Tag Archives: cross-browser

Media Capture Ajax FormData Crontab Curl Tutorial

Crontab Curl techniques produce a wave of satisfaction in this programmer. That’s because batch programming is very interesting to me, and makes me feel efficient. Scheduling feels the same way for me. In broad brush terms what can “Crontab Curl” … Continue reading

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Media iOS Image Capture Ajax FormData Cookie Tutorial

Moving on from cross-browser, with yesterday’s Canvas Image Capture Ajax FormData Ajax Email Tutorial, we move on to cross-platform issues today regarding iOS, shortcut desktop icon usage (we talked about with Web Meets Mobile via iOS Desktop Icon Tutorial) and … Continue reading

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Canvas Image Capture Ajax FormData Ajax Email Tutorial

Clearly, to build on yesterday’s Windows Web Browser F12 Development Tools Debugger Tutorial and Canvas Image Capture Ajax FormData Annotation Dropdown Tutorial we need to clear up another issue that is cross-browser by nature, that being the emailing functionality for … Continue reading

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Windows Web Browser F12 Development Tools Debugger Tutorial

As hard a lesson as it may be, when you find a cross-browser issue that only happens with a certain brand or brands of web browser, if you have the time, investigate there and then on a laptop with a … Continue reading

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Google Chart via CSV or JSON or XML Tutorial

Building on yesterday’s Google Chart via CSV or JSON Sharing Tutorial, again, we have a dual purpose set of improvements for you today regarding our CSV or JSON to Google Chart web application, those being … XML input data functionality … Continue reading

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Google Chart via CSV or JSON Sharing Tutorial

Building on the recent Google Chart via CSV or JSON Filtering Tutorial we have a dual purpose set of improvements for you today regarding our CSV or JSON to Google Chart web application, that being … email sharing of scenarios … Continue reading

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Google Chart via CSV or JSON Filtering Tutorial

One of the more challenging parts of data representation can be filtering out too much data, for presentation purposes. We are going to refer to this issue as a “filtering” issue. Building on yesterday’s Google Chart via CSV or JSON … Continue reading

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Google Chart via CSV or JSON Tutorial

Our progression with the “CSV to Google Charts” web application today, building on yesterday’s Google Chart via CSV Header Data Tutorial, is to widen the net and name the web application “CSV or JSON to Google Charts”. The JSON protocol … Continue reading

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