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Stop pushing the web forward

QuirksBlog, July 28, 2015
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Fair warning. You’re going to hate this one. I want to stop pushing the web forward for a while. I want a moratorium on new browser features for about a year or so.Recently I’ve been having serious do...

Whats new in babylon.js v2.1? Using WebGL and 3D in the latest browsers

The Code Project Latest Articles, July 14, 2015
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The babylon.JS team at Microsoft recently released a new update (v2.1) with a host of new and improved tools to build browser-based 3D experiences. In this article, Ill walk you through some of the ma...

Whats new in babylon.js v2.1? Using WebGL and 3D in the latest browsers

The Code Project Latest Articles, July 14, 2015
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The babylon.JS team at Microsoft recently released a new update (v2.1) with a host of new and improved tools to build browser-based 3D experiences. In this article, Ill walk you through some of the ma...

Overcoming WebBrowser control scripting limitations with ScriptingBridge

The Code Project Latest Articles, July 10, 2015
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Tightly coupling .NET code and browser side JavaScript is difficult with the WebBrowser control. ScriptingBridge was designed to overcome these limitations....

External Links in Cordova for iOS

Rick Strahls WebLog, July 2, 2015
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Hybrid app development with Cordova can be challenging at times. While it makes so much sense to build Web applications that can run in as an app in a WebView that can be running on most device platfo...

Enhance your JavaScript debugging life with cross-browser Source Maps

The Code Project Latest Articles, June 15, 2015
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In this tutorial, Ill show you how to find Source Maps in all of the browsers and get the most out of those few minutes you have to debug....

Some Windows 10 Service Branch Options Exclude Use of Edge Browser

Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine Online | Todays Top Picks, June 10, 2015
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Microsoft's upcoming service-branch options for Windows 10 will affect which Internet browser organizations will be able to use....

IPad Scroll Issues with Fixed Content

Rick Strahls WebLog, June 6, 2015
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Ive run into problems with scrolling <div> tags with iOS Safari on a number of occasions and each time, I end up wasting untold amounts of time. In typical mobile apps I create, I tend to have a...

IPad Scroll Issues with Fixed Content

Rick Strahls WebLog, June 6, 2015
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Ive run into problems with scrolling <div> tags with iOS Safari on a number of occasions and each time, I end up wasting untold amounts of time. In typical mobile apps I create, I tend to have a...

Right To Left (RTL) Text Display in Angular and ASP.NET

Rick Strahls WebLog, May 24, 2015
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Recently I was gently asked to add support for RTL language editing in my Westwind.Globalization library and the Web Resource Editor. The Editor supports displaying resources in all of its localized v...

ASP.NET SignalR: Old-fashioned Polling, Just Done Better

Simple Talk, May 18, 2015
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A website often needs to update a page as the underlying data changes. You can, of course, just poll the server every few seconds on the browser via JavaScript, but to receive live updates from a sit...

Responsive Websites - One size fits all

The Code Project Latest Articles, May 14, 2015
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If you start wondering about how will my site look when accessed by different devices after you create then you are doing it wrong. Building responsive websites is the answer. Using this technology a ...

Microsoft's Names Next Web Browser 'Edge'

Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine Online | Todays Top Picks, April 29, 2015
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Microsoft announced today at its Build event that its next Web browser associated with Windows 10 will be called "Edge."...

Online Spreadsheet, a low latency html5 websocket Cloud service (SaaS) in C# .net

The Code Project Latest Articles, April 28, 2015
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Build your own cloud spreadsheet (like Microsoft Excel, google sheets) that exposes shreadsheet workbook via web browser. Users can create excel like spreadsheets using web browser save it, share it,...

The problems with the device-adaptation spec

QuirksBlog, April 20, 2015
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After last week’s rant about, among other things, the W3C Device Adaptation spec, one of the spec’s authors asked me to clarify my critique. Fair enough. Here’s my take on the current specification.My...

