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Have you ever filled out an address form that had a checkbox for “my shipping address differs from my mailing address”? When you click that box a conditional form part gets revealed that allows you to enter another address. We … Read more
Ever since Facebook, and other “super” apps started to implement a side menu that slides out for their main navigation, this pattern has pretty much turned into the standard for any application that has a lot of content and a … Read more
When we look at the the most influential apps since I wrote “On Native and Web Apps in Mobile” last year, native apps have generally won in terms of experience, while HTML5’s limits on experience and performance has become more … Read more
Our conclusion was no, it's not currently possible (at least not standardized across browsers).
While there is a draft for the HTML5 clipboard API that does look like it will support copying images to the clipboard, it isn't yet standardized.
After the jump, I'll explain the steps we took to reach our conclusion.
A recent survey completed by Greystripe, a mobile advertising network, found that smartphone and iPad owners rely heavily on their devices for movie-related information. Half of smartphone and 44 per cent of iPad users decide which films to see based … Read more
This Saturday, January 28th, Xtreme Labs will open its doors to host the Ladies Learning Code Mobile workshop. This sold-out event is a full-day workshop where some of the best developers from the Toronto tech community come together to mentor … Read more
We recently came across a situation in our markup where we wanted whitespace in the markup for readability, but we didn't want that whitespace represented between the elements.
We found a fix that suggested using
font-size: 0 in CSS to eliminate the whitespace. That worked fine in Chrome, but we found that in Firefox, the containing element no longer scrolled with the mouse wheel or arrow keys! Apparently Firefox's scroll speed is proportional to