I am new to this kind of stuff, but lately I've been hearing a lot about how good Node.js is. Considering how much I love working with jQuery and JavaScript in general, I can't help but wonder how to decide when to use Node.js. The web appli...
When calling window.open() in a iOS web app, the page opens in the web app instead of mobile safari.  How can I force the webpage to open in mobile safari?  Note: Using straight <a href> links is not an option....
I am trying to create a web application using the MVC design pattern. For the GUI part I would like to use JavaScript. And for the controller Java Servlets.  Now I have never really worked with JavaScript, so I'm having a hard time figuring out...
This is a hard one to articulate and I am new to mobile web development so please bear with me:  On my webpage, I have 3 Nested dropdown lists (Area, Town, Street).  Nested as in, each dropdown's items are modified when the selection in the dro...
Introduction Google chrome has a feature that allows you to create shortcuts to web pages and make them appear like traditional desktop applications.  For example, a shortcut to twitter mobile might be  C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Google\...
I am developing the application in HTML which is calling the console.log() from Javascript to provide me logs during the development about what happens in the web page code.  Unfortunately when I use the adb logcat command to check logs I can see out...
I am working on a EDIT: mobile web app which displays some sensitive information and requires a login which stores the members username and password in a HTML5 Session. The username and password are currently stored in an un-encrypted state for the r...
I'd like to create an email from a Javascript web application.  I'm completely aware of the many SO questions on this (e.g. Open Outlook HTML with Chrome).  There are problems with the typical answers:   Mailto: link: This will let you create...
I came across this answer which is brilliant:     In iPhone iOS6 and from Android ICS onwards, HTML5 has the following   tag which allows you to take pictures from your device:      <input type="file" accept="image/*" capture="...

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