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Ioannis Androulakis
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The only Constant is Change. IT consultant with a decade of hands-on experience in the full development life-cycle of modern applications
The only Constant is Change. IT consultant with a decade of hands-on experience in the full development life-cycle of modern applications

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"A working guide of API design tips and trend evaluations."

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Not too many things to consider and that's good news :-)

A little worried about starting to mix structure style and function in HTML.


https://www.sitepoint.com/whats-new-in-html-5-1/

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That is an interesting piece of code, especially the resizing of #adsense ads.


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"Client-side logging is often overlooked, but it’s arguably just as important as logging server-side errors ... There are plenty of options, however, a number of which we’ve looked at during the course of this article."


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The article is called 'JavaScript Promises: an Introduction', but I would say it is quite comprehensive

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The reason I gave-up programming.... (that and old age)


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Some pretty useful features indeed!

1. The CSS calc() function
2. The pointer media query
3. The currentColor variable
4. The :valid, :invalid, and :empty pseudoclasses
5. Counters using only CSS
6. Predictable tables with fixed layout
7. Easy form states using adjacent sibling selectors
8. Algebraic nth-child() selection
9. Animating elements with animation-fill-mode


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http://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/websockets/basics/

WebSockets don’t make AJAX obsolete but they do supersede Comet (HTTP Long-polling/HTTP Streaming) as the solution of choice for true realtime functionality.

They offer low latency bi-directional communication over a single connection and although many web browsers don’t natively support the WebSocket object there are polyfill fallback options.

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Very basic stuff but good to be reminded some times.
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