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  • ForceServer: A Local Server to Streamline Salesforce OAuth and REST Development

    Christophe Coenraets
    Christophe Coenraets
    4 Nov 2014 | 12:00 pm
    Salesforce provides a REST API that makes it easy to access and manipulate Salesforce data from any application. To start using Salesforce OAuth and the REST APIs, you need to add a few components to your development environment: A Proxy Server to avoid cross-domain policy issues when invoking Salesforce REST services. (The Chatter API supports CORS, but other APIs don’t yet) A Local Web Server to (1) serve the OAuth callback URL defined in your Connected App, and (2) serve the whole app during development and avoid cross-domain policy issues when loading files (for example, templates)…
  • 5 Must Know Swift Features

    Lee Brimelow
    Lee Brimelow
    4 Nov 2014 | 9:49 am
    In this Swift video tutorial you will learn about 5 must know Swift features: lazy vars, tuples, Swift arrays, enumerations, and computed properties.
  • Announcing Open Source of .NET Core Framework, .NET Core Distribution for Linux/OSX, and Free Visual Studio Community Edition

    ScottGu's Blog
    12 Nov 2014 | 7:45 am
    This week we are holding our Connect() developer event in New York City.  This is an event that is being streamed online for free, and it covers some of the great new capabilities coming with the Visual Studio 2015 and .NET 5 releases.  You can watch the event live as well as on-demand here. I just finished giving the opening keynote of the event during which I made several big announcements: Announcing the Open Sourcing of the .NET Core Runtime and Libraries Over the last several years we have integrated more and more open source technology into our .NET, Visual Studio, and Azure…
  • GWT.create 2015 is around the corner...

    Google Web Toolkit Blog
    Bhaskar Janakiraman
    18 Nov 2014 | 4:12 pm
    The 2015 GWT.create conference is happening on January 22-23 in Mountain View, California and on January 27-28 in Munich, Germany. Many Googlers will be attending this year at the Mountain View venue, including the GWT team and people from teams using GWT within Google. This year’s sessions will include coverage of new functionality in upcoming versions of GWT, including Java 8 support and better interoperability with Javascript and Web Components. We will also talk about how Inbox by Gmail was built, using GWT and j2objc together to run the same code on the web and mobile devices. We hope…
  • Ext JS and Sencha Touch Customer Spotlight - pixx.io

    Sencha Blog
    20 Nov 2014 | 7:56 am
    pixx.io is a modern and easy-to-use media management application targeting the needs of semi-professional and professional photographers, creative agencies, startups and SMEs. The software is built with Ext JS 5 and Sencha Touch 2.4. In addition, we used PHP and Perl in combination with MySQL database. pixx.io enables users to collect, manage and share all kinds of media. A state of the art user interface, intuitive search fields, and various filters (GPS, date, author, orientation, etc.) allow users to find the needed files quickly and easily. pixx.io also makes it possible to share files…
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    Christophe Coenraets

  • ForceServer: A Local Server to Streamline Salesforce OAuth and REST Development

    Christophe Coenraets
    4 Nov 2014 | 12:00 pm
    Salesforce provides a REST API that makes it easy to access and manipulate Salesforce data from any application. To start using Salesforce OAuth and the REST APIs, you need to add a few components to your development environment: A Proxy Server to avoid cross-domain policy issues when invoking Salesforce REST services. (The Chatter API supports CORS, but other APIs don’t yet) A Local Web Server to (1) serve the OAuth callback URL defined in your Connected App, and (2) serve the whole app during development and avoid cross-domain policy issues when loading files (for example, templates)…
  • Ionic Tutorial and Sample Application

    Christophe Coenraets
    28 Oct 2014 | 8:41 am
    I had a great time presenting the PhoneGap Day workshops with Michael and Holly last week in San Francisco. In the afternoon, I ran an AngularJS/Ionic workshop based on this tutorial. At the end of the workshop, I showed a more complete version of the application with additional UI polish and better code organization. A number of people asked me to share that version, so here it is… Source Code The complete version of the application is now available in this repository on GitHub. Hosted Version I also deployed a version of the application on Heroku. You can run the application here.
  • New Salesforce Mobile SDK 2.3 with Cordova 3.5 Support

