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Karma Is Not Just For AngularJS

K. Scott Allen, August 19, 2014
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The AngularJS team created Karma, but Karma isn’t tied to AngularJS. As a test runner, I can use Karma to run tests against any JavaScript code using a variety of testing frameworks in a variety...

Internet Explorer To Block Outdated ActiveX Versions

Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine Online | Todays Top Picks, August 7, 2014
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ActiveX blocking capabilities will be making their way to Internet Explorer browsers on Aug. 12, according to Microsoft....

Features Of ES6 Part 2 : const

K. Scott Allen, August 6, 2014
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The ES6 const keyword will give you what the keyword name implies a read-only variable. Like let, a variable declared with const will have block scoping, and you cannot re-declare a const. const MAX_...

MongoLabs next-generation Dedicated AWS plans 100% SSD!

MongoLab - MongoDB Hosting, August 5, 2014
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Were excited to announce the next generation of MongoLab’s production-ready Dedicated plans on Amazon Web Services (AWS). After years of experience managing a fleet of over a hundred thousand MongoDB ...

The gift that keeps on giving: Windows Store Accounts

Frans Boumas blog, July 29, 2014
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In 2012, I thought it might be a good idea to register for a Windows Store Account, oh sorry, 'Windows Developer Services-account'. As you might recall, signing up was a bit of a pain. After a year, I...

LG TV test report

QuirksBlog, July 25, 2014
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After my Samsung smart TV test of two weeks ago I was interested in another TV test. Last Friday I was at a client that turned out to have an LG smart TV with browser, and I ran some quick tests.The i...

Embedded WebBrowser (IWebBrowser2) in Pure C++ (no MFC, etc)

The Code Project Latest Articles, July 25, 2014
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Simple WebBrowser (IE) class in Pure C++...

Samsung Smart TV test report

QuirksBlog, July 10, 2014
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A friend of mine bought a fairly cheap (so probably not-too-new) Samsung smart TV to watch football, then promptly went on holiday with his family and asked me to feed the cat. In return I demanded th...

Thousands of code samples at your finger tips

MSDN: Coding4Fun, June 16, 2014
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Code, code, code. That seems that's all we blog about here! Yeah, I know, how awesome is that! :)Today we're revisiting my favorite code repository, one that's been providing code samples for years no...

The Sites That Want You Versus The Sites That Have You

K. Scott Allen, May 14, 2014
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Lets divide the world web web into two categories. The Sites That Have You These are the web sites that you must use because you are a captive customer. The web site for your primary bank would be on...

PowerShell One-Liners: Collections, Hashtables, Arrays and Strings

Simple Talk, May 13, 2014
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The way to learn PowerShell is to browse and nibble, rather than to sit down to a formal five-course meal. In his continuing series on Powershell one-liners, Michael Sorens provides Fast Food for busy...

Adaptive vs Responsive Design

The Code Project Latest Articles, May 13, 2014
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Responsive web design generally cares about one thing: how wide is the browser that the website will be displayed on....

Improving your ASP.NET web form application's performance

The Code Project Latest Articles, May 13, 2014
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This article explains exactly how to Improve your existing ASP.NET Web Form Application performance using Javascript / Jquery and Web Services....

PowerShell Script Browser 1.0 Released

Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine Online | Todays Top Picks, April 21, 2014
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Microsoft's Script Browser 1.0, an add-in search tool that works with PowerShell's integrated scripting environment, was released by Microsoft last week....

prevent a goback to the previous page and refresh the current page in asp.net 1.0 app

The Code Project Latest Articles, April 14, 2014
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This article describe a solution to prevent some browser's functionnalities...

Suppressing the 300ms click delay

QuirksBlog, April 7, 2014
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By default, if you tap on a touchscreen it takes about 300ms before a click event fires. It’s possible to remove this delay, but it’s complicated. I investigated it.The reason for the delay is double-...

Introducing Bing Code Search, an easy way to find code samples from within Visual Studio 2013

The Code Project Latest Articles, April 5, 2014
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Time is valuable and sometimes taking the time to open up a new browser tab to search for an example of code to do something can be a pain (because we can also be lazy). Thankfully,Microsoft’s L...

