I’ve been programming web for years and I saw a lot of so-called web
programmers doing web programming in their own preferred language. Most
0 replies - 7503 views - 08/19/12 by Kristiono Setyadi in Articles
I’m working on a GWT project that can be added to any web site to
load a banner and to do that, I had to make some requests to a REST
service deployed on...
0 replies - 6976 views - 08/13/12 by Mrabti Idriss in Articles
Creating HTML applications
can be a great way to cut down development time between two platforms.
The trend today is to develop a web app for iOS (with a...
0 replies - 4982 views - 08/12/12 by Isaac Taylor in Articles
is framework lets you develop rich HTML5 applications that use
0 replies - 6367 views - 08/12/12 by Hirvesh Munogee in Articles
"Want to learn a different language? Over the course of 21 episodes, our friend Bob Tabor from www.LearnVisualStudio.net
will teach you the...
0 replies - 2404 views - 08/07/12 by Greg Duncan in Articles
you have a web application with signed up end-users, or business
clients with a subset of their employees as users. You're going to want
to have a...
0 replies - 4681 views - 08/05/12 by Paul Hammant in Articles
TerrificJS is a neat, clever piece of code that allows you to modularize your jQuery code by solely relying on CSS naming conventions.
The Terrific module...
0 replies - 4198 views - 08/03/12 by Hirvesh Munogee in Articles
0 replies - 9082 views - 08/02/12 by Will Soprano in Articles
This is the basic HTML5 page structure that you can use as a base while developing a HTML5 website layout.<!DOCTYPE HTML>
2 replies - 36415 views - 07/31/12 by Sachin Khosla in Articles
A random list of cool things.
HTML5. Start now. It's supported (more or less) by all browsers if you add appropriate shims. Start with sites...
0 replies - 3662 views - 07/19/12 by Steven Lott in Articles
I’m attending Google I/O in San Francisco this week and Google has
released some news on Chrome: an iOS version that it may not be Chrome,
1 replies - 6036 views - 07/10/12 by Maximiliano Firtman in Articles
Recently DZone had some neat insights from the developer community where we learned how much certain
new web standards are actually getting used. This poll...
2 replies - 26886 views - 07/01/12 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
good-looking application must provide users with visual
feedback. Users must always know that an order (a click,
a tap or whatever) is well received and...
0 replies - 6190 views - 06/27/12 by David Rousset in Articles
In case you haven't figured it out yet, debugging in mobile is
"sub-optimal". (Whatever you do - don't do a Google Images search on sub-optimal.)...
0 replies - 8725 views - 05/17/12 by Raymond Camden in Articles
As part of my CamelOne presentation, I have prepared some examples to dig into what Apache ActiveMQ and Camel propose to work with HTML5 and WebSocket...
0 replies - 12433 views - 05/08/12 by Charles Moulliard in Articles