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5 Considerations To Be A Part of Your Mobile Strategic Plan
#appdevelopment   #mobileapps  
Has your organization identified that you need a strategy for developing a mobile application? Are you in charge of choosing the right tools and making the right choices for taking a leap into a Corporate Mobile Strategy? If so, you must be probably overwhelmed by the variety of mobile offerings ...
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David O'Brien

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15 years ago this month, a plucky ALA staffer wrote “Much Ado About 5K,” an article on a contest created by Stewart Butterfield that challenged web designers and developers to build a complete website using less than five kilobytes. As one group of modern web makers embraces mobile-first design and performance budgets, while another (the majority) worships at the altar of bigger, fatter, and slower, the 5K contest reminds us that a byte saved is a follower earned.

http://alistapart.com/blog/post/fifteen-years-ago-in-ala-much-ado-about-5k
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Paul Kinlan
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Before I announce it more broadly, I have just created a ChromiumDev slack group as a place for real time discussion for web developers about Chrome and Web Development

Join here: https://chromiumdev-slack.herokuapp.com/
https://chromiumdev.slack.com
Join chromiumdev on Slack. 2 users online now of 2 registered. Get my Invite. powered by slackin.
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When #API #Security Testing is Your Issue http://bit.ly/api_security_testing 
How to become an excellent API security testing performer? Click and find out.
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Paul Kinlan
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Test all the goodness way ahead of when it hits stable and beta
 
Live on the bleeding edge? Try out our latest features. (They'll be rough around the edges!)

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.chrome.dev

Announcement: http://blog.chromium.org/2015/04/dev-channel-for-chrome-on-android.html
Welcome to Chrome Dev for Android!• Live on the bleeding edge: Try out our ...
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Set up free mobile Web development with #JavaSrript   #cms . Powerful Rest API.  
http://goo.gl/1cMH6f
Finally, full-featured and the most flexible Node.js CMS. | Crowdfunding is a democratic way to support the fundraising needs of your community. Make a contribution today!
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JXcore, the #Node.js fork goes #opensource and is now aiming for #mobiledevelopment
The renowned JXcore variant of Node.js is now bristling with intriguing features and is also aiming to move the Node into the world of mobile development. With all the fuss and noise surrounding the Node.js’s lo.js variant, it is quite easy to forget about another popular Node fork JXcore, which has been percolating quietly. Last year, it added the feature of multithreading and the capability of turning the Node apps into various standalone execu...
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Is that an additional fork like io.js iojs.org ?
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Kevin Sheppard

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I have a #jquery   #question  for you guys. Anyone can suggest a fix?
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Paul Kinlan
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If the Web had an API for accessing the users Contacts and Address Book, what would you use it for?

I have my own use cases, want to learn others.
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if I understand well
for connection web cam
next to the address book
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Kevin Sheppard

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Encountering a strange issue here with #gulp  and #less  I don't get a live reload when I update any of the files listed in my @import statements
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hahaha! Thanks
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Plamen Cholakov

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As of April 21st Google started considering [mobile friendly as a search ranking factor](http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2014/11/helping-users-find-mobile-friendly-pages.html), which is wonderful news! With majority of the world viewing websites on mobile devices this is a great way to encourage those that haven't made the jump to mobile to join the rest of the Internet. While talking with a co-worker today we were discussing a site ...
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Thomas Park

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Free cc-licensed images for web development,  or any use:
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Maria Sarazie

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Hi all,

i'm going to develop a new platform based on J2EE technologies for an important and big client.
This is my first experience with huge project and i'd like to work with the following technologies because i have some knowledge:
- On Front end (user)
1) angular framework
2) bootstrap
- On backend
1) Spring framework
I suppose (and hope) that in nexts years this web application will grove up fast,
and so i'd like to have suggestion on which is the best technology or framework to use in this scenario.
Any suggestion will be appreciated,

Regards,
Maria
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no help :( ?
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In this article you'll learn what you need to know to get started with CSS3 animations.
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Three Steps in Order To Optimize Your Website for Mobile-Friendliness
This blog explains three important steps to make your websites and content more mobile-friendly, with the help of real mobile devices and browsers.
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Lucus Pettigrew

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Anybody looking for a fun project to work on? I'm in the process of making a fantasy football web app that works on all platforms. I have much of the "logic" done. I'm primarily a JS/jQuery guy and need some help with design. Just shoot me a message link of current stage site attached. #mobileapp   #fantasyfootball   #design  
My Lists. List Name.
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Roland Mösl

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What's wrong?

I check by javascript the pixel device ratio and set by CSS statements
the zoom factor to have the 680 pixel width layout over the full display width.

This is up to 1020 * pixel device ratio, above this, the layout changes to the format for common notebook/desktop displays.

When I test it on my notebook with 1368x768 display, Chrome, Windows 8, everything works fine, when i resize the window.

But on my Huawei Ascend P6, the zoom factor seems to be false, even more annoying, it's different false on each used browser.

Landscape shows 640 x 360 and device pixel ratio 2.

So what's wrong, that on desktop, the zoom factor works correct, but not on mobile?

Here ist the test page

http://baubiologie.pege.org/test.htm
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+Patrick Stephens I tried several times a DOCTYPE, but it all ended, that all <DIV> are placed just at 0,0.

The inline CSS is to optimize load speed of the first page, one access less, before rendering can start. It's all compressed delivered, so even with the inline, most of my pages are less than 5 kb to load.
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Roland Mösl

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After receiving some emails from Google, that my sites are not mobile friendly, after discovering, that there are 15% to 45% mobile users,
I decided for a responsive design.

The approach is, to have 2 layouts by CSS.

Standard layout is 1220 pixel width,
mobile layout is optimized for 680 pixel width.

I tried to put an (max-width:150mm) or (max-width:880px)
but this did not work. 

So I put it in 2 statements.

Most problem makes the zoom factor.
I test on my own Huawei Ascend P6 with 1280x720 screen.
But the newer Ascend P7 has even 1920x1080,
a higher resolution than my notebook display.

So how to find out the size of the screen
by javascript, to set the layout and the zoom factor?

Please some references,
I tried it by Google search,
but most of the material seems to be obsolete.
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While April 21 is the day that’s since been labeled the “Mobile-Pocalypse,” it’s important that small businesses start putting mobile best practices into action immediately.
Unless you’ve been staying away from the Internet these last few weeks, you know that on April 2...
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