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Hello.js – JavaScript SDK for Authenticating Web Services

Hello.js is a client-side Javascript SDK for authenticating with OAuth2 (and OAuth1 with a oauth proxy) web services and querying their REST API’s. HelloJS standardizes paths and responses to common API’s like Google Data Services, Facebook Graph and Windows Live Connect. It’s modular, so that list is growing. HelloJS can also be run on phonegap applications. Requirements: JavaScript Framework Demo: http:// ...

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Hello.js – JavaScript SDK for Authenticating Web Services

Hello.js is a client-side Javascript SDK for authenticating with OAuth2 (and OAuth1 with a oauth proxy) web services and querying their REST API’s. HelloJS standardizes paths and responses to common API’s like Google Data Services, Facebook Graph and Windows Live Connect. It’s modular, so that list is growing. HelloJS can also be run on phonegap applications. Requirements: JavaScript Framework Demo: http:// ...

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Hello.js – JavaScript SDK for Authenticating Web Services

Hello.js is a client-side Javascript SDK for authenticating with OAuth2 (and OAuth1 with a oauth proxy) web services and querying their REST API’s. HelloJS standardizes paths and responses to common API’s like Google Data Services, Facebook Graph and Windows Live Connect. It’s modular, so that list is growing. HelloJS can also be run on phonegap applications. Requirements: JavaScript Framework Demo: http:// ...

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Sci-Fi, Frustrations, Flash And Forms: The Typeform Story

Take any new interface design or display technology, and chances are that someone somewhere has already compared it to Minority Report. The 2002 dystopian film, with its see-through screens and gesture-driven interfaces, is remembered more for its futuristic tech than for the insidiousness of the technology — pre-crime prediction — that was its actual focus. It continues to be the standard by which we judge ...

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How to Give Your Logo the “Slip Scroll” Effect

In today's tutorial we're going to use JavaScript to create a simple, flexible, parallax effect where a logo seemingly changes colors with the background it's on when the user scrolls. The Slip Scroll effect in action We'll be creating a “default” element which holds true to its placement ( position: fixed ), and a bunch of “moveable” elements whose position is dependent on that “default” element. We’ll use ...

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Applying Participatory Design To Mobile Testing

People use their mobile devices everywhere: on the train, while waiting in line, sitting on the couch. As much as we aim to design our mobile apps and websites for contextual use, testing their usability in context can be challenging. While getting out in the field for user testing is not always realistic, simulating much of that contextual experience in a lab is possible. One approach to mobile testing is ...

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7 Questions With FOWA Rising Star Flurin Egger

Flurin Egger is Swiss, lives in the Netherlands, is a front-end fanatic and lover of English shoes (who isn’t?) We caught up with him as he put the finishing touches to his talk for FOWA in London . The Interview Hi Flurin, to get started, let us in on a few of your favourite Twitter accounts - who should we be following? I generally try to follow people instead of companies/groups. So if I’d have to pick a ...

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Prototyping For Better Products, Stronger Teams And Happier Clients

As mobile designers, we have a stark decision to make: do we spend time learning new tools and changing our design processes to create our own transitional interfaces, or a re the tools that we’ve been using good enough? There’s an old writing adage that advises writers, whenever possible, to “show, don’t tell” when bringing characters to life. The goal is to reveal the story through the character’s experie ...

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