Tag Archives: autocompletion

HTML Datalist Tag Primer Tutorial

The release of HTML5 brought with it a smorgasbord of improvements, not all of them supported on all the platforms and web browsers … hopefully, this does not make you cross?! Am really happy, today, to remind you of an … Continue reading

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Google Places API Autocomplete Proof of Concept Primer Tutorial

Huge “where of life” concept ahead! Yes, we are trialling the great Google Places API, specifically a proof of concept use of autocomplete logic checking keyboard entered places letter by letter. Cute, huh? As you can imagine, “incumbency” is big … Continue reading

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Other Side of the World Google Chart Tutorial

Google Charts provides great chart tools for various purposes. We already use the Map Chart heavily with our “Other Side of the World” recent web application we last talked about below with Other Side of the World Continents and Countries … Continue reading

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Other Side of the World Continents and Countries Tutorial

Today we came across a scenario where there was a tiny advantage being Australian, in that our “Continent Name” equals our “Country Name” … which I suppose you could argue for Antarctica, maybe?! We were amused by this at school, … Continue reading

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Other Side of the World Timezone Tutorial

We’ve got a lot of “where” functionality mixed in with “when” functionality with our “Other Side of the World” web application. To us, the easiest way to link “where” and “when” in the world is the concept of Earth’s timezones. … Continue reading

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Other Side of the World Map Chart Styling Tutorial

You’ll have noticed with our “Other Side of the World” web application of recent days … or maybe not, if you were dozing off … how much use we make of the Google Charts Map Chart functionality. Can’t do without … Continue reading

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Other Side of the World Mobile Scrolling Tutorial

It would be good for our “Other Side of the World” web application to work well on mobile platforms. This can be a big ask when you try to present a wide variety of data in some volume, using HTML … Continue reading

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Other Side of the World Iframe Tutorial

Our “Other Side of the World” web application we’ve been developing lately has made extensive use of the HTML iframe element, mainly as a “reader” of data in that Client Pre-emptive Iframe technique way. But the HTML iframe element is … Continue reading

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