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HTML5 and CSS3 Code Generator Tools List

HTML5 is one of the most popular language amongst developers and designers as it provides number of functionality and assists developers to easily design web applications. HTML5 has many attributes such as modern browser support (like Firefox 6, Google Chrome, IE9 etc.), structure specific tags, visual elements like rounded corners are now built in, drag and drop interactive, new video, ...

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Using the gdb Debugger with Go

Troubleshooting an application can be fairly complex, especially when dealing with highly concurrent languages like Go. It can be fairly simple to add print statements to determine subjective application state at specific intervals, however it’s much more difficult to respond dynamically to conditions developing in your code with this method. Debuggers provide an incredibly powerful troubleshooting mechanism. Adding code for ...

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Developing Front-End Microservices With Polymer Web Components And Test-Driven Development (Part 3/5): The Second Component

In the previous article we finished one Polymer Web Component. It contained a form that could be used to add, update and remove books by sending HTTP requests to the back-end server. We also explored few different ways to interact with the component from outside by calling its functions. In this article we’ll create the second component that will be ...

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Javascript Redirect URL example

It has happened to all of us to click a certain URL and be redirected to another one. Probably you even wondered why did that happen. Well, possibly the page moved to a new, more suitable domain or the programmer has built versions of the same page that depend of the type of browser you use so you are redirected ...

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Tutorial: Building a Todo Mobile App with Ionic, Angular, Appery.io Visual App Builder and Database

For years, developers had to make a choice: build a single hybrid app with a so-so user experience, or build a native app for each platform with a great user experience. Developers don’t have to make this choice anymore. By integrating the Ionic SDK into Appery.io, developers can build enterprise HTML5/hybrid apps on a single code base that offer a native experience ...

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Non-Rails Frameworks in Ruby: Cuba, Sinatra, Padrino, Lotus

It’s common for a Ruby developer to describe themselves as a Rails developer. It’s also common for someone’s entire Ruby experience to be through Rails. Rails began in 2003 by David Heinemeier Hansson, quickly becoming the most popular web framework and also serving as an introduction to Ruby for many developers. Rails is great. I use it every day for ...

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HTML5 Boilerplate Framework Tutorial

In this article, we’ll be going through a very popular HTML5 framework, maybe the most popular one, HTML5 Boilerplate. HTML5 Boilerplate helps you build fast, robust, and adaptable web apps or sites. This project is the product of many years of iterative development and combined community knowledge. It does not impose a specific development philosophy or framework, so you’re free ...

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JavaScript Survival Tools for the Java Developer

Although I’ve worked with JavaScript a bit here and there over the years, I have not used it as regularly or consistently as I’ve used Java. I have also not used it for anything nearly as complex as for what I’ve used Java. Therefore, it is not very surprising that moving from commonly used Java to seldom used JavaScript offers ...

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HTML5 Offline Storage Example

The aim of this article is to go through HTML5 local storage, also referred to as ‘offline’ storage. When web developers think of storing anything about the user, they immediately think of uploading to the server. HTML5 changes that, as there are now several technologies allowing the app to save data on the client device. It might also be sync’d ...

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