    Christophe Coenraets
    4 Sep 2014 | 8:35 am
    The Salesforce Mobile SDK allows developers to easily build Native (iOS and Android) and Hybrid (Cordova-based) applications on top of the Salesforce platform. Version 2.3 was released last week, and you can find the list of new and improved features in the official announcement blog post. My own favorite new feature is Cordova 3.5 support for Hybrid apps. You can now build Salesforce mobile applications using your standard Cordova workflows, and using the latest versions of Cordova core and community plugins. There are two options to create a Hybrid app using the Mobile SDK: Using the Mobile…
  • Employee Directory Sample App with Ionic and Node.js

    Christophe Coenraets
    11 Aug 2014 | 9:06 am
    It has been six months since I posted the first version of the Employee Directory app built with Ionic and AngularJS. Ionic has been moving fast, and it was time for an update. Employee directory is a sample application that allows you to look up employees by name, view the details of an employee, call, text, or email an employee, and navigate up and down the org chart. ngResource and Node.js REST Services This new version of the application uses REST services powered by a Node.js server instead of in-memory data. Running the Application You can test the application in your browser: Using the…
  • Revamped Apache Cordova Tutorial

    Christophe Coenraets
    2 Jul 2014 | 11:40 am
    A few weeks ago, I delivered a Cordova/PhoneGap Workshop at jQuery UK in Oxford. Great conference in a great location! I took the opportunity to revamp the workshop I had been delivering at PhoneGap Day in Portland and Amsterdam, and at LXJS in Lisbon. I thought it could be useful to a larger audience, so I just posted the updated materials for the first part of the workshop (Cordova CLI, Single Page Architecture, Templates, Cordova APIs, Hardware Acceleration, Performance Techniques, etc.) here. In the second part of the workshop, I covered AngularJS and the Ionic Framework. I will post the…
 
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    Lee Brimelow

  • 5 Must Know Swift Features

    Lee Brimelow
    4 Nov 2014 | 9:49 am
    In this Swift video tutorial you will learn about 5 must know Swift features: lazy vars, tuples, Swift arrays, enumerations, and computed properties.
  • Understanding Swift Optionals

    Lee Brimelow
    29 Oct 2014 | 3:08 pm
    This video tutorial will teach you all you need to know to master the concepts of optionals in the Swift language.
  • Updated Version of Response for Brackets

    Lee Brimelow
    27 Oct 2014 | 11:33 am
    I’m excited to announce (although a little late) that my responsive design extension for Brackets, known as Response, has been updated to work in the latest version of the tool. Now before I go on I have to give the full credit for this update to Chen-Heng Chang. Make sure you give him some love on Twitter (@kidwm). Go on over to his fork of the project to get the code. He has also made the extension available using the Brackets Extension Manager (thanks @ikwasben): Until I can get his changes merged over you can consider his fork as the official repository for the project for the…
  • Using Core Image Filters on iOS

    Lee Brimelow
    25 Oct 2014 | 7:46 pm
     New video tutorial explaining how to use Core Image filters on iOS using Swift.
  • Creating Menubar Apps Using Swift

    Lee Brimelow
    25 Oct 2014 | 7:44 pm
     New video tutorial explaining how to create menubar applications for OS X using Swift.
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    ScottGu's Blog

  • Announcing Open Source of .NET Core Framework, .NET Core Distribution for Linux/OSX, and Free Visual Studio Community Edition

    12 Nov 2014 | 7:45 am
    This week we are holding our Connect() developer event in New York City.  This is an event that is being streamed online for free, and it covers some of the great new capabilities coming with the Visual Studio 2015 and .NET 5 releases.  You can watch the event live as well as on-demand here. I just finished giving the opening keynote of the event during which I made several big announcements: Announcing the Open Sourcing of the .NET Core Runtime and Libraries Over the last several years we have integrated more and more open source technology into our .NET, Visual Studio, and Azure…
  • Azure: Announcing New Real-time Data Streaming and Data Factory Services

    30 Oct 2014 | 11:39 pm
    The last three weeks have been busy ones for Azure.  Two weeks ago we announced a partnership with Docker to enable great container-based development experiences on Linux, Windows Server and Microsoft Azure. Last week we held our Cloud Day event and announced our new G-Series of Virtual Machines as well as Premium Storage offering.  The G-Series VMs provide the largest VM sizes available in the public cloud today (nearly 2x more memory than the largest AWS offering, and 4x more memory than the largest Google offering).  The new Premium Storage offering (which will work with…
  • Azure: New Marketplace, Network Improvements, New Batch Service, Automation Service, more

