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My perspective of working with the Ionic Framework

Jul 28, 2014 7:22 PM
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For a while now I've been praising the the Ionic framework as one of the coolest things to happen to Cordova/PhoneGap development. I kept promising to talk about it a bit more deeply on the blog and today I've finally gotten around to it. This will be somewhat long, and rambling, but I hope it will give readers an idea of why Ionic is so cool and why they should consider giving it a try. Let's begin by talking about what the framework actually is. I'll steal their marketing tagline as a jumping off point: Free and open source, Ionic (translate)

My perspective of working with the Ionic Framework

Jul 28, 2014 7:22 PM
Rating: (Total Clicks 3)

For a while now I've been praising the the Ionic framework as one of the coolest things to happen to Cordova/PhoneGap development. I kept promising to talk about it a bit more deeply on the blog and today I've finally gotten around to it. This will be somewhat long, and rambling, but I hope it will give readers an idea of why Ionic is so cool and why they should consider giving it a try. Let's begin by talking about what the framework actually is. I'll steal their marketing tagline as a jumping off point: Free and open source, Ionic (translate)

Angular: Form element not attaching to $scope

Jul 28, 2014 6:48 PM
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I'm well into a redesign using AngularJS as my front-end framework. After a small learning period I'm in love. It's a fantastic way to tie your UI to your backend. That said there is still some work to be done.I'm breaking my project into modules that are included with the ng-include tag. This helps shrink the code on the page into manageable chunks. It nice when you're using a very verbose framework like Bootstrap.All of my forms are wired up using Angular's form validation. Once again this is fantastic. Being able to watch the inputs in real time and display (translate)

Apache Flex SDK 4.13.0 released

Jul 28, 2014 5:35 PM
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The Apache Flex community is pleased to announce the release of Apache Flex SDK 4.13.0 The Apache Flex SDK is a highly productive, open source application framework for building and maintaining expressive applications that deploy consistently on all major browsers, desktops and devices (including smartphones, tablets and tv). The Apache Flex SDK 4.13.0 is an update to Apache Flex SDK 4.12.1 that adds support for the latest Flash Player and AIR runtimes, support for Workers in FDB, and many bug fixes. For more details, see the release notes at: http://www.apache.org/dist/flex/4.13.0/RELEASE_NOTES The Apache Flex SDK is available in source form from (translate)

Partial Borders with CSS

Jul 28, 2014 3:23 PM
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There is no such thing as border-length in CSS, which would have made this really easy to do. But anyway, if you want to have partial borders (a border that spans only half the length of the div e.g.), you can use the before/after pseudo selectors for this. You shouldn’t have to change any markup […] (translate)

11/50 – The Radial Filter in Camera Raw in Photoshop CC

Jul 28, 2014 3:21 PM
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The video below demonstrates the Radial Filter in Adobe Camera Raw in Photoshop CC. Additional tips and shortcuts for working with the Radial Filter are below. • Tap the “J” key to select the Radial Filter • The Shift key will constrain the Radial Filter to a circle. • Tapping the “V” key will toggle […] (translate)

Cloud Computing: The Secret Weapon in the Internet

Jul 28, 2014 1:35 PM
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‘Cloud Computing’ has been the buzzword for last couple of years even though there’s a whole lot more to unfold as yet. Today, when virtually everything needs a network connection, both established businesses and startups want to understand and use cloud computing solutions. While some have adopted this new technology to a remarkable extent, many […] (translate)

Coin vs. Google Wallet – Is The Extra Device Worth It?

Jul 28, 2014 1:35 PM
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A well reviewed gadget of 2013 was “Coin”, a virtually connected device that holds all the cards you carry on a regular basis while acting like a card itself.  It can work with your debit, credit, loyalty and membership cards if you chose, all combined in one credit card-sized tech tool. As Jonathan Maxim reviewed […] (translate)

Don’t Overlook the Obvious in Mobile App Development

Jul 28, 2014 1:35 PM
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With improving technology and ease of use, iPhone, iPad and Android apps are simplifying user’s life and making inroads into everyday life. Mobile apps come across as the most persuasive way to connect with target audience while on the move. Mobile app development appears to be a rage at the moment. But you can’t join […] (translate)

The Hitchcock obsession Really cool Immersive experience - The...

Jul 28, 2014 1:29 PM
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The Hitchcock obsession Really cool Immersive experience - The Hitchcock obsession http://t.co/iP8QUs5YeU — julien renau (@julien_rno) July 1, 2014 (translate)

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