Project Siena Beta 2: Enabling business users to create apps connected to enterprise services, web and social

Somasegars WebLog, March 24, 2014
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Three months ago, we opened up Project Siena to the public.  The response from enterprise business users, partners and general app imagineers has been great to see. The initial release of Project...

Windows Phone WebBrowser control: Manipulating Page DOM

The Code Project Latest Articles, March 18, 2014
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Shows how to manipulate the DOM of a page loaded in WebBrowser control of Windows Phone....

A simple HTML/CSS adaptive container.

MS-Joe, March 14, 2014
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So if you’ve been reading me for a while or you follow me on Twitter you probably know I’m a fight fan. I’ve started building a sports app related to fighting sports and I’m starting with an HTLM5 app...

Microsoft Android

QuirksBlog, March 13, 2014
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A month ago Nokia announced its Nokia X product line which runs Android as its operating system. This is an interesting development because nobody expected Nokia to turn to Android — especially not no...

IWebBrowser2 Wrapper Class

The Code Project Latest Articles, March 4, 2014
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A class that wraps the IWebBrowser2 interface of Microsoft Internet Explorer to enable you to browse, print and save web content programatically...

Installable web apps

QuirksBlog, February 21, 2014
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Yesterday I replied to a tweet by Marcos about “add to home screen,” and that kicked off a long and rather interesting conversation about installable web apps. This post gives my view.As Bruce explain...

Azure Blobs with Node.js and Express

K. Scott Allen, February 3, 2014
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The Node.js packages for Azure are fun to work with. Here’s a little walkthrough for building an Express app to display the blobs in an Azure storage container. 1. Create an application with Exp...

URL Rewrite vs. Redirect; Whats the difference?

Scott Forsyths WebLog, January 29, 2014
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IIS URL Rewrite has five different types of actions. They are: Rewrite, Redirect, Custom Response, Abort Request, and None. And if you have ARR (Application Request Routing) installed, then at the ser...

URL Rewrite vs. Redirect; Whats the difference?

Scott Forsyths WebLog, January 29, 2014
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IIS URL Rewrite has five different types of actions. They are: Rewrite, Redirect, Custom Response, Abort Request, and None. And if you have ARR (Application Request Routing) installed, then at the ser...

Skinning Web Applications with CSS

AspNetResources.com articles, news and updates, January 24, 2014
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The common approach to skinning web applications lies in reshuffling controls on a page. Traditionally developers define templates with different color schemes and/or control positioning, tables and i...

What's In Your DOCTYPE?

AspNetResources.com articles, news and updates, January 24, 2014
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When you create a web form in Visual Studio.NET using the canned "Web Form" template you might ask yourself, "What is this DOCTYPE declaration about?" <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML...

Make Every Web Page Printer-Friendly

AspNetResources.com articles, news and updates, January 24, 2014
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You found an article online and want to print it to nicely punch thee holes on the side and store it with other useful stuff. Almost every site nowadays provides a printer-friendly page of this and th...

Building Dazzling Charts With Office Web Components

AspNetResources.com articles, news and updates, January 24, 2014
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Need to create eye-popping charts in real time and do it at no cost at all? Give Microsoft Office Web Components a try.Any time you need to add killer 3D charts to your web application you probably ju...

Browser stats for Q4

QuirksBlog, January 17, 2014
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It’s time for some browser stats, as always courtesy of StatCounter.StatCounter has rolled out a major upgrade to its statistics. For the first time, tablets are now clearly separated from desktop. If...

width=device-width, initial-scale, and too-wide elements

QuirksBlog, January 16, 2014
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Just some random notes from the trenches in order to show everyone that, despite appearances, the viewport is not simple or easy to understand.A browser vendor asked me to study the following problem:...

Session Time Out Warning Message Using jQuery in ASP.NET

The Code Project Latest Articles, January 16, 2014
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How to show a warning message to the user prior to 15 minutes before the session time out, in other words if the user is in an idle state for more than 5 minutes then the user gets a message in the br...