    28 Oct 2014 | 7:35 am
    Today we released a major set of updates to Microsoft Azure. Today’s updates include: Marketplace: Announcing Azure Marketplace and partnerships with key technology partners Networking: Network Security Groups, Multi-NIC, Forced Tunneling, Source IP Affinity, and much more Batch Computing: Public Preview of the new Azure Batch Computing Service Automation: General Availability of the Azure Automation Service Anti-malware: General Availability of Microsoft Anti-malware for Virtual Machines and Cloud Services Virtual Machines: General Availability of many more VM extensions – PowerShell…
  • Docker and Microsoft: Integrating Docker with Windows Server and Microsoft Azure

    15 Oct 2014 | 6:30 am
    I’m excited to announce today that Microsoft is partnering with Docker, Inc to enable great container-based development experiences on Linux, Windows Server and Microsoft Azure. Docker is an open platform that enables developers and administrators to build, ship, and run distributed applications. Consisting of Docker Engine, a lightweight runtime and packaging tool, and Docker Hub, a cloud service for sharing applications and automating workflows, Docker enables apps to be quickly assembled from components and eliminates the friction between development, QA, and production environments.
  • Azure: Redis Cache, Disaster Recovery to Azure, Tagging Support, Elastic Scale for SQLDB, DocDB

    6 Oct 2014 | 10:02 pm
    Over the last few days we’ve released a number of great enhancements to Microsoft Azure.  These include: Redis Cache: General Availability of Redis Cache Service Site Recovery: General Availability of Disaster Recovery to Azure using Azure Site Recovery Management: Tags support in the Azure Preview Portal SQL DB: Public preview of Elastic Scale for Azure SQL Database (available through .NET lib, Azure service templates) DocumentDB: Support for Document Explorer, Collection management and new metrics Notification Hub: Support for Baidu Push Notification Service Virtual Network: Support…
 
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    Google Web Toolkit Blog

  • GWT.create 2015 is around the corner...

    Bhaskar Janakiraman
    18 Nov 2014 | 4:12 pm
    The 2015 GWT.create conference is happening on January 22-23 in Mountain View, California and on January 27-28 in Munich, Germany. Many Googlers will be attending this year at the Mountain View venue, including the GWT team and people from teams using GWT within Google. This year’s sessions will include coverage of new functionality in upcoming versions of GWT, including Java 8 support and better interoperability with Javascript and Web Components. We will also talk about how Inbox by Gmail was built, using GWT and j2objc together to run the same code on the web and mobile devices. We hope…
  • GWT 2.7 RC1 is here!

    Bhaskar Janakiraman
    4 Nov 2014 | 10:15 am
    Today we are excited to announce GWT 2.7 Release Candidate 1.  Thanks to everyone who contributed to this release. This release has the much anticipated support for incremental compilation in Super Dev Mode, dramatically reducing interactive build times. GWT 2.7 also has a host of new features, performance improvements and bug fixes.  For a summary of changes since GWT 2.6.1, read the release notes You can download this release from here For this release, we also have updated the GPE to include support for Super Dev Mode, get it from here - GWT & GPE Team
  • GWT.create 2015 Conference

    Bhaskar Janakiraman
    4 Sep 2014 | 3:10 pm
    Vaadin is hosting the second GWT.create conference, with repeat events in Mountain View and Munich. This is going to be another exciting event, connecting GWT developers worldwide. The following is a guest blog post from Fredrik Rönnlund of Vaadin Ltd. GWT.create Conference, January 22-23. 27-28, 2015 The largest dedicated GWT conference is back in January. Last year over 650 people joined the GWT.create conference and this time we're redoing the conference as an even larger conference. We're happy to announce speakers from Google's GWT team, the original creators of GWT Bruce Johnson and…
  • GWT 2.6.1 is here!

    Bhaskar Janakiraman
    10 May 2014 | 12:35 am
    Today we are excited to announce the GWT 2.6.1 release.  Thanks to everyone who contributed to this release, especially our non-Google open source contributors. For a quick run-down of changes since GWT 2.6.0, read the release notes The release is available for download here or on maven central. If you find any issues with this release, please file a bug in our issue tracker - GWT Team
  • GWT 2.6.0 Final is here!

