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Developing Windows Store Apps with HTML5 and JavaScript

By: Rami Sarieddine
Publication Date: August 2013
Number of pages: 184

The Windows store is growing in popularity and with this step-by-step guide it’s easy to join the bandwagon using HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript. 565 more words

Books

Learning CSS

CSS (Cascading style sheets) is nothing but a like a helping hand to present your website in an organized and presentable way with various styling. The name itself dictates the objective of CSS. 442 more words

Web Development

Karo v1.0.5 Magazine WordPress theme | FreezeTheme

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Karo is a stylish magazine WordPress theme which has really great look and is perfect for your magazine, blog or news websites. 30 more words

Pixels and pixel density

Based on comment from a reader of this blog, today we are going to explore the world of pixels and pixel density. These two terms might cause some troubles, small or big, to many people. 706 more words

Development

CSS3 Keyframe Animations: Fluffy clouds!

I’ve been putting the Udacity nanodegree on hold for these last couple of weeks as I’ve been busy working on my final website project for the General Assembly Front End Web Design course. 513 more words

CSS

Web development #3: Styling our page with CSS 3

This is the third installment of a blog series about web development. You can find other blogs here:

  1. Web development #1: Internet and the World Wide Web…
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CodeProject

Build a Small Custom Calendar in a Java Web Application

Recently I started working on a small application that required a mechanism for recording and displaying appointments. There were several requirements for this appointment manipulation, first obviously it had to be functional, second it had to be small and out of the way, third, because an accompanying list of the appointments were already existing, the calendar only needed to display highlighted days where there were active appointments. 2,050 more words

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