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Gil Fink10/30/12
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How to Write a WinJS Custom Control - Take Two

In a previous post, I showed how to create a WinJS custom control that adds support to textbox autocomplete using the HTML5 datalist element. I was asked how I can improve this control to support remote data scenarios so I updated the source code to show how to achieve that.

Paul Underwood10/30/12
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How To Create A CSS Animated Share Button

In this tutorial we are going to create a share button which uses CSS animation to display the links to share the current page on Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus and Pinterest.

Raymond Camden10/30/12
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Building a Parse.com Enabled PhoneGap App - Part 1

I've decided to start a simple blog series that walks through the steps of creating a PhoneGap application making use of Parse.com.

Brian O' Neill10/29/12
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J2EE is Dead: Long-live Javascript Backed by JSON Services

A long time ago in a blog post far away, I asked the question "Is J2EE dead?". Almost five years later, I'm here to say that, "Yes, J2EE is dead". In fact, I'd say that it is now generations removed from the emerging technologies, and an ancestor to current enterprise best practices.

Niels Matthijs10/29/12
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Component-Based HTML: A Glimpse of the Future

Writing component-based html is one step in the good direction, but it also stands at the base of a whole lot of other possible innovations.

Hemanth Madhavarao10/29/12
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CoffeeScript Classes

But as the saying goes Real man code raw JS I always have great respect and love towards it, but the sugar and the kick this coffee is giving me is very high, especially with node.js

Raymond Camden10/29/12
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Broken Promises of HTML5 [video]

Christian Heilmann is an evangelist for Mozilla and gave what I consider to be a damn good presentation on HTML5.

Hirvesh Munogee10/28/12
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One% CSS Grid - A 12-Column Fluid CSS Grid System

One% CSS Grid is a 12 column fluid CSS grid system. It’s been designed as a base for building responsive web layouts easily, quickly and with minimum effort.

Jesse Warden10/27/12
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Adventures In JavaScript

A humorous post about missing commas in a class and various browsers' reactions.

Raymond Camden10/26/12
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Stop Using jQuery All the Time!

Don't get me wrong. I love jQuery. I love what it has done for my development, my career, and my skin care. (Um, ok.) That being said, you don't need jQuery as much as you think.

Paul Underwood10/25/12
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Examples Of Using New HTML5 Attributes

There are many additional features that come with HTML5 such as the HTML5 attribute placeholder and required. This post details a few of them.

Chris Smith10/25/12
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CoffeeScript 1.4.0 Released! - No Sign of Source Maps

CoffeeScript 1.4 has arrived! There is not a whole lot to get excited about unless you're using CoffeeScript with Node.js and are tired of deprecation warnings.

Michael Palermo10/24/12
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JavaScript for Windows Store Apps: Error Handling

This post is dedicated to addressing some questions about JavaScript error handling. Are you confident you are writing your JavaScript code error free?

Jeremy Foster10/24/12
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Query Your DOM

I’m going to talk about selecting one or more elements from your document object model (DOM) from JavaScript so you can work with them.

Jos Dirksen10/23/12
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Exploring the HTML5 Web Audio: Visualizing Sound

One of the new HTML5 APIs that is slowly moving through the standardization process is the Web Audio API. In this post I will explore audio visualization using Web Audio API.

Tim Spann10/23/12
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Node.js Development on Windows with WebMatrix 2

WebMatrix 2 lets you edit JavaScript, Node.js with, HTML5, CSS, Less, CoffeeScript, Images and connect to MySQL.

Andrey Prikaznov10/23/12
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A Fresh Look at HTML5 [infographic]

Today I have prepared a new and fresh collection of infographics about HTML5.

Matt Harrington10/22/12
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Using the Microsoft Ad SDK in Windows 8

One of the best ways to make money with Windows 8 is to display ads in your Windows Store app using the Microsoft Advertising SDK. Here’s how you can get started.

David Isbitski10/22/12
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Accessing the Accelerometer in a Windows Store App using HTML and JavaScript [VIDEO]

This is the fifth in a series of short screencasts that will teach you Windows Store App development in a fun and immersive way via casual gaming.

G. Andrew Duthie10/22/12
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Exploring HTML5 Canvas: Part 1 - Introduction

In this post, I'm going to begin an examination of one of the hottest new features of HTML5, namely the Canvas element.

Paul Underwood10/21/12
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Increase WordPress Memory Limit

To change the WordPress memory limit you just add the following into the wp-config.php.

Hirvesh Munogee10/20/12
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jQuery Kwicks - Sexy Sliding Panels And Navigational Interaction

Kwicks for jQuery is a plugin providing sexy sliding panels with an emphasis on navigational interaction.

Maximiliano Firtman10/19/12
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Why All Web Devs Need To Prepare Their Sites for IE10 and Windows 8

I will start with some bad news: you need to go and prepare your websites for IE10. Even if you have only a desktop-optimized website, you need to go and prepare it. And if you are thinking: “hey, this will not affect my mobile site because it’s just for tablets” you are wrong.

Paul Underwood10/19/12
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Add Date Picker to Wordpress Admin Console

In this tutorial you will learn how to add a field in WordPress which uses this jQuery UI to create a field which is a date picker.

Sagar H Ganatra10/18/12
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Backbone.js - Parsing the Response from the Server

I was looking into ways in which a Collection can be populated by fetching the model data from the server. One way to do that is to ask the Model to fetch the data and then add the response to the Collection.