Saturday, November 24, 2012

100+ Best jQuery HTML5 Tutorial with demos 2012

Friday, November 23, 2012

50 Tricks for Faster Web Applications

Jatinder Mann , an Internet Explorer PM at Microsoft, held the session 50 performance tricks to make your HTML5 apps and sites faster at BUILD 2012, providing many tips for creating faster web applications.

The advice provided by Mann was organized around six principles outlined below.

1. Quickly Respond to Network Requests.

2. Minimize Bytes Downloaded. Minimize the amount of data downloaded when a web page is loaded.

3. Efficiently Structure Markup. For IE use the latest markup standardization since it is the fastest. Earlier IE6-IE9 markup styles are recognized by IE 10 but they are not as fast as the latest one.

4. Optimize Media Usage. Images are the most utilized resource, on average a website downloading 58 images.

5. Write Fast JavaScript.

6. Know What Your Application is Doing

Mann recommended using Windows Performance Tools to measure the performance of web pages in IE and optimizing pages for less CPU time and increasing parallelism.

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50 performance tricks to make your HTML5 apps and sites faster

Creating high performance web apps is crucial for every web developer. Learn directly from the Internet Explorer Performance team about what actually drives performance across the web and how you can make your sites faster. This is the same team that brought you GPU accelerated graphics and compiled JavaScript, and they will share their favorite 50 best practices for web developers.

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Sunday, November 18, 2012

10 Excellent iPad Apps You Should Download

1. AudioNote

Taking notes at a meeting, meet-up or conference? AudioNote lets you link audio recordings to the notes you keep along the way. Later, select a place in your typed notes and the recording from that moment will play. The app also works with a stylus, so you can also link recordings to free-hand notes and drawings.

Price: $4.99

2. Photoshop Express

This free app brings you the primary features of Photoshop without the double-digit expense.

Price: FREE

3. Sketchbook Pro

When it comes to your own artistic expression, Sketchbook drawing and painting tool provides you with a myriad of pencils, pens, markers, brushes and effects. You can upload what you make directly to a variety of social media platforms. Completely compatible with any iPad stylus, the small price tag equates to big-time flexibility and results.

Price: $2.99

4. Epicurious

Epicurious will become your go-to cookbook — it features hundreds of recipes to inspire your culinary mind and instant shopping lists that sync with other devices (such as your smartphone).

Price: FREE

5. Wikipanion

No need to access your browser for those mid-sentence references anymore. Wikipanion taps the Wikipedia database in a fresh, clean, app-based environment.

Price: FREE

6. Jasmine

If you're feeling frustrated about YouTube's disappearance on the newest iOS, check out Jasmine. It'll fill in all the viewing and list-making holes, plus give you parental controls and AirPlay compatibility.

Price: FREE

7. Star Walk

What could be cooler than this? Simply hold your iPad overhead, and the app works with the on-board camera to show you the visible (and even invisible) constellations on the screen. If you're like us, you'll show this one off at your next group gathering.

Price: $2.99

8. White Noise Pro

Traveling to a new environment? Dealing with a noisy neighbor back at home? WhiteNoisePro provides a catalog of gentle, sound-masking ambience, from nature recordings to, well, white noise.

Price: $2.99

9. MindNode

MindNode helps organize your creative life, your daily tasks and every other kind of brainstorming you might perform. Create a visual, bird's-eye view of every project, connect ideas and see things in a fresh light on this endlessly expanding canvas.

Price: $9.99

10. AppShopper

One of the coolest new iPad apps is a tool to help you buy iPad apps. AppShopper organizes wish lists and tracks prices. You get a push notice with every sale, so you can make your move.

Price: FREE

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Comma Delimited Cookies in ASP.NET with Parser Tool

ASP.NET does not provide support for comma delimited cookies which you will realize if you examine the source code for System.Web.HttpRequest class. You have to make use of semicolon charcter to work with cookies.

However, HTTP state management mechanism document of W3C (RFC2309) states that semicolon and comma are both valid characters to be used as a delimiter for cookie keys. But semicolon is commonly used by developers.

In order to implement comma delimited cookies in ASP.NET, you need to create a tool which simulates ASP.NET to parse cookies with comma instead of semicolon. The steps involved for the creation of a parser tool are as follows

=>Create HttpModule class that processes each and every request
=>Check for the existence of comma in cookie header
=>Parse and extract the cookies to put them in the collection

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