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Keeping your Wordpress site safe - The Australian Financial Review

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Keeping your Wordpress site safe
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We journalled recently about the massive security attack that's being waged against Wordpress-based websites.
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A Developer's Guide to HTML5 Canvas | the HTML5 Center

A Developer's Guide to HTML5 Canvas | the HTML5 Center | Web Development | Scoop.it
Modern browsers like Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer 9 and 10 all support HTML5 Canvas. But what exactly is it? How can you use it to create rich web applications?
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10 Useful HTML5 and CSS3 Forms Tutorials

10 Useful HTML5 and CSS3 Forms Tutorials | Web Development | Scoop.it
These tutorials will help you learn how to code web forms with different layouts and styles for your web design projects.
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Android Lists: Thinking in Landscape - Safari Books Online's Official Blog

Android Lists: Thinking in Landscape - Safari Books Online's Official Blog | Web Development | Scoop.it
A guest post by Suzanne Alexandra, a mobile UX design consultant based in the San Francisco area. If you’d like her to help you express the soul of your ap
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Turning Android Sideways - Safari Books Online's Official Blog

Turning Android Sideways - Safari Books Online's Official Blog | Web Development | Scoop.it
A guest post by Suzanne Alexandra, a mobile UX design consultant based in the San Francisco area. If you’d like her to help you express the soul of your ap
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Good practical advice for handling screen orientation in an Android app.

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Jeremy Ashkenas - Taking JavaScript Seriously with Backbone.js

More and more folks are bringing ever larger pieces of their web applications to the client side. You might begin to do it for raw speed, for a particular vi...
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WordPress for Android 2.4.1 - V3.co.uk

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WordPress for Android is an app that enables you to update your WordPress-powered website. Write new posts, edit content, view stats, and manage comments with built-in notifications.
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Organize Backbone application using Require.js

Organize Backbone application using Require.js | Web Development | Scoop.it
When I looked into the BigBlueButton HTML5-Client files, I was completely lost because I had no idea about how to organize the code in the BigBlueButton application using modules. The following is ...
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HTML5 and Javascript Tutorial 2d Canvas Animation Series 12 The Ball Part 3

This tutorial series is about html5, canvas, animation, and javascript.
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Testing Your Camel Projects with the Camel Test Kit - Safari Books Online's Official Blog

Testing Your Camel Projects with the Camel Test Kit - Safari Books Online's Official Blog | Web Development | Scoop.it
Camel is an integration framework that helps you build integration projects. It consists of a routing engine builder that provides the capability of buildi
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Freebie: 45 Flat UI Design Elements

Freebie: 45 Flat UI Design Elements | Web Development | Scoop.it

In case you are attached to flat design, then plan every feature with a minimalistic as well as user-centric outlook to make sure a combined interface. 


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A Guide to the New HTML5 Form Input Types

A Guide to the New HTML5 Form Input Types | Web Development | Scoop.it
This is a guide to the 13 new HTML5 form input types. A demo page is included for you to be able to test these new input types.

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Getting Started with ScalaTest - Safari Books Online's Official Blog

Getting Started with ScalaTest - Safari Books Online's Official Blog | Web Development | Scoop.it
ScalaTest is a very flexible testing framework for Scala. It supports writing tests in a number of styles. You can read more about ScalaTest in Testing in
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CSSForge.com Designing for Retina: CSS, Media Queries and Background-Size

CSSForge.com Designing for Retina: CSS, Media Queries and Background-Size | Web Development | Scoop.it

Side note: Though Retina is the brand name that Apple uses for their displays, this article refers to all high pixel density displays as Retina, for the sake of my own sanity.


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Big Data Roundup - Safari Books Online's Official Blog

Big Data Roundup - Safari Books Online's Official Blog | Web Development | Scoop.it
In the last decade, the term Big Data has emerged to describe extremely large and complex datasets. With the popularity of sensors and social media, data i
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Good big data and Hadoop info!

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Developing with AngularJS - Part II: Dialogs and Data

Developing with AngularJS - Part II: Dialogs and Data | Web Development | Scoop.it

A couple of days ago, I wrote an article on how I started developing with AngularJS. I used AngularJS for several months to develop a "My Dashboard" feature for a client's product and learned a whole bunch of stuff along the way.

This article provides an overview of how I changed some of My Dashboard's features to use Angular instead of jQuery. After finishing the prototype work in January, we started moving bits and pieces into the main application. We kept the same file names for our Angular-related files and copied them into the project.


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Why I Chose AngularJS over EmberJS

Why I Chose AngularJS over EmberJS | Web Development | Scoop.it

I chose AngularJS because it seemed closer to what I know. More like Backbone. Data-binding is touted as Angular’s killer feature over Backbone, but there’s a lot more to Angular. I also chose Angular because everybody else here in the shop was learning Ember. What is wrong with me?


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Full Text Search in MongoDB - Safari Books Online's Official Blog

Full Text Search in MongoDB - Safari Books Online's Official Blog | Web Development | Scoop.it
A guest post by Sam Millman, an active participant on both the official MongoDB user group at mongodb-user and on Stackoverflow MongoDB. With version 2.4
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Standardising WordPress theme hooks • Yoast

Standardising WordPress theme hooks • Yoast | Web Development | Scoop.it
The same is true with some other hooks that loads of us plugin developers need but WordPress core refuses to add. I've had lengthy discussions about the need for a body_open hook in core, but the core team has all sorts of ...
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What is the difference between HTML5, Native and a Hybrid app? Which is better?

What is the difference between HTML5, Native and a Hybrid app? Which is better? | Web Development | Scoop.it
Answer (1 of 3): This question gets asked a lot so I'm going to point out the relevant facts as succinctly as I can, this is a big decision and there is LOTS to say.
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Use forensics and detective work to solve JavaScript performance mysteries - HTML5 Rocks

A resource for developers looking to put HTML5 to use today, including information on specific features and when to use them in your apps.
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Web Application Architecture in Clojure - Getting Started - Safari Books Online's Official Blog

Web Application Architecture in Clojure - Getting Started - Safari Books Online's Official Blog | Web Development | Scoop.it
Usman Aziz is a technical lead at TunaCode, Inc., a startup that delivers GPU-accelerated computing solutions to time-critical application domains. After
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The Social Media Privacy Challenge - Safari Books Online's Official Blog

The Social Media Privacy Challenge - Safari Books Online's Official Blog | Web Development | Scoop.it
One week after details of NSA’s PRISM program were made public, revealing the government’s direct access to the data of social media giants like Google and
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Great post revealing how our data is mined.

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Building CSS3 Notification Boxes With Fade Animations

Building CSS3 Notification Boxes With Fade Animations | Web Development | Scoop.it

This tutorial explains how to put together CSS3 notification boxes which appear at the top of the page body. Users may then click on the notifications to have them fade away and eventually remove them from the DOM. As a fun added feature, also includs buttons where you may click to append a new alert box into the top of the page. Check out the sample demo to get a better idea of what the tutorial is about.


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Controlling the Frame Rate with requestAnimationFrame | Code Theory

Controlling the Frame Rate with requestAnimationFrame | Code Theory | Web Development | Scoop.it
#HTML5 #rAF #canvas #animation Controlling the Frame Rate with #requestAnimationFrame | Code Theory# http://t.co/yJjFhE8XxG via #_rishabhp
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