    Bhaskar Janakiraman
    30 Jan 2014 | 3:14 pm
    We have finally completed all validation and are happy to announce GWT 2.6.0. It took a while for this release to materialize after RC1, but thanks to the efforts of many people in the community, GWT 2.6.0 is now much improved and ready for release. You can download this release from here. - GWT Team
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    Sencha Blog

  • Ext JS and Sencha Touch Customer Spotlight - pixx.io

    20 Nov 2014 | 7:56 am
    pixx.io is a modern and easy-to-use media management application targeting the needs of semi-professional and professional photographers, creative agencies, startups and SMEs. The software is built with Ext JS 5 and Sencha Touch 2.4. In addition, we used PHP and Perl in combination with MySQL database. pixx.io enables users to collect, manage and share all kinds of media. A state of the art user interface, intuitive search fields, and various filters (GPS, date, author, orientation, etc.) allow users to find the needed files quickly and easily. pixx.io also makes it possible to share files…
  • How to Deploy and Manage your Ext JS and Other HTML5 Apps

    18 Nov 2014 | 7:56 am
    Last week, we held a webinar on Sencha Space 1.2 to provide an overview of the challenges around application development, deployment, management, and security that developers and IT professionals in the enterprise must address. We demonstrated Sencha Space extensively and showcased one of the marquee features of the latest release: integrated support for desktop applications in our platform — a major step forward in addressing key app development challenges that include: Developing multi-device, cross-platform applications in an efficient, cost-effective way Delivering applications to…
  • Android 5.0 Lollipop: As Sweet as Promised

    17 Nov 2014 | 7:56 am
    Android 5.0 ‘Lollipop’ has certainly positioned itself to be one of the more significant updates Google has released, so far, to its mobile platform. With a brand new look via Google’s Material Design and over 5000 new APIs, it’s sure exciting! Sencha is firmly committed to HTML5 and the Web, so we always keep a close eye on how new releases impact both developers and end users who rely on web technology. Because Android holds a dominant 51.5% share of mobile devices in the US (and almost 85% globally), we decided to dig into the new release and pull out the Web-specific…
  • SenchaCon 2015 is Ready to Roll

    13 Nov 2014 | 7:59 am
    SenchaCon 2015 is April 7-9 and will take place in the heart of Silicon Valley at the Santa Clara Convention Center. The theme of this year’s conference is Design Develop Deploy. We’ll have a day of bootcamps followed by 2 days jam-packed with tech sessions designed to help you get a deeper understanding of the latest tools, techniques and innovations from Sencha. You’ll learn how to design, develop, test, deploy and manage HTML5-based applications more effectively. Registration is now open! Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to rub elbows with Sencha users from around the globe…
  • Understanding Widgets in Ext JS 5

    4 Nov 2014 | 6:56 am
    Ext JS 5 introduced support for components in grid cells using the new “widgetcolumn”. At the same time, Ext JS 5 introduced a new type of lightweight component called a “Widget”. There are several widgets included in Ext JS 5, and this article will show you how easy it is to build your own. To illustrate the key concepts, we’re going to build a simple “ratings” widget. Something like this: Getting Started Unlike normal components that derive from Ext.Component, widgets derive from the new base class Ext.Widget. While an Ext.Widget derived class is…
 
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    Official jQuery Blog

  • jQuery 3.0: The Next Generations

    Dave Methvin
    29 Oct 2014 | 11:23 am
    It’s hard to believe it’s been nearly eight years since jQuery was released. Web development has changed a lot over the years, and jQuery has changed along with it. Through all of this time, the team has tried to walk the line between maintaining compatibility with code from the past versus supporting the best web development practices of the present. One of those best practices is semantic versioning, or semver for short. In a practical sense, semver gives developers (and build tools) an idea of the risk involved in moving to a new version of software. Version numbers are in the…
  • jQuery Foundation Adopts Mousewheel Plugin

    Scott Gonzalez
    27 Oct 2014 | 11:15 am
    The jQuery Foundation is pleased to announce that Brandon Aaron has donated his jquery-mousewheel plugin to the jQuery Foundation. Brandon is a jQuery team alumnus and he leaves the plugin in great shape with very few open issues. It’s a very popular plugin, one that’s often used along with jQuery UI and other widgets. Adopting the mousewheel plugin is part of the jQuery Foundation’s mission to make a web developer’s work easier. We want to ensure that web developers can use this plugin and be confident it will be supported into the future. We can’t do this…
  • jQuery.com September 2014 Security Retrospective

