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Catalin Red12/11/12
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CSS Diagonal Borders Still Not Rendering Properly on Firefox

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.

Geertjan Wielenga12/10/12
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Backbone.js Meets RESTful Web Services

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...

Krishna Prasad12/10/12
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Jsoup: A Nice Way to do HTML Parsing in Java

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.

Clark Sell12/10/12
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31 Days of Windows 8 for HTML5 | Day #29: PLM

After 29 days, we’re finally going to talk about the Application Lifecycle or Process Lifecycle management (aka PLM).

Gil Fink12/10/12
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Using Media Queries in JavaScript Code

One of the great additions in CSS3 is the ability to use media queries. So you want to use media queries in your JavaScript code.

Hirvesh Munogee12/09/12
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Fluidity - A Modern CSS3 And HTML5 Framework For Node.js/Stylus

Fluidity is a CSS framework made for web designers who would like a CSS framework simple enough to quickly express their ideas, smart enough to help with the mundane, and lean enough to stay out of the way and let them write pure CSS3 syntax.

Clark Sell12/08/12
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31 Days of Windows 8 for HTML5 | Day #28: Push Notifications

Today we’re going to dive pretty deep into the world of Push Notifications. In short, push notifications are a mechanism for some external thing to send a notification to the user in a variety of different forms.

Clark Sell12/07/12
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31 Days of Windows 8 for HTML5 | Day #27: Inclinometer

Today finishes off our series of device sensor conversations that you might find in your new Windows 8 device. Today we’re going to take a very brief look at a device called the inclinometer.

Niels Matthijs12/06/12
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Web vs. App & Longevity vs. Hype

The biggest, most heated, debate-sparking topic of 2012? The clash of web vs app, no doubt. Many articles and blog posts before me have talked about the epic battle between the web and its fat client opponent.

Clark Sell12/06/12
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31 Days of Windows 8 for HTML5 | Day #26: Gyrometer

As a kid I was always amazed at a gyroscope. I would find anything I could to balance that thing on. Today, we are taking a look at yet another sensor that we might find in a Windows 8 device: the gyrometer.

Clark Sell12/05/12
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31 Days of Windows 8 for HTML5 | Day #25: Accelerometer

Today, we are taking a look at another sensor that we might find in a Windows 8 device: the accelerometer.

Raymond Camden12/05/12
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Reading Microdata Elements in Chrome

The concept is rather simple. By embedding a bit of metadata into your code, you make your pages have machine-readable context. This is a bit like data attributes, but in my mind a bit different.

Jesse Warden12/05/12
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Video: Basics of RequireJS

RequireJS is a JavaScript file and module loader. It is optimized for in-browser use, but it can be used in other JavaScript environments, like Rhino and Node. I’ve posted a new video: The Basics of Require JS.

Clark Sell12/04/12
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31 Days of Windows 8 for HTML5 | Day #24: Light Sensor

Today, we are taking a look another one of the sensors we might find in a Windows 8 device: the Light Sensor.

Swizec Teller12/04/12
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Alertify.js: Pretty Cool

Alertify.js is a javascript library that brings alert() and prompt() into the web world of 2012. No longer will you be forced to use some arcane instruction full of ugly windows and so terribly un-new it sends chills down your spine just thinking about using it.

Konrad Garus12/04/12
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Using Angular.js with ClojureScript

You can actually use Angular with Closure – just need to use explicit dependency injection. So far Angular seemed to require the least work with CLJS, so I was happy to give it another shot.

Christian Grobmeier12/04/12
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Angular.js: ng-select and ng-options

Angular.js has a powerful directive waiting for you: it’s ng-select. With it you can fill an HTML-select box from your model. It does support a pretty cool selector syntax, which is – unfortunately – a little bit tricky.

Clark Sell12/03/12
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31 Days of Windows 8 for HTML5 | Day #23: The Compass

Today, we’re going to talk about the compass. While we’ve talked about one sensor in the past (Orientation Sensor), this is the first article of many to come focused just on the supported sensors.

Hirvesh Munogee12/03/12
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CHAP Links Library - A JavaScript Visualization Library For Displaying Graphs, Networks, And Timelines

CHAP Links Library is a web based visualization library for displaying graphs, networks, and timelines. The tools are developed as Google Visualization Charts for JavaScript and GWT.

Anoop Madhusudanan12/03/12
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Building Mobile Applications for Enterprise: The HTML5 vs. Hybrid vs. Native Dilemma

Most of the recent conversations I've had about building enterprise mobile applications start with questions like "Should I go Hybrid or Native?" The question should be, "What will give the best user experience to the end user?"

Clark Sell12/02/12
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31 Days of Windows 8 for HTML5 | Day #22: Play To

It’s day Day 22. We’ve crawled all around Windows 8 but today we get to talk about a feature that seems to lack any press; Play To.

Clark Sell12/01/12
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31 Days of Windows 8 for HTML5 | Day #21: Camera Capture

Today, it’s all about devices, ok well really just one device; the camera.

Niels Matthijs11/30/12
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CSS-centric Development and Anti-Patterns

For years I've been complaining that, as an industry, we don't spend enough of our time working on best practices. The front-end mentality is one that puts quick fixes and ease of implementation above a solid underlying structure

Anoop Madhusudanan11/29/12
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Changing Times For Web Developers – 6 Tips You Should Read To Survive

Here we go with 6 Tips to be a responsible web developer, and to stay on top of what you do.

Hirvesh Munogee11/29/12
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X-Editable - An In-Place Editing JavaScript Library For Bootstrap, jQuery UI Or jQuery

X-editable is a JavaScript library which allows you to create editable elements on your page. It can be used with any engine (Twitter Bootstrap, jQuery UI or jQuery only) and includes both popup and inline modes.