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  1. Because if you're selling your soul, you may as well do it asynchronously.

    Socialite provides a very easy way to implement and activate a plethora of social sharing buttons — any time you wish. On document load, on article hover, on any event!

    Demo: Hover over the following social links to load them dynamically. Socialite can be triggered by page scrolling (lazy loading the social links as they are needed) or when the user hovers over an area on the page.

    Socialite works by asynchronously loading social networks required javascript files and only loading the Social Sharing buttons as the user needs them. For example, rather than loading all social networking buttons at once on a page, we can load them while the user scrolls.
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  2. The HTML and JavaScript code below makes use of some features of HTML5 (specifically the “Blob” object, the File API, and the “download” attribute of the “a” tag) to allow the user to load, edit, and save a text file on their local computer. As of this writing, it works in both Chrome and Firefox browsers, though sadly it requires a little bit of custom code for each.
    Tags: , by M. Fioretti (2016-12-30)
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  3. The Android Browser bug breaks the browser's handling of the SOP. As Rafay Baloch, the researcher who discovered the problem found, JavaScript constructed in a particular way could ignore the SOP and freely meddle with other sites' content without restriction.

    This means that potentially any site visited in the browser could be stealing sensitive data. It's a bug that needs fixing, and fast.

    As part of its attempts to gain more control over Android, Google has discontinued the AOSP Browser. Android Browser used to be the default browser on Google, but this changed in Android 4.2, when Google switched to Chrome. The core parts of Android Browser were still used to power embedded Web view controls within applications, but even this changed in Android 4.4, when it switched to a Chromium-based browser engine.
    Tags: , , , by M. Fioretti (2014-09-17)
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  4. I won't get into how to draw the graph itself, but I'll explain how to make it responsive. The general idea:

    Calculate the graph's dimensions based on the width of its container (rather than fixed numbers)
    If the page is resized, destroy the graph, check for new dimensions and redraw the graph.
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  5. Cloud Cannon is a CMS designed specifically for designers who know how to work with HTML, JavaScript, CSS and any static content. Instead of having to turn your beautiful designs into a dynamic CMS, you just have to put your files into a Dropbox folder — Cloud Cannon will take care of the rest in seconds. Clients can then edit paragraphs in the browser, insert images and more, as if it were an editable CMS.
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  6. JSXGraph is a cross-browser library for interactive geometry, function plotting, charting, and data visualization in a web browser. It is implemented completely in JavaScript, does not rely on any other library, and uses SVG, VML, or canvas. JSXGraph is easy to embed and has a small footprint: less than 100 KByte if embedded in a web page. No plug-ins are required! Special care has been taken to optimize the performance.

    JSXGraph supports multitouch devices like the Apple iPad and devices running Android.
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