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Read-Only Properties in Python

Python descriptors are a fairly powerful mechanic, especially for creating properties. The built-in property descriptor/decorator works very well for defining properties, but they have a small weakness in my eyes: it doesn’t have defaults for simple usage. Yes, not supplying the property class with all methods does have the decent default of not allowing that usage, but I mean that ...

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HTML5 Calendar Example

In this example, our focus will be on creating a calendar component with HTML5 and CSS3 and later add some interactivity using javascript. Calendars will be needed in websites whether just for information or when date input is needed. The user is always willing to see nice stuff. We can create calendars with HTML5 and style them with CSS3, but ...

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HTML5 Date Time Components Example

The aim of this example is to show how to use and style different date and time components. Date and time components are new elements added on HTML5 and not all browsers support it (i.e mozilla firefox). Chrome fully supports the following components, while IE and Firefox still don’t. To check if your browser supports this component check here. We ...

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The Top 5 Mistakes AngularJS Developers Make Part 1: Relying on scope

Although AngularJS is an extraordinarily popular framework, there is plenty of discussion and controversy over whether or not it truly adds value to projects. Having witnessed its value firsthand as I described in my recent post, Angular from a Different Angle, I believe it can be a powerful tool when used correctly. Voltaire said, “With great power comes great responsibility.” ...

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jQuery mouseover example

Javascript is essentially a very good tool for tracking events on a web page and changing some view options after user actions. We can track mouse clicks, mouse movements, key’s ups and downs and a lot of other user activity. All this stuff can be done using jQuery and in this article we’ll consider its approach how to perform actions ...

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Ionic Framework – Mobile Hybrid Application Development

When I was developing our wedding application back in February, I was also trying to learn the ropes in AngularJS. It didn’t make sense for me to go with JQuery Mobile since, well I am learning angularjs. So I think through my options and ask, “Jquery mobile is essentially built in a javascript framework, is there an angularjs alternative?”. Luckily ...

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HTML5 Color picker example

In this article I will show you how to create a Color Picker using HTML5 Canvas API. I’ll first present you the API we’ll use. Then we’ll create a “color picker” you can reuse in your applications. This article will not present the use of the new <input type="color" />. 1. Introduction The way to create a color picker is ...

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