Many of the famouse Java Script libraries (such as ExtJS, jQuery and Sencha Touch) are based on the possibility to change the CSS of the HTML elements displayed on screen. The following video clips provide more information about this possibility.
Most web developers are not aware of the possibility to interact with our cookies using code written in Java Script executed within the web browser. This technical possibility is an innovation trigger that leads to new possibilities. The Facebook Java Script SDK is just one example.
The new version of the professional Java Script Programming course I deliver via www.xperato.com includes four new topics. One of the new topics is Image Map. We can create images the user can interact with. We can set separated touchable areas and assign each one of them with a URL address or with a specific function in Java Script.
I have recently completed to update the professional Java Script Programming course I deliver via www.xperato.com. One of the new added topics is a detailed coverage of the available Java Script debuggers in today most popular web browsers: Firefox, Internet Explorer and Chrome.
I have recently started to play around with the IntelliJ Scala plugin. Unlike the Scala plugin for the Eclipse IDE (Gallileo 3.5) I still haven't encountered any bug. You can download this plugin at http://plugins.intellij.net/plugin/?id=1347.
The first video clip explain how to develop a simple Scala application using the IntelliJ.
The jQuery Mobile framework allows us to develop high quality cross platform web applications. It can be either a pure web application or an hybrid one. Using this framework is today ultimate option for targeting all mobile platforms using the same code.
It seems that when we develop a trait (that includes both abstract and concrete methods) in Scala and compile it, the outcome includes two jave byte code files. The first includes the definition of an interface with an identical name to the one we gave our trait. The abstract methods that interface includes are the same methods defined in our trait.