML”. Mobile sites are normal HTML sites. Separate WAP protocol has been dead several years now. “XHTML mobile profile” is also dead.
Douglas Crockford discusses one of the most elusive of all programming concepts: the monads. He attempts to break the long-standing Monad tutorial curse by explaining the concept and applications of monads in a way that is actually understandable to the audience.
As a developer, I really like tools that can help me save time, or just make the whole development process easier. In this article, I have compiled my favorite web tools to simplify front-end web development.
Okay, so we should use a master loop. If our runtime is the browser, how do setup this loop?
Today is the last day of this series, and we’re going to focus on designing Windows 8 applications today.
I’ve actually made numerous arrested attempts to write a game, but my last attempt has been more fruitful. I’ve learned a lot in my most recent endeavor, so it’s time to share.
What I want to show in this article is how to create a directive that allows you to create simple drag and drop lists with AngularJS and jQueryUI.
Wow, here we are finally talking about the Store. Today we’re going to share with you some of our steps and experience in not only helping others get their apps into the store, but also submitting our own.
In this tutorial we are going to look at a great new features called CSS filters. This is a new feature that can be used on both HTML elements and images, but I think it's best used on images and can create nice effects on image galleries.
Recently I was working on a small web project and while creating the so-well-known triangle effect using CSS borders I noticed some rendering inconsistencies on Firefox I thought were fixed by now.
From NetBeans IDE 7.3 onwards, a Backbone.js file can be generated from a RESTful web service. The Backbone.js file contains complete CRUD functionality and your HTML5 application can immediately be deployed to make use of those features. Coupled with the...
Typically you do HTML parsing in Java for various reasons like JUnit testing, Web Crawling and others. I stumbled across JSoup and tried few things to understand its capabilities.