D3 is so awesome. The other day a friend showed me Spotify Serendipity project, which used D3, and I was floored by the beauty of how visual data can show so much. A picture is truly worth more than a thousand words.
Here are some of the JS libraries that have made my JS development life much easier. I know that libraries change and new ones sprout, but currently here are a few that I have kept in my toolbox.
This is for anyone who has to build an AngularJS application that needs to support IE9 and below.
Recently, I came across a blog from Tanvi, a Mozilla Security Engineer (you can find her on Twitter @TanviHacks) talking about mixed content
Adding a default text display in a text input is a common way to label a text input in order to provide instruction and clarity for a user. Here is a simple implementation using jQuery.
Here I am sharing a little tidbit about HTML5 video for anyone that needs a refresher. If one needs to seek a video to a specific time, one can do something like this:
I was working with a programmer with a deep knowledge of a particular technology. However, after working with him for a couple of hours, I realized that he was not especially pragmatic.
Last night I was rummaging through some of my past projects doing a little winter cleaning, and I stumbled upon this jQuery plugin that I wrote a while back. I ran the code to see if it still functions (it was using jQuery 1.3). And to my pleasant surprise, the code still runs like a charm. So, I just want to take the time to share it with you all.
On a recent project, I had to create a Facebook Flash
application where the application will live in a Facebook application tab on a
fan page. The whole Facebook application development was very new to me. During
that time, because it was a Flash application, it seemed the most sense was to
use the Facebook and Adobe supported Facebook AS 3.0 client library which can
be found here.