    Kris Borchers
    6 Oct 2014 | 1:54 pm
    During the last two weeks of September, we found our way into the headlines due to a series of attacks on our web servers. Today, we wanted to give everyone a brief update on the status of our websites and a recap of what happened over the last two weeks. jQuery Under Siege Early on the morning of September 18th we were hit with a DDoS and went offline. We were down for a couple of hours. The sites were brought back up later that day on September 18th and all seemed well. Later, during the afternoon of September 18th, we were contacted by a security company named RiskIQ reporting that their…
  • Update on jQuery.com Compromises

    Ralph Whitbeck
    24 Sep 2014 | 12:43 pm
    Today at 11:15AM EDT, the jQuery Infrastructure team received widespread reports and confirmed a compromise of jquery.com. This attack was aimed at defacing our sites, and did not inject malware like the attack that was reported on September 18th by RiskIQ. We believe that these are separate incidents that may have used the same attack vector. We took the site down as soon as we realized there was a compromise and cleaned the infected files. We are taking steps to re-secure our servers, upgrade dependencies, and address vulnerabilities. At no point today have there been reports of malware…
  • Was jquery.com Compromised?

    Ralph Whitbeck
    23 Sep 2014 | 5:24 pm
    Lastest update on the compromise: Update on jQuery.com Compromises Earlier today, RiskIQ published a blog post stating that the jQuery.com web servers were compromised and serving the RIG exploit kit for a short period of time on the afternoon of September 18th. Our internal investigation into our servers and logs have not yet found the RIG exploit kit or evidence that there was in fact a compromise. RiskIQ was able to make contact with the jQuery Infrastructure team on September 18th, at which point with members of the RiskIQ team tried to find evidence of compromise. So far the…
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    SproutCore

  • Developer Journal

    Tyler Keating
    7 Nov 2014 | 10:52 am
    Since there has been so much activity in SproutCore lately in the run up to 1.11.0, I thought it would be best to start a more regular update on the changes occurring in master. While we occasionally highlight a specific new feature in depth through a “Dispatches from the Edge” post, there are actually hundreds of small, yet interesting, changes occurring weekly that aren’t large enough to warrant their own post. It’s my hope to capture these changes in a weekly to bi-weekly developer update. So let’s begin with the last couple of weeks (Note: no changes are…
  • Dispatches From the Edge: Polymorphic Records

    Tyler Keating
    12 Oct 2014 | 10:40 am
    We have good news for anyone using the experimental polymorphism framework from within SproutCore. You’ll be glad to know that it has now made its way into the official datastore framework as part of SC.Record. If you have been using this framework, you’ll be even more glad to learn that polymorphic records are now significantly faster and more memory efficient. As well, this change includes a critical bug fix that resulted in polymorphic records getting mismatched when their id was changed. For those interested in what this change means, here’s how it works. First, if…
  • Dispatches from the Edge: ListView Goes Sideways

    Dave
    7 Aug 2014 | 12:19 pm
    SC.ListView has a new trick in the upcoming v1.11 (available now on latest master): a new layoutDirection property which can turn it from vertical to horizontal with one line of code. It’s a long-requested feature, and now it’s as easy as layoutDirection: SC.LAYOUT_HORIZONTAL. In support of this brave new world, a number of list view properties have new names, replacing all now-outdated mentions of “height” with “size”: rowHeight is now rowSize, et cetera. The new API is backwards-compatible with the old one, with the usual crew of helpful developer…
  • Automating SproutCore Unit Testing with PhantomJS

    Greg
    26 Apr 2014 | 6:28 am
    One of the new features in SproutCore v1.10.0 was a PhantomJS unit test runner. It allowed us to automate SproutCore’s own framework unit tests, giving us awesome continuous integration support right in GitHub via the great Travis-CI service. If you use CoreTest, SproutCore’s built-in (QUnit-like) unit test framework, then you can also use this to run your own tests from the command line – meaning you can automate it, and hook it up to your own CI scaffolding. It’s impossible to overstate the impact that continuous, automatic unit testing has on the quality and stability…
  • Introducing Juniper: SproutCore app + annotated source

    Dave
    31 Mar 2014 | 9:29 am
    It’s been noted often that there’s a serious lack of production-level SproutCore apps with readable source code. Developers often learn best by poking at something and seeing how it works, but until now there hasn’t been anywhere to go. With an eye towards improving that situation, I’m excited to announce Juniper, a SproutCore app and annotated codebase. Check it out: http://juniper.dcporter.net/ I wrote a fuller introduction here, and the source code itself is here. If you’re new to SproutCore, or wondering if it’s right for your project, give it a poke!
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    Treehouse Blog