InfoPath Forms 2013-Part 4

The Code Project Latest Articles, January 3, 2014
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How to publish a form as Web browser based...

Understanding Font Rules in CSS

Jason N. Gaylords Blog, December 24, 2013
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Quite often, developers or designers include a list of fonts within their CSS. As an example, one might define a CSS rule such as: font-family: Segoe UI, Arial, Tahoma, Helvetica; However, what some ...

Solution to Browser Back Button Click Event Handling

The Code Project Latest Articles, December 15, 2013
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Solution to browser back button click event handling...

BabylonJS + WebGL + Bing + Maps + 3D = BabylonBing

MSDN: Coding4Fun, December 11, 2013
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Today's Web Wednesday from Andy Beaulieu shows how we can play with the new WebGL capabilities in IE11, using the power of Bing's 3D Maps...Bing 3D Maps using WebGL and BabylonJSIn this post, we will ...

position: fixed update

QuirksBlog, December 10, 2013
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I redid the CSS2 tests in the mobile browsers; that is, the declarations that were never added to a CSS3 module. Since position: fixed is part of my CSS2 tests, it’s time for an update.Last time we sa...

Desktop media query bugs 2: DPR and zoom level

QuirksBlog, December 3, 2013
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I recently tested media queries in both mobile and desktop browsers, and found that the desktop browsers are making several serious mistakes in their implementation that threaten to pull apart the mob...

Desktop media query bugs 1: rounding and width

QuirksBlog, December 2, 2013
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I recently tested media queries in both mobile and desktop browsers, and found that the desktop browsers are making several serious mistakes in their implementation that threaten to pull apart the mob...

Media query/RWD/viewport survey results

QuirksBlog, November 22, 2013
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This week I ran an eight-question survey of media query use, responsive web design fundamentals, and one viewport question. 1251 web developers reacted. This entry presents the results.Most important ...

screen.width is useless

QuirksBlog, November 13, 2013
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Yesterday I tested screen.width/height and related properties in the mobile browsers. The conclusion is that screen.width/height is completely unreliable.There are two competing definitions of what sc...

A day in the life

QuirksBlog, November 9, 2013
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Thursday was an unusual day. I thought I’d describe it, so that you know what one of my unusual-but-not-ultra-weird days looks like.When I woke up my aim was to continue writing my viewport chapter. A...

Pre-installed Chrome on Android

QuirksBlog, November 7, 2013
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Today, quite by coincidence, I found out that the Samsung Galaxy S3 and S4, as well as the LG L5, have Chrome pre-installed next to their default browsers. I have no clue what’s going on and would lik...

Of viewports and screens, input modes and event handlers

QuirksBlog, November 5, 2013
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Last week Luke Wroblewski published an important article in which he said that web developers practising responsive design rely too much on a device’s screen size to determine which device it is.He sh...

Browser Back Button handling after Sign Out throug JavaScript

The Code Project Latest Articles, November 4, 2013
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This simple Tip/Trick is focused on providing a simple and cross browser compatible solutio....

Modern/Metro Internet Explorer: What were they thinking???

Rick Strahls WebLog, November 4, 2013
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As I installed Windows 8.1 last week I decided that I really should take a closer look at Internet Explorer in the Modern/Metro environment again. Right away I ran into two issues that are real head s...

Raspberry Pi as low-cost HD surveillance camera

The Code Project Latest Articles, November 1, 2013
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Build a low-cost HD video surveillance cam with worldwide access from any browser...

Local mobile browser markets: Indonesia

QuirksBlog, October 24, 2013
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It’s instructive to take a good look at some local mobile browser market stats, as always by StatCounter. Today we treat Indonesia.Indonesia resembles Nigeria and India, but is less extreme than these...

Local mobile browser markets: India

QuirksBlog, October 23, 2013
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It’s instructive to take a good look at some local mobile browser market stats, as always by StatCounter. Today we treat India.India resembles Nigeria, which we studied last time, but is less extreme....