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The Vibration API1 is an API specifically made for mobile devices as they are thankfully the only devices that have a vibrate function. The API allows developers to vibrate a device (in a pattern) for a given duration.
By now, we’ve all encountered captcha images in online forms. Captchas are a necessary evil, and this article will teach you how they’re made.
Please note that while there are better, automatic third party solutions for captchas out there such as ReCaptcha, this tutorial aims merely to explain and demonstrate how such technology actually works. We won’t be explaining what captchas actually are, as it’s assumed to be common knowledge and already covered in greater detail elsewhere.
With the 3rd version of the great Bootstrap out for about 4 and a half months now, people have had their time to play around with it, learn the changes, find new features, and build amazing things.
I love Twitter’s Bootstrap. I find that when developing with it, either Bootstrap 2 (2.3.2) or Bootstrap 3, that I always need to apply custom styles at the different sizes. Especially when going beyond Bootstrap’s standard functionality. After all, it’s just a front-end framework.
Below you’ll find nicely formatted Media Queries for starting with either of the Bootstrap versions. You can use this as a starting point for your projects. It’s basically what I use when creating a new website or webapp. I’ve also provided links to Github for quick access.
Fantastic Micro-Frameworks and Micro-Libraries for Fun and Profit!
Something like an upgraded `EXPLAIN` command for browser. Highlights and explains MySQL queries. It gives also hints and links. Hope it will help
A list of minimalist frameworks (simple and lightweight). All in alphabetical order.
The term CSS delivery simply means "the way CSS stuff happens on a webpage". CSS can be used many ways by a web page and still work. Since there are many ways to use it, there exist many different CSS setups. Your CSS should help your webpage render fast, not slow down your webpage.
The way CSS is used on a webpage has overwhelmingly been determined by designers, not website owners. So the web designer is making lovely, well commented CSS code and has been placing it in several different files for clarity. They think, with merit, "I have done an amazing wonderful job". This is what they have been taught.
Unfortunately this practise and others ends up killing the performance of web pages.
As this realization gets out there, you will notice that web designers will start making code that helps their users by working as fast as possible, however, for the moment... You probably have CSS that is hurting your website rather than helping it.
DevDocs combines multiple API documentations in a fast, organized, and searchable interface. Here's what you should know before you start:
1-To pick your docs, click Select documentation in the bottom left corner
2-You don't have to use your mouse — see the list of keyboard shortcuts
3-The search supports fuzzy matching (e.g. "bgcp" brings up "background-clip")
4-To search a specific documentation, type its name (or an abbreviation), then Tab
5-You can search using your browser's address bar — learn how
DevDocs works on mobile and can be installed on Chrome and Firefox.
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That's all. Happy coding!
Internet is omnipotent these days but what is more important than website is the web application. Most of the business users as well as a large number of common users are usually on portable or mobile devices and they don’t always have an access to a network. With HTML5’s Application Cache, you can provide them with all or some of the functionality they would have online, no matter where they go. To undertake the process of building a cache with HTML5 for offline access, first of all, requires using a cache manifest file. This is quite simple!
Cmder is a software package created out of pure frustration over the absence of nice console emulators on Windows. It is based on amazing software, and spiced up with the Monokai color scheme and a custom prompt layout. Looking sexy from the start.
Polymer is a new type of library for the web, built on top of Web Components, and designed to leverage the evolving web platform on modern browsers.
- Architectural diagram
- A set of polyfills for emerging web platform features. Initially, these core features are enabled as polyfills but go away over time as browsers implement them.
- A next-generation web application framework built upon these core technologies.
- A set of comprehensive UI and utility components for building web applications.
Online Tools for Creative People and Web Developper
Dart is a new language for scalable web app engineering.
Email anywhere. On any device - How HTML email was meant to be read.
Reach out your tentacles to a broad range of people who subscribe to your emails. Our CSS framework helps you craft HTML emails that can be read anywhere on any device. Gone are the days where you had to choose between Outlook and email optimized for smartphones and tablets. Ink's responsive, 12-column grid blends flexibility and stability so your readers can view your emails perfectly from wherever they may be.
Welcome to the open-source Codepath Android Cliffnotes! Our goal is to become the central crowdsourced resource for complete and up-to-date Android content and tutorials. Just take me to the notes!
We have guides for everyone whether you are beginner, intermediate or advanced. Want to learn how to use the ActionBar or the ins and outs of fragments? We got that. Want to learn about testing or how to build flexible user interfaces for multiple devices? We got you covered. We don't waste time with the "theoretical approach" you might get from a book. We cover exactly the things we use every day as we are developing apps for contracts.
This site offers an online demo where you're welcome to tinker around to get a sense of what the script does, what features it offers and how it works. Then, once you've whet your appetite, there's a free, fully functional, GNU-licensed version available for download. Alternatively, if you want to avoid the hassle of setting it up on your own server, you can donate $20 or more to get an account on this site, letting you generate up to 5,000 records at a time (instead of the maximum 100), and let you save your data sets. Click on the Donate tab for more information.