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Tag Archives: HTML
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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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…
What are my biggest problems with JQM, and why I hate this framework. Based on Version 1.3.1 Slow, Slow, Slow…Large pages with many controls take several seconds to render. I have ripped JQM from mobile survey pages due to this. … Continue reading
I spent a day trying to do something that should have been simple, trying to detect if I’m still connected to the webserver. I knew I would have to use jQuery, to keep my life simple, but I didn’t know … Continue reading
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