  • The Real Reason Why Everyone Should Learn to Code

    Dave McFarland
    20 Nov 2014 | 5:30 am
    Lots of people get into programming because they love the challenge, are excited by computers and want to build a career creating web sites, mobile apps or desktop programs. But even if you don’t want to become a programmer for a living, it’s still worth your time to learn how to program. I mean this in all seriousness: if computers are at all a part of your life, then learning to program is going to improve your life. And I don’t mean in that sort of nebulous, “improve your mind,” “expand your thinking skills” and “make you a better…
  • CSS Shapes

    Jason Seifer
    19 Nov 2014 | 9:13 am
    The Treehouse Show is back! In episode 116 of The Treehouse Show, Nick (@nickrp) and Jason (@jseifer) talk about CSS Shapes, new alert styles, animating images with CSS, and more. For a free month’s trial, Join Jason and Nick at http://teamtreehouse.com/show. Watch Episode 116 of The Treehouse Show Here This Week’s Links Getting Started with CSS Shapes: Wrapping content around custom paths – HTML5 Rocks SweetAlert Animating Images With CSS Keyframes | Pencil Scoop | Web Design & Development AngularJS Tutorial: a comprehensive 10,000 word guide aFarkas/respimage The post…
  • It’s Time to Join the Hour of Code

    Joy Kesten
    19 Nov 2014 | 5:30 am
    Are you thinking about doing the Hour of Code this year? Do you know someone who you know would make a brilliant coder? Love playing on your computer, iPad, tablet, Kindle, smart phone, Xbox, and/or Play Station but all you know how to do is consume technology?  Now is the time to be a creator, an inventor, a game maker, or app designer. This is your opportunity to play, learn, explore, and create for one whole hour! If this sounds easy to you, great you’re going to be just fine. If it doesn’t here are some tips to get you started: HARDWARE: A desktop or laptop computer is my…
  • The HTML5 Contenteditable Attribute

    Guil Hernandez
    18 Nov 2014 | 2:59 pm
    Did you know that we’re able to create client-side, in-browser content editing using basic HTML elements? We could then save that edited content to the browser’s local storage. The key to making this happen is with the HTML5 contenteditable attribute. To see how contenteditable works, we’re going to have a little fun by creating a real-time, in-browser CSS editor. Watch my short tutorial to see how this works. In the second part of this post, we’ll take a look at how to save edited content with HTML5’s local storage feature. Download Project Files Learn more about HTML and…
  • Progressive Enhancement: Past, Present, and Future

    Nick Pettit
    17 Nov 2014 | 10:27 am
    Progressive enhancement is a layered approach for building websites using HTML for content, CSS for presentation, and JavaScript for interactivity. If for some reason JavaScript breaks, the site should still work and look good. If the CSS doesn’t load correctly, the HTML content should still be there with meaningful hyperlinks. And even if the HTML is malformed, browsers are smart enough to continue rendering what they can. Progressive enhancement typically yields a result that is robust, fault tolerant, and accessible. People that have the latest devices will get the most…
 
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    Curl Global Community - All Forums

  • BigDecimal の丸め

    19 Nov 2014 | 6:19 pm
    BigDecimal の RoundingMode で毎回悩むので、メモ。 Code: {def fr = {Frame}} {def ary-rounding-mode =     {{Array-of RoundingMode}         RoundingMode.away-from-zero         || ゼロから遠いほうへ近づける         , RoundingMode.ceiling              || 切り上げ(天井)         ,…
  • 独立型アプレットでのサブアプレット

    2 Nov 2014 | 6:55 am
    はじめまして、Curlを勉強中です。 Webブラウザを使わないで動作する独立型アプレットでツールを作ろうと思っています。 バックグラウンドで定期的に処理を行いたいのですが、 サブアプレット用のクラスメソッドを上手く呼ぶことができません。 特にエラーもなく、何処が原因かわからないのでアドバイスお願いします。 参考にしたページは以下です。 http://developers.curlap.com/re-referenc...groud.html http://developers.curlap.com/curl/docs/c...cript.html…
  • チェックボタンセルのUI

    16 Oct 2014 | 1:23 am
    下記のように、チェックボタンセルのUIを設定しようとすると、 「コンテナを繰り返し処理する間に [{Set-of Type} @0x09D65C94].size が変更されました。の為、例外Errorで停止」 というエラーが出てしまいます。 SRGCheckButton に、独自のUIを設定するにはどうすればよいでしょうか。 Code: {define-class public CustomSRGSkinnableCheckButtonUI {inherits SRGSkinnableCheckButtonUI}   {constructor public {default ...}     {construct-super {splice ...}}   } } {def c =…
  • Does anyone have a single-column text widget ?