Of undocumented Chrome features and unreadable W3C specs

QuirksBlog, April 15, 2015
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Today I rant about undocumented Chrome features and unreadable W3C specs. There’s too much of both nowadays, and I’m getting VERY tired of both. Google and W3C should clean up their act.Today’s proble...

WebRTCScreenSharing Application

The Code Project Latest Articles, April 6, 2015
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This paper describes the Screen Sharing Sample App that runs in the Chrome browser....

Introduction to WCF

The Code Project Latest Articles, April 6, 2015
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This tip explains WCF and helps understand the difference between WCF and Web Services....

An Online Spreadsheet in C# .net (Cloud SaaS)

The Code Project Latest Articles, March 31, 2015
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This is an online spreadsheet (like Microsoft Excel, google sheets) that exposes shreadsheet functionality via web browser. Users can create excel like spreadsheets using web browser save it, share i...

Better modern input type detection

QuirksBlog, March 11, 2015
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During my research of modern input types such as email, date, and number I stumbled upon the Hello World JavaScript detection technique. After fairly extensive testing I concluded that it should be ad...

How I learned to stop worrying and love IE8

More Whidbey stuff, March 9, 2015
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After an IE6-induced era of stagnation, the Web has adopted a steady pace of serious innovation and progress these last few years. Regular browser updates, collaboration on open standards, and some po...

Single Instance Web Application

The Code Project Latest Articles, March 8, 2015
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Run one instance of web application in client browser...

Are we done with icon fonts yet?

More Whidbey stuff, March 2, 2015
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It seemed like a good idea at the time: wingdings for the web, collections of vector glyphs that are easy to include in your pages. Except that a web page is not a Word document. Now that SVG is prope...

Using FontAwesome Fonts for HTML Radio Buttons and Checkboxes

Rick Strahls WebLog, February 26, 2015
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Spruce up your boring checkboxes and radio buttons with custom FontAwesome symbols using a little bit of CSS. If you're tired of boring checkboxes and radio buttons, or you simply want a more consiste...

Grooveshark API Tutorial .NET Code

The Code Project Latest Articles, February 22, 2015
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Grooveshark makes available methods for accessing and interacting with Grooveshark data. All methods require a web services key and you must sign your requests with a secret key. The API is not public...

Directory size browser

The Code Project Latest Articles, February 13, 2015
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This article shows how to build a responsive directory size browser application utilizing threading....

Debugging Map Reduce in MongoDB

K. Scott Allen, February 11, 2015
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There isn’t much insight into the execution of a map reduce script in MongoDB, but I’ve found three techniques to help. Of course the preferred technique for map reduce is to use declarati...

Safari iOS bigger than Firefox; non-Google Chromia bigger than Safari Mac

QuirksBlog, February 9, 2015
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With my recent Chromia research in mind it’s time to study the browser stats for Q3 and Q4 2014, as always according to StatCounter. For the first time I give consolidated browser stats across all dev...

Chrome continues to fall apart at brisk pace

QuirksBlog, February 3, 2015
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Google Chrome is not the default browser on Android 4.3+. There are now at least eight Chromium-based Android default browsers, and they are all subtly, though not wildly, different.The number of Chro...

Microsoft Explains Legacy App Support in Microsoft's Upcoming Spartan Browser

Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine Online | Todays Top Picks, January 28, 2015
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Microsoft shed some light about its upcoming Spartan Web browser this week....

Time to drop IE7 support in v15.1?

The ASPx Blog, January 16, 2015
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In the next major release of DevExpress (v15.1), we are going to drop support for Internet Explorer 7 (IE7). Here's why...Legacy browsers like IE7 are a headache for web developers to support. Thi...

Angular and templating

QuirksBlog, January 15, 2015
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Well, that was quite a ride. 50K hits on my Angular article (which is a LOT for me), and still people trickling in.Predictably, trolls came out in the comment threads on Hacker News and Reddit, but al...

C#: WebBrowser vs Gecko vs Awesomium vs OpenWebKitSharp: What To Choose And How to Use

The Code Project Latest Articles, January 8, 2015
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Comparison of 4 browser engines and controls + some tips for their using (in attached projects and in tip text). Short and clear....

