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Minimalist programming for the web

I’m not the most minimalist person in real life: I always have a ton of things going on, be it gardening, cooking, crafting or coding projects. This is a pretty common plight for a programmer since we like to tinker. But when I code something for production and not as a toy project, I believe that minimalist is something important ...

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CSS Pseudo Class Example

In this example we are talking about CSS pseudo-classes concept. A CSS pseudo-class is a keyword added to selectors that specifies a special state of the element to be selected. For example :hover will apply a style when the user hovers over the element specified by the selector. A pseudo-class is used to define a special state of an element. ...

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Exploring the HTML5 Web Audio API: Filters

With the Web Audio API you can have advanced audio processing directly inside your browser. This API specifies a whole bunch of nodes you can use to create your audio processing pipeline. In a previous article I showed a number of these components, and how they can be used together to play back sound and visualize the results. In this ...

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CSS Style Inline Example

The aim of this example is to go through applying CSS properties inline inside html code. Inline styles are CSS styles that are applied to one element using the style attribute before closing the opening tag. Inline styling is useful for applying a unique style to a single HTML element. There are several advantages and disadvantages to it that we ...

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Remote Access with $http service using AngularJS

Many a times you want to make an asynchronous invocation to the remote server from the client side JavaScript code. This can be achieved through the use of $http service. The article will demonstrate the basic use of $http service in AngularJS Think remote invocation, think $http. The $http service very neatly abstracts XMLHttpRequest object of the browser to enable ...

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CSS Accordion Menu Example

The aim of this example is to explain how to create a CSS accordion menu. Accordion menus are menus whose content can be expanded in width or height, usually with a smooth wipe effect, to show more of something. Until now, this has been achieved using mostly javascript (jQuery), but as you may have realised by now, those are far ...

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Working with Filters in AngularJS

Filters in AngularJS are like data formatters. You could have a currency value stored in a db but want to render it on the UI by formatting it as a double value (with decimals) and prefixing it with currency symbol. This can be achieved using the concept called filters. Filter plays the role in formatting the expression (value or data) ...

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