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Finding Location Using Browser’s Geolocation API

Geolocation API

The Geolocation API provides a method to locate the user’s exact (more or less – see below) position. This is useful in a number of ways ranging from providing a user with location specific information to providing route navigation. Although it’s not actually part of the HTML5 specification, as it …

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Find Geo Location By IP Address using maxmind GeoLiteCity Database

geo location

There several ways to find geo location like address, city, country, latitude, longitude, area etc.  Here I’m going to show you how we can get geo location by IP address using www.maxmind.com’s GeoLiteCity database. 1. Download GeoIP Class file: geoip.inc – http://www.maxmind.com/download/geoip/api/php-20120410/geoip.inc 2. Download GeoIpCity Class file: geoipcity.inc – http://www.maxmind.com/download/geoip/api/php-20120410/geoipcity.inc 3. Download …

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7+1 tips for naming variables

Here I’m writing some tips for naming variables Tips for Naming Variables 1.- The variable name has to be as descriptive as possible. Don´t use generic names. Good example: daysDateRange, flightNumber, carColor. Bad example: days, dRange, temp, data, aux… There are a lot of developers who would prioritize short variable …

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Camera and Video Control with HTML5

Being able to access the camera within the browser without using third party software is an incredible advancement.  Paired with canvas and a bit of JavaScript, the camera has become quickly and easily accessible.  Not only it the camera accessible, but since canvas is ultra-flexible, we’ll be able to add …

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JavaScript Debounce Function

debounce

To optimize existing code, there is a biggest mistake I have seen is the absence of the debounce function.  If your web app uses JavaScript to accomplish taxing tasks, a debounce function is essential to ensuring a given task doesn’t fire so often that it bricks browser performance. For those of you …

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What’s new for designers & developers, July 2016

Here in what’s new for designers and developers, we’ve included productivity apps, email marketing apps, notetaking tools, CSS frameworks, UI kits, remote work resources, startup resources, color tools, and much more. Almost everything on the list this month is free, with a few high-value paid apps and tools also included. …

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