Yesterday the W3C (Worldwide Web Consortium) finalized the HTML5 spec.
Cutter.js is a library used for truncating HTML code to limit its length, by word number, without losing the markup.
Sani is a blogging framework designed for Jekyll, to be used on Github Pages with Prose.io.
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.
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.
On Monday, December 17, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) published the complete definitions of HTML5 and Canvas 2D specifications.
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.
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.
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.
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”.
CSS3 transitions help to change CSS properties over a specified duration with a timing function. Using it in applications can help to reduce the amount of scripts that you write in order to create simple animations. Let the browser do all the animation calculations for you.
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.