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Apache Cordova and WinJS

Apache Cordova and WinJS

Apache Cordova enables developers to build native applications by using the most common web programming languages: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Tapping into its set of APIs—colloquially known as… 177 more words




Every Time a Visitor Clicks On a Product and Buys Through 
Amazon YOU Get Paid Hands-Free Commissions!

It’s Just 3 Easy Steps and You’re Up & Running… 29 more words

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CSS divide page into sections

We can divide the page into different sections using CSS and JQuery in the same page without calling server side. I load the elements in the first section by default. 397 more words



As many of you know in the past few months I’ve decided to pick up a few new programming skills in web and mobile development. This month through a combination of online sources and coding camp, I’m learning HTML5, CSS, and Jquery. 49 more words


The not-so-secret code

Another year in journalism, another non-verbal language. This time, coding.

At the very least, it seems reasonable that journalists writing for online should know what web pages are and how they’re built. 305 more words

Creating 5 columns layout with Twitter Bootstrap

Bootstrap can be really helpful in designing your website. It gives you so many predefined rules which you can easily follow to have clean, beautiful, responsive layouts. 231 more words


Zen Garden Day 23: for my Tar Heels

If you haven’t heard of Michael Jordan, just stop reading. If you have, you know that 23 is a sacred number for those of us lucky enough to have stumbled on the uneven bricks on our way to class, watched autumn leaves fall against a Carolina blue sky, or cheered on the Heels in Kenan Stadium or the Dean Dome.  228 more words

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