Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the HTML5 Zone (December 12 - December 19). Here they are, in order of popularity:
1. PUT vs. POST
Http method PUT and POST are used for REST, here is the scenarios and browser behavior illustrated to detail out the difference between POST and PUT.
As of now, I think that the world of Linux on desktop is facing a crisis of sorts due to the lack of an adequate desktop environment. I've been largely disappointed with KDE and GNOME and their recent versions. There are a couple ways of dealing with this, but not many DE options exist.
Having code documentation is crucial for a software. It helps the developers to understand the functions and APIs. Code that is well understood is easier to improve, and therefore more likely to live on, instead of being thrown away in favor of a complete rewrite. Javadoc can help create clear, easy to read visualizations.
Many times, I wanted to experiment with AngularJS features on an HTML form. This required me to re-write or copy/paste Angularjs code and bootstrap form code and create a simplistic form to get started. This is where this idea of creating a quick Sublime snippet which could be used to quickly code in Bootstrap.
We are getting requests for information on how our base server images are configured, specifically regarding database support. This post is all about showing how easy it is to leverage databases - in this case MySQL, although many other databases are also supported.