Very happy to announce the first publication of an article of mine on the Mozilla Hacks blog. This article is a bit of a departure for me.
As of WordPress version 2.7 you've been able to assign some posts to be sticky, a sticky post will make sure that this post appears at the top of the list of posts.
While writing applications using Angular JS, sometimes we need to define our own validators. Custom validations in Angular JS are created as directives with a dependency on the ng-model directive. At times, key part of the validation depends on controller of the ng-model directive.
In this post I am going to talk mainly about custom taxonomies. I am also going to use the following scenario.
This book has helped the author break away from a cookie cutter design and made him more comfortable with LESS and GRUNT.
StaGen is a static site generator written in Java 8 that supports Markdown for content, StringTemplate for template rendering, and JSON for storing configuration. This is a quick tutorial on the tool.
Recently, at work, the author had a requirement for serving part of the ZF2-powered website from a different, non-www sub-domain. The problem was that such a requirement meant the he needed to make all the other routes absolute.
The framework comes with inbuilt CSS normalization, a fluid grid, layout tools, by default maintains native form styles, has no px definitions, no colors, no borders and no rounded definitions, and no dependencies at all.
But what is Heartbleed? How does it work? Why is it something that you should care about? This Khan Academy-style video tries to break it all down.
An option that came to mind is to design the DLL as a self-contained process and to invoke it using Node.js's process api. Turns out this is quite simple. Just prepare your C# application to read it's invocation arguments s.t.
Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the HTML5 Zone (Mar. 28 to Apr. 03). This week's topics include a sneaky way to deploy Drupal to heroku, a tutorial on snazzy Python decorators, and the first installment of "The Ultimate Web-Frameworks Rundown."
For a look at what's been happening outside of the HTML5 Zone, we've assembled a collection of links including those about bug removal in Angular.js, a look at the fascinating Macaw framework, and several updates on the Mozilla CEO controversy.
In order to exceed our customer expectations we might need to go one step further toward optimizing what we’ve developed so far, or even better, to develop our next web application with optimization practices in mind.
The author is a big fan of reveal.js. It is a lightweight HTML-based presentation framework that just works well for him. Every now and then, though, he runs into an issue that is a bit hard to handle with it.
In this short article, the author provides links to the slides and demonstrations he used to give a talk at DevWeek.
It’s a common pattern for command line tools to have multiple subcommands that run off of a single executable.
In this article, Raymond Camden provides Angular.js users with a succinct and easy way to avoid multiple variables in ng-src.