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Using LinkedIn JavaScript API for User Authentication and Profile Retrieval
07 April 14 08:24 AM | bipinjoshi
Integrating third-party sign-in with a website is quite common these days. Just like Facebook and Twitter, LinkedIn too allows you to ingrate LinkedIn authentication with your own website. One simple way to achieve such an integration is to use LinkedIn...
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One Time Event Handlers using jQuery and ASP.NET
03 April 14 07:31 AM | bipinjoshi
Most of the times the JavaScript event handlers attached with an element fire every time the event under consideration is raised. For example, if you wire a click event handler to the click event of a button then clicking that button will invoke the event...
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Introduction to Bootstrap
13 March 14 08:09 AM | bipinjoshi
With the increasing popularity of mobile devices, web developers are required to think about their website design for mobile devices from the beginning of a development project. Developing web applications targeting multiple devices can be challenging...
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Introduction to CSS3 Media Queries
03 March 14 08:11 AM | bipinjoshi
With the increasing popularity of mobile devices, web developers are required to ensure that their website renders well on different devices. One important aspect in such a rendering is applying different CSS rules to different requesting devices. To...
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Working with Facebook SDK for JavaScript
19 February 14 09:37 AM | bipinjoshi
Now-a-days many websites provide Facebook integration to enhance the user experience. Features such as Facebook authentication, displaying Like or comments widgets, posting something on a user's wall are parts of this integration. The Facebook SDK for...
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5 CSS3 Features That Simplify Your Web Page Styling
18 February 14 09:17 AM | bipinjoshi
If you are a professional web developer chances are you use CSS for styling your web pages. The latest version of CSS - version 3 - adds many features to the CSS2 feature set, making it appealing to any web developer. This article discusses five features...
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Creating a Slide Show Using the History API and jQuery
04 February 14 10:35 AM | bipinjoshi
During Ajax communication, page content is often modified in some way or another. Since Ajax requests are sent through a client side script, the browser address bar remains unchanged even if the page content is being changed. Although this behavior doesn...
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ASP.NET Articles added in the month of January 2014
31 January 14 09:25 AM | bipinjoshi
In case you missed earlier updates, here is a list of recently added articles: ** 7 Things You Need To Know About Web Workers Web Workers allow you to run JavaScript code in the background without blocking the web page user interface. Web workers can...
7 Things You Need To Know About Web Workers
27 January 14 07:00 AM | bipinjoshi
Web Workers allow you to run JavaScript code in the background without blocking the web page user interface. Web workers can improve the overall performance of a web page and also enhance the user experience. Web workers come in two flavors - dedicated...
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7 Things You Should Know About the Geolocation API
22 January 14 07:15 AM | bipinjoshi
Many websites don't need to know anything about the geographical location of their visitors. In certain cases, however, this knowledge can be useful and can be used to enhance the user experience. This knowledge can also be used to integrate special features...
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