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Baking Bootstrap Snippets with Jade

What You'll Be Creating Arguably the greatest strength of Twitter’s ever popular Bootstrap framework is that it gives you a complete set of fully functional CSS and JavaScript out of the box. This pre-done code provides just about everything you could want in a site, from typography to layout control to dozens of “components” such as navbars, buttons, panels, alert boxes and more. Because you’ll spend littl ...

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Firefox.html – Re-Implement the Firefox UI in HTML

Firefox.html is an experiment, a proof of concept: trying to re-implement the Firefox UI in HTML, as an app. It is based on the Browser API and works the same way Gaia’s browser and system apps work. Even though it includes tags like vbox, hbox, spacer, etc… it’s all HTML. Current priority is to re-implement the basic features of Firefox Desktop to make Firefox.html a usable browser, and understand what’s m ...

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Chartist.js, An Open-Source Library For Responsive Charts

The list of charting libraries for the web is already quite long, and you might ask yourself why we would need to make it any longer. Whenever you need to develop an application’s dashboard, embed some usage statistics or simply visualize some data, you will find yourself looking for a charting library that fits your needs. Chartist was developed for a very particular need: to create simple responsive chart ...

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Lazy Loading Google Maps jQuery Plugin

For Osvaldas Valutis’s latest responsive freelance project there was a contact page where he had to display several Google Maps instances on a single page. You can see where he is heading to: what if a user is not going to scroll down the page because the very first map is what a user was looking for? What if the user is accessing the page on a smartphone under the cellular internet connection? The right wa ...

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Encrypting Blacklisted Words In WordPress With ROT13

Countless algorithms for encrypting data exist in computer science. One of the lesser known and less common encryptions is ROT13, a derivative of the Caesar cypher 1 encryption technique. In this tutorial, we’ll learn about ROT13 encryption and how it works. We’ll see how text (or strings) can be programmatically encoded in ROT13 using PHP. Finally, we’ll code a WordPress plugin that scans a post for blackl ...

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Upcoming Web Design Events (Dec. 2014 – June 2015)

The year may be slowly coming to an end, but there are still so many exciting conferences to keep in mind before we turn our calendars over to 2015. Our industry’s indefatigable speakers aren’t quite done yet! We have to admit though, 2014 was a truly exciting year! With so much happening in the industry, conference organizers have done their best to keep you up to date. Take a look at some of the amazing e ...

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Upcoming Web Design Events (Dec. 2014 – June 2015)

The year may be slowly coming to an end, but there are still so many exciting conferences to keep in mind before we turn our calendars over to 2015. Our industry’s indefatigable speakers aren’t quite done yet! We have to admit though, 2014 was a truly exciting year! With so much happening in the industry, conference organizers have done their best to keep you up to date. Take a look at some of the amazing e ...

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Enhancing User Experience With The Web Speech API

It’s an exciting time for web APIs, and one to watch out for is the Web Speech API. It enables websites and web apps not only to speak to you, but to listen, too. It’s still early days, but this functionality is set to open a whole array of use cases. I’d say that’s pretty awesome. In this article, we’ll look at the technology and its proposed usage, as well as some great examples of how it can be used to e ...

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