Tutorial – HTML5 Essentials for Enterprise SPA Development

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Single Page Application architectures allow rich, responsive application user interfaces to be developed. Enterprises have the ability to expand applications to more devices by implementing browser-based SPAs with JavaScript and HTML5. But developers need a deep understanding of JavaScript and HTML5 features to fully take advantage of SPA. This tutorial will describe the new features of HTML5, making an attempt to …

Tutorial – JavaScript Essentials

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If you’ve been developing enterprise web applications, it’s likely that you have applied JavaScript in some fashion – probably to validate user input with a JavaScript function that validates a form control, manipulate an HTML document object model (DOM) for a user interface effect, or even to use AJAX to access the server to eliminate a page refresh. Single Page …

Introducing Marionette-Require-Boilerplate for Your Single Page Application

Brett Jones HTML5, JavaScript, Technology Snapshot 1 Comment

Marionette-Require-Boilerplate (MRB) is a simple boilerplate I created to help get Single Page Applications off the ground with a small starter project. It incorporates a number of great tools and best practices to save time in the early stages of a project. MRB integrates such cutting edge libraries as Backbone, Marionette, Require, Grunt, Jasmine, Bootstrap, and jQuery Mobile, among others. These libraries work together to help you start your …

Trailing Commas in JavaScript

Mark Adelsberger HTML5, JavaScript, Problem Solving, Tutorial Leave a Comment

The Scenario You’re working on a JavaScript project, and your project includes the following object definition: You go to add another method to your object. You return to your test page and get mysteriously unexpected behavior. What happened? You’ve probably recognized the mistake in the above code, but then if you write much JavaScript, there’s a good chance you’ve made …

A Little HTML5: Using JSON and File API to View Starred Google Reader Posts

Brice McIver HTML5, JavaScript, Keyhole Creations Leave a Comment

A couple of months ago, Google announced that it was retiring its web feed reader Google Reader. As a long-time user of the service, I was disappointed. But there are a couple of substitutes out there like Feedly, The Old Reader, NetVibes, etc. Google gives you the option of exporting your data from Reader through Google Takeout. This is where my inspiration for a little …