Tag Archives: CSS

Client Side Web Technologies… Coooolll!!!

Below is the snapshot of the Client Side Web Technologies… Coooolll!!! permanent page. I update the permanent page monthly. JavaScript: CommonJs – A library of some great common code from around the interwebs. One of the best string classes: Ajax … Continue reading

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Speeding up large collapsible list binding with #AngularJS.

I have an editor that uses many collapsible panels generated through ngRepeat. The issue is that after a while screen render time gets to be huge. However, with some investigation I have found some simple solutions. If you look at … Continue reading

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18 CSS3 Generators For Quicker UI Styling

Originally posted on Creativenauts:
All the fancy effects you see on the web are no longer done with background images and archaic techniques. CSS3 is starting to be supported in every possible browser, mobile devices and even IE 7+ if…

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30+ Useful cheat sheets for web developers

Originally posted on Creativenauts:
Cheat sheets, in case you don’t know, are pieces of information grouped and well organised in one single sheet to provide you an escape to those memory flaws we sometimes have. In this case, they’re big…

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Top 3 items that #W3C should be embarased about when it comes to missing #HTML5 features.

I am using HTML5 as the umbrella term, that means that I am including CSS and JavaScript in this. 1. TextArea features. We all know that text areas are used as the basis for all RTF editors. So lets capitalize … Continue reading

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What is the easiest way to detect an iPhone?

Request.UserAgent.Contains(“iPhone”) returns true if the client is using their iPhone. First time I saw that, I had a few hundred lightbulbs pop on over my head. It was blinding. Dev Notes: Use “px” for font size. “div” and any block … Continue reading

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Will be posting again soon.

I own several domains that I use to build and test technology against.My hub for some of this is RPGAmerica.com.As a temporary solution and a test to see how efficient it is to use static XML as a datasource, I … Continue reading

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