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Scott Reed
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Archos is the best and I love it, I have a couple of feature request/changes, tho i know you're dealing with the 6.0 update bugs atm.

-Better voice search. I'd really like to be able to say "TV SHOW" "SEASON X" and have it only load the season I want.
-Can there be an option to store previously played content somewhere other than the folder location.
-Can we make an option to stop manually selected files adding to library. Unless I've scanned a folder in I don't want a video I browse of the network to be added to the library.

Thank you and keep up the great work

I'm using the paid version on my Nvidia Shield, I've noticed a bug. I've set subtitles not to play but when a video starts and also when a video resumes the option shows no subtitles in the menu but subs are still shown.

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I think it's important for people to re-iterate to people a few things.

1. Lots of things in jQuery are now very easy to do in standard JavaScript (http://youmightnotneedjquery.com/). You should at least try to write sites without it first and with some polyfillers before inserting a jQuery dependancy in to your site. This is something my agency follows and we've heard at many front end conferences including the jQuery ones.

2. If you must use jQuery, don't build sites by simply throwing in masses of plugins in. If you need a plugin, at least flick through the code first and make sure you understand it's implementation. Ideally also pop over the dev tools timeline view and make sure any dom manipulation/animations are up to standard.

The key is to think, don't blindly use any library without understanding it or really needing it.

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Despite the fact that this is the jQuery community, I think it's important for people to re-iterate to people a few things.

1. Lots of things in jQuery are now very easy to do in standard JavaScript (http://youmightnotneedjquery.com/). You should at least try to write sites without it first and with some polyfillers before inserting a jQuery dependancy in to your site. This is something my agency follows and we've heard at many front end conferences including the jQuery ones.

2. If you must use jQuery, don't build sites by simply throwing in masses of plugins in. If you need a plugin, at least flick through the code first and make sure you understand it's implementation. Ideally also pop over the dev tools timeline view and make sure any dom manipulation/animations are up to standard.

The key is to think, don't blindly use any library without understanding it or really needing it.

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If you are in to your SPA, Angular or Breeze watch this training course it's a great summary of the most important techniques and creating a great SPA client application integrating with the .NET OData Web API

Are there any good, qualified front end developers looking for a job? You must be proficient in the latest client side technologies (Javascript, JQuery, Knockout) or similar and ideally have good JQuery skills including the ability to write modular JQuery plugins. This would be working for one of the top digital agencies on the south coast of England (Bournemouth)

Are there any good, qualified front end developers looking for a job? You must be proficient in the latest client side technologies (Javascript, JQuery, Knockout) or similar and ideally have good JQuery skills including the ability to write modular JQuery plugins. If this is a yes, PM me

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http://www.breezejs.com/ Pretty sweet for single page apps when suing .NET 4.5 apps using knockout, signlr and web sockets. Loving the new facebook and single page app templates in the new VS 2012 update 2 as well
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