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Make Internet Explorer Autocomplete Show More Than 5 URL Suggestions.

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Starting IE 9 (9, 10), the autocomplete feature only shows a maximum of 5 URL suggestions. Here's how you can make IE show the full list.
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browserify

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Bring your npm modules to the browser.

Browserify uses the CommonJS style unlike AMD

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5 Practical Examples For Learning The React Framework | Tutorialzine

5 Practical Examples For Learning The React Framework | Tutorialzine | Modern web development | Scoop.it
This article will give you a quick overview and 5 practical examples for using React, the popular and fast JavaScript framework by Facebook.
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DOM Modules in NPM
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This is a web-based plugin-based audio application that supports hardware MIDI though Web MIDI, audio synthesis, sequencers, and lots of plugins

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This is a web-based plugin-based audio application that supports hardware MIDI though Web MIDI, audio synthesis, sequencers, and lots of plugins

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AngularJS 101: From Zero to Angular in Seconds

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AngularJS 101: From zero to angular in 60 seconds (ie. 99 lines of code). Full tutorial and all the...
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Beginner’s Tutorials for Developing with Ruby on Rails

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Free Web Resources Everyday - WebResourcesDepot (Beginner’s Tutorials for Developing with Ruby on Rails

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HTML5 Digital Catalog Software, Create Attractive Catalogs for E-Shops - DigitalJournal.com

HTML5 Digital Catalog Software, Create Attractive Catalogs for E-Shops DigitalJournal.com The animation effects between "pages" are created using a mixture of HTML5, jQuery and CSS3, and the effects are rendered perfectly across all devices, from...
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Scribblr: A JavaScript Blogging App - Jumpstart Lab Curriculum

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Scribblr: A JavaScript Blogging App In this project we will create a simple blog using …
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Facebook: MVC Does Not Scale, Use Flux Instead [Updated]

Facebook: MVC Does Not Scale, Use Flux Instead [Updated] | Modern web development | Scoop.it
This article has been updated based on community and Jing Chen (Facebook)’s reaction. (See the Update section below.)
Facebook came to the conclusion that MVC does not scale up for their needs and has decided to use a different pattern instead: Flux.
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Trimming Down jQuery with Grunt -

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I’ve previously written about using jQuery’s AMD modules to include only the pieces of jQuery you need. That approach relied on explicitly listing jQuery modules, i.e. whitelisting, which works well if you only need a few modules. The more common case, however, is applications that use numerous jQuery modules. In those applications, micromanaging a list …
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ng-newsletter

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Learning AngularJS can be complex. There are a lot of resources available on the web, conflicting and confusing blog posts. This week's post is to serve as your official guide.
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24 Tips For Making Great Parallax Scrolling Websites

24 Tips For Making Great Parallax Scrolling Websites | Modern web development | Scoop.it
Learn from the mistakes I have made and build a better parallax scrolling websites.
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LoopBack

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LoopBack open-source mobile backend powered by Node.js
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App.js | Mobile webapps made easy

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App.js, a lightweight JavaScript UI library for creating mobile webapps that behave like native apps http://t.co/VrTUI5RNag
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Avoid Rails When Generating JSON responses with PostgreSQL

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DockYard.com - Let's use PostgreSQL instead of Ruby to generate JSON responses
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Object Oriented Javascript

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If you are reading this I’d like to assume you know what Javascript is and the fact that it’s object oriented, what not many people know though is how to do the most common object oriented “things” in Javascript, such as inheritance, private functions and such.

The fact that Javascript is prototype based and not class based is what makes it hard to get into for most programmers. If you come from Java, PHP, C#, C++, Python, Ruby or pretty much any language you’ll find objects in Javascript are a bit unique, and they certainly are but in a good way!

 

* Prototypes
* Constructor Functions
* Encapsulation
* Inheritance
* Static vs Instance
* Abstracting it up a bit
* Conclusion


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