    24 Sep 2014 | 6:23 am
    Does anyone have a single column text widget suitable for traditional Japanese text layout ? If not, a suggestion where to begin ? I.e., in Advanced UI or in Sonntag or ? thanks Robert http://kanji.aule-browser.com https://www.facebook.com/kanjirecog Fredericton, NB, Canada
  • Non-selectable characters amidst text

    8 Sep 2014 | 11:09 am
    In the image below you can see that two kanji within the selction range have not been selected or copied into the RichText edit widget to the right. Here is the data for the first rows of displayed : Code: {krow "0014","0000",'〇'} {krow "0002","2850",'一'} {krow "0003","1688",'ニ'} {krow "0437","2851",{on-yomi-only {CharGraphic '丁'}}} {krow "0009","2854",{CharGraphic '七'}} {krow "0018","2542",{on-yomi-only 万}} {krow "0657","2885",'丈'} {krow "0004","1689",'三'} {krow "0041","2876",'上'} {krow "0040","2862",'下'} {krow "0049","2890",{on-yomi-only 不}} {krow "0858","2887",'与'}…
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    SilverlightShow: Silverlight Community

  • Daily News Digest 11/21/2014

    21 Nov 2014 | 6:31 am
    Here is the new SilverlightShow content for Friday, November 21st, 2014. Migrating from SL8.0 ProtectData to RT8.1 PasswordVault Help+Tips app for Windows Phone now has Cortana on board Windows 10: A Store That’s Ready for Business Working with Dates in Azure DocumentDB Goodbye BooleanToVisibilityConverter, welcome IsVisible! Subscribe to our Daily News Digest RSS Feed to receive a summary of all SilverlightShow news! Or follow our news on Twitter - @silverlightshow!
  • Migrating from SL8.0 ProtectData to RT8.1 PasswordVault

    21 Nov 2014 | 4:59 am
    Read original post by Glenn Versweyveld at Depechie's Outing BlogBack in the SilverLight days when you created a Windows Phone app that needed to store user credentials, there was only one good way to do this! You had to use the ProtectData class with it’s Protect and Unprotect methods. The reference post about how to do this was given by Rob Tiffany here http://robtiffany.com/encrypting-your-credentials-on-windows-phone-7-5/!
  • Help+Tips app for Windows Phone now has Cortana on board

    21 Nov 2014 | 4:55 am
    Read original post at Blogging Windows Now Cortana can help you learn to do things on your Windows Phone device. Get the latest version of the Help+Tips app for Windows Phone, then ask her how to make a phone call, add contacts, even how to use Cortana (bit of an “Inception” there). Just make sure to say “How do I…” when you try it out—e.g. “How do I back up my phone?” She’ll get you to the right info in the app. You can learn more about what’s new with Cortana here.
  • Windows 10: A Store That’s Ready for Business

    21 Nov 2014 | 4:48 am
    Read original post by Jim Alkove at Windows For Your Business Blog I’m excited to share this next chapter in our Windows 10 blog series, focused on enhancements we are making to the Windows Store – all of which are designed to help organizations acquire, create and deliver apps the way they want. This is a logical follow-up to our post on manageability choices in Windows 10. We believe that our Store investments, when combined with manageability innovations, will result in a Windows Store that is ready to meet the evolving needs of organizations of all sizes.
  • Working with Dates in Azure DocumentDB

    21 Nov 2014 | 3:20 am
    Read original post by John Macintyre at Microsoft Azure BlogJSON (www.json.org) is a lightweight data-interchange format that is easy for humans to read and write yet also easy for machines to parse and generate. JSON is at the heart of DocumentDB. We transmit JSON over the wire, we store JSON as JSON, and we index the JSON tree allowing queries on the full JSON document. It is not something we bolt on to the product, it is core to the service. It should therefore come as no surprise that DocumentDB natively supports the same data types as JSON; String, Number, Boolean, Array, Object and…
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