• Posts Tagged ‘HTML’

    Firefox OS – A simple No Nonsense Calculator

    by  • April 11, 2014 • HTML, Javascript • 0 Comments

    When I received my Geeksphone Keon last year (2013), I searched the Firefox Marketplace for a simple calculator, similar to the Calculator that comes with Windows. At the time I couldn’t find anything I liked so I wrote my own, which I named NNCalc, short for No Nonsense Calculator. One of the things I...

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    Total Mouse Control in Javascript

    by  • April 22, 2012 • HTML, Javascript • 0 Comments

    The following article was originally written back in 2006. The code example below shows you how you can include better mouse control over your web pages, even the right-click mouse event. The example below basically shows you a page with 2 boxes on it. These boxes are called ‘Drag Me 1′ and ‘Drag Me...

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    Creating an Offline Web App for the iPhone

    by  • August 31, 2011 • Electronics, HTML • 0 Comments

    Besides coding in Objective-C on a Mac in order to create native apps for the iPhone, the iPod Touch and the iPad, you also have the option of writing your apps in plain HTML5. This has the added benefit that your app doesn’t have to go through Apple’s scrutinizing approval process before it gets...

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    Using Servlet filters in Java web applications

    by  • June 17, 2011 • HTML, Java • 0 Comments

    As of the Java Servlet specification version 2.3, a component type, called a filter, can be used in your Java web applications. A filter dynamically intercepts requests and responses and is most often used to transform the information contained in the requests and responses. One good example of a filter is an XSLT transformation...

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    A complete AJAX example

    by  • June 16, 2011 • HTML, Javascript, JSP • 0 Comments

    There are several third party libraries that simplify the programming that is needed to make your web pages communicate with the server more dynamically, and without doing complete page reloads. However, some of you may be interested in knowing how exactly AJAX functionality can be added to your web sites and without involving any...

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