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Logs from Open PhoneGap Session

Apr 23, 2014 9:21 PM
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Thank you to everyone (especially the PhoneGap team!) who showed up to the open session that Holly and I ran today. We had a great size crowd and a very interesting set of questions. Between Holly and I and other PhoneGap members we were able to cover nearly everything. The pace picked up towards the end but we had a firm cut off time so we couldn't go long. We definitely plan on repeating this soon. I'm using Gists for the logs. First is the Q and A log: And here is the chat log. This is a bit more (translate)

Get your 50 FREE Moo Business Cards

Apr 23, 2014 7:35 PM
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This year we are excited to be partnered with Moo.com as they will deliver any attendee of Into The Box with 50 FREE Business Cards! So if you have registered already for the conference they click on the cards below to get your stash! If you still have not signed up for this 1 day conference, then what are you waiting for, let's go, register and get a full day of great sessions from speakers around the world, FREE software, FREE Schwag and 50 FREE Business Cards. (translate)

Rethinking Image Captions

Apr 23, 2014 5:20 PM
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Adobe Senior Computer Scientist Hans Muller has posted an invaluable article on using HTML and CSS to display an image with a caption. This one is well worth reading. (translate)

ColdFusion cfinvokeargument bug

Apr 23, 2014 2:31 PM
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A coworker and I were debugging some old code yesterday and couldn't believe what we came across. Say you have a component and and in a method for whatever reason you were using cfinvoke to call another method. In this case we have a variable called ... (translate)

Posting Form Data With $http In AngularJS

Apr 23, 2014 1:22 PM
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Ben Nadel demonstrates how to transform the outgoing request in AngularJS in order to post data as a regular form post.... (translate)

Project Parfait - PSD Introspection in the Browser

Apr 22, 2014 11:21 PM
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Today Adobe launched a pretty cool new site - Project Parfait. Project Parfait lets you work with PSDs via your web browser. By default you're presented with a default PSD to work with, but you can quickly upload new PSDs by simply dragging them into the browser. I did multiple tests and the service didn't choke on any of them - even a large 30 megabyte one. Once you've uploaded the PSD the service will then start processing your file to extract data from it. When done, you can open the PSD in the interface and start working with the (translate)

My first DSLR

Apr 22, 2014 9:22 PM
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Well, I did it. I ordered a new camera. This will be my first DSLR, though I have been wanting one for close to 20 years. Even though it is my first, I am no stranger to using and understanding SLR cameras. I started using SLRs in college some 20 years ago and spent A LOT of time in the dark room and understanding the use of a manual camera. I still admit to being a pure amateur, but I am a competent amateur. My Choice I went with the Nikon D5300. I did a fair amount of research on (translate)

httpi - A Lightweight $resource-Inspired Module For AngularJS

Apr 22, 2014 7:22 PM
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Ben Nadel presents the httpi module, a $resource-inspired service for making AJAX requests in your AngularJS application without the cruft and ceremony of the $resource module.... (translate)

Using URL Interpolation With $http In AngularJS

Apr 22, 2014 1:22 PM
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Ben Nadel looks at how to implement URL interpolation using the $http service in AngularJS (the way that the $resource service works).... (translate)

Gradle, AspectJ and non-transitive project dependencies

Apr 22, 2014 5:22 AM
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