Rumor: Microsoft To Release 'Spartan' Web Browser with Windows 10

Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine Online | Todays Top Picks, January 6, 2015
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Redmond may be working on a new Web browser that may be a deviation from its Internet Explorer line....

A new Microsoft browser?

QuirksBlog, December 31, 2014
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Recently the news broke that Microsoft may be working on another browser instead of IE. After reviewing the available evidence I’ve come to the conclusion that, although Microsoft is making a few adju...

C#: WebBrowser vs Gecko vs Awesomium vs OpenWebKitSharp: What To Choose And How to Use

The Code Project Latest Articles, December 19, 2014
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Comparison of 4 browser engines and controls + some tips for their using (in attached projects and in tip text). Short and clear....

Space Invaders Game Written in TypeScript

The Code Project Latest Articles, December 8, 2014
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This is a browser-based game similar to the old Space Invaders video game written in TypeScript....

Web Ink/Drawing Control

The Code Project Latest Articles, December 8, 2014
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An article on creating and using a web browser (IE only) compatible ink or drawing control using the Microsoft Tablet PC SDK version 1.7. A sample pre-built control is provided for use and demonstrati...

Disable Secure Page Cache

The Code Project Latest Articles, November 26, 2014
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This tip will address the issue of expiring the page when browser buttons are used for navigation of application....

Gradients (and screenshots) update

QuirksBlog, November 26, 2014
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Just now I published the retests of the CSS Images and replaced content spec, which includes gradients. It was during these tests yesterday that I discovered Android screenshots aren’t always trustwor...

Identity not verified issue in Chrome

Scott Forsyths WebLog, November 26, 2014
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“Identity not verified” issue in Chrome 39 I ran into an interesting issue with a site that I’m involved with. This week we started to receive reports of a warning in Chrome that say...

Android gradient screenshot madness

QuirksBlog, November 25, 2014
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Another fine day at the QuirksMode test labs, where we test browsers so you don’t have to. Today’s topic is CSS gradients, and the subtle ways in which the various Android devices fuck them up. Also, ...

Stage 3:Turn your basic Arduino device without Any Internet Sheild into IoT using Clever Serial Communication and ASP.Net Webservices

The Code Project Latest Articles, November 23, 2014
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A beginners hack to turn Arduino in to a IoT device with C#, Asp.Net web services...

Preparing libGDX to natively support Intel x86 CPUs running Android*

The Code Project Latest Articles, November 17, 2014
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libGDX is an open-source, cross-platform game development framework for Windows*, Linux*, Mac OS X*, Android, iOS*, and Blackberry* platforms and WebGL-enabled browsers....

Transition tests

QuirksBlog, November 5, 2014
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Today I published my tests of CSS transitions in the desktop and mobile browsers. I created the test cases ages ago, but interpreting the results turned out to be tricky.Big overview: transitions are ...

Mobile Virtual Reality Rendering

The Code Project Latest Articles, October 26, 2014
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Advanced introduction to rendering browser-driven, parallax 3D environments....

Angular JS : A simple workout with addition of two numbers

The Code Project Latest Articles, October 24, 2014
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Hello all, in last Blog we learn about Angular.JS, today will write some code and will see how this works. First let’s understand how Angular script works. This is an simple example of Browser, ...

Responsive Web Design: Relying on the Form-Factor

Simple Talk, October 7, 2014
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For visitors to get a good experience from your website irrespective of the device they use, you need to do more than just accommodate to the dimensions of the browser in pixels. To take it to the nex...

SOLVED: Failed to process your item error when uploading to Chrome Web Store

Run Tings Proper, September 28, 2014
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I just published my first extension on the Chrome Web Store but every time I tried to upload the finished article I kept getting the same error: Failed to process your item. This is how I solved it. ...

SOLVED: Failed to process your item error when uploading to Chrome Web Store

Run Tings Proper, September 28, 2014
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I just published my first extension on the Chrome Web Store but every time I tried to upload the finished article I kept getting the same error: Failed to process your item. This is how I solved it. ...