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Indent JSON with JavaScript

Mar 02, 2015 - Read the full article at: Indent JSON with JavaScript --> Read the full article at: Indent JSON with JavaScript Working with XML and JavaScript is a nightmare, which is why JSON has become gold in the development community.  Hell, I even wrote a function to turn XML to JSON with JavaScript. [...]


JavaScript Battery API: Promises

Feb 24, 2015 - Read the full article at: JavaScript Battery API: Promises --> Read the full article at: JavaScript Battery API: Promises Working at Mozilla has afforded me the time to look at new APIs, one of them being the Battery API.  I wrote about the Battery API a while back, when the API was fresh into [...]


Introducing ASP.NET 5

Feb 23, 2015 - pThe first preview release of ASP.NET 1.0 came out almost 15 years ago.  Since then millions of developers have used it to build and run great web applications, and over the years we have added and evolved many, many capabilities to it.  pI'm excited today to post about a new release of [...]


Mighty Deals: Microthemer: Code-Free Visual WP Theme and Pl [...]

Feb 23, 2015 - Read the full article at: Mighty Deals: Microthemer: Code-Free Visual WP Theme and Plugin Editor (Sponsored) --> Read the full article at: Mighty Deals: Microthemer: Code-Free Visual WP Theme and Plugin Editor (Sponsored) WordPress’ open-source nature offers a tremendous amount of [...]


Retiring the Email Migration API

Feb 18, 2015 - Wesley Chun, Developer Advocate, Google Apps Last summer, we launched the new Gmail API, giving developers more flexible, powerful, and higher-level access to programmatic email management, not to mention improved performance. Since then, it has been expanded to replace the Google Apps Admin SDK's [...]


Gulp on Rails: Replacing the Asset Pipeline

Feb 18, 2015 - Just over a year ago I started using Gulp and created gulp-starter. The setup works great out of the box on projects that are unopinionated about assets. Rails, unfortunately, is very opinionated, and it's taken me a year of trial and error to land on a solution that fully integrates [...]


Smaller Fonts with WOFF 2.0 and unicode-range

Feb 18, 2015 - Rod Sheeter, Software Engineer The Google Fonts and Chrome teams are constantly looking for ways to make fonts better for online content. In 2014, we deployed two big optimizations: WOFF 2.0 and unicode-range. Combined, they are reducing the size of the downloaded fonts by more than 40 percent on [...]


Google launches the Chinese language Developer Channel on Yo [...]

Feb 16, 2015 - Bill Luan, Greater China Regional Lead, Google Developer Relations Today, the Google Developer Platform team is launching a Chinese language and captioned YouTube channel, aiming to make it easier for the developers in China to learn more about Google services and technologies around mobile, web [...]


Do you Speak PHP? How About Tagalog? Divi Has The Answer (Sp [...]

Feb 12, 2015 - Read the full article at: Do you Speak PHP? How About Tagalog? Divi Has The Answer (Sponsored) --> Read the full article at: Do you Speak PHP? How About Tagalog? Divi Has The Answer (Sponsored) “Mikä on budjetti? is Finnish for “What's your budget?”, and “umarkila sa [...]


Control protected ranges and sheets in Google Sheets with Ap [...]

Feb 11, 2015 - A few weeks ago, the Google Sheets team introduced improved control over protected sheets and ranges. Developers have told us they're looking for the same power in Google Apps Script — after all, ever since we added data validation to the Spreadsheet service, programmatic control over protected [...]







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