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Recently I came across this blog post. The title sounded quite intriguing and when reading it, I found some points of interest that I will summarize and present at the end of my blog post.
This week Apache Cordova (formerly known as PhoneGap) graduated from the Apache incubator and is now a top level Apache project. Cordova got its start as PhoneGap at a company called Nitobi. Adobe acquired Nitobi in 2011 and donated PhoneGap to the Apache Software Foundation which placed in incubator status. Adobe continues to develop PhoneGap
The default <button> and <input type="submit"> tags work great but look super drab. Sometimes, you want jazz things up by adding images and stylized text. This can be easily done by converting a simple <span> into a button replacement. First, we will define a class called "button". Note the DOCTYPE declaration. We use the HTML5
As a part of HTML5, XMLHttpRequest API is undergoing enhancements. You can now upload files to a server and display a progress bar. Files are uploaded in their raw source format. That is not same as uploading a file using the old <input type="file"/> approach. The basic steps are as follows: Use the HTML5 File
We use equality operators like == and != all the time. They appear to be same as Java or C++ on the surface. But, in reality, things are a lot more complicated and confusing. I will try to explain a few things that may not be obvious. The Equals Operator (==) var result = (expr1
What does the jQuery core function – $() – actually return? So much emphasis is put on what this function takes as input, the return type is almost ignored. The core function $() or jQuery() returns a jQuery object that is a collection of all DOM element objects that match the supplied selector rule. This