This article is part of a currently three part series that discusses IndexedDB. This article has to do with converting the application from a previous article using the module, dependency-injection reliant AngularJS, which offers binding support.
The HTML5 Game Development video is a series of short video clips ranging from 2 minutes to 4 minutes each. These videos are categorized by "section" (sections are referenced as "chapters" in navigation buttons) and the next screen snapshot shows the first, second, and last (eighth) sections.
Welcome to the world of fast moving modular technology creation. As techie you have to adopt or become less and less productive as time goes by. Such trend is fast accelerating the actual software development process and allows even more automation to it.
Headroom.js is a lightweight, high-performance JS widget (with no dependencies!) that allows you to react to the user's scroll. As you scroll down the page the header will be hidden, but when the user tries to scroll back up the page it will display the header bar.
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) are available in the latest browsers, but there are some inconsistencies. If the last mile were closed, then bloggers would appreciate the speed improvement (and scaling) for end-users.
Unless you live under a rock (or have had the incredibly good
sense to avoid Twitter), today we announced the public betas of
ColdFusion Splendor (that's the next version of the server) and
ColdFusion Thunder (the IDE).
You can grab...
Another day, another HarpJS recipe. Can you tell what I'm excited about lately? For today's demo, I've built a simple dynamic calendar for HarpJS. There are probably many different ways to handle this (you could simply embed a Google Calendar as I describe here), but here is how I solved it.
Since publishing the series of posts on using Duck-Angular for unit testing controller, views, and bindings (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4), I’ve upgraded Duck-Angular and the AngularJS-RequireJS-Seed to support AngularJS 1.2.9. The article includes a quick recap of some of the things I’ve talked about already.
Java 8 not only introduces improvements to the javac compiler, it also introduces a new one-
The amazing weather in San Diego became the witness of the awesome jQuery Conference held this week. The keynotes were entertaining, the talks were inspiring (the videos will be available in the near future), and of course nothing beats meeting folks from this vibrant jQuery community.
Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the HTML5 Zone (Feb. 7 to Feb. 13). This week's topics include the ever popular AngularJS, sending HTML emails in Java, reusing front-end components, getting started on HTML5 WebSocket, and a Geek Reading roundup.
Integrating social sign-ons in a web application can become a tedious task because you need to take care of different endpoints, credentials and finally manage the oauth dance to get the access token. However, using HybridAuth package, this task can be easy as pie.
In most of the business services sometimes there comes requirements to send notifications to users or administrators via email. Following code segments can be used to send these emails using Google SMTP server.
This article aims to share some of the tips and tricks that the author learned while converting an older ColdFusion website to static HTML. Tips include what to do when HarpJS doesn't return an error, how to debug output, and linking to HTML.
The use of WebSocket is becoming very popular for highly interactive web applications that depend on time critical data delivery, requirements for true bi-directional data flow and higher throughput.
In the Java SE realm, GUI components are based on Java classes with the help of libraries such as AWT, Swing or the newer JavaFX. As such, they can be shared across projects, to be inherited and composed.
Content management system is used around the globe for website creation and to deal with content on the website. Joomla development has become very popular from few past years due to its simplicity and easy of use. It does not require any IT expertise to work with this popular CMS.
The Geek Reading feature is an ongoing series that brings together interesting content from across the web. The most recent topics include SaaS product pricing, the beauty of AngularJS, advice for startups, performance testing with Maven JMeter and Jenkins, Atomic CSS, and the open source future of IT.
This article includes a tutorial on how to create a sound indicator in a tab header to show where in your browser. This feature is used by Soundcloud, but is also used by many browsers now to help users see where tabs are creating sound.