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If I get it right, this will be achieved through the HTML5 JavaScript API navigator.getUserMedia() in the future.  As of this date, what browsers support it? Beta, alpha, build from source.. How can I play around with it?...
I'd like to start by saying that I understand that JavaScript is a Classless language.  My background is in Java, C++, and Objective-C which are all classic OOP languages that support Classes.    I'm expanding into Web Development and have be...
Obviously you can't just surround the <tr> tag with an <a> tag and call it a day; this is invalid and doesn't even work. I have seen JavaScript used, but then what happens to browsers that don't support JavaScript? What is the...
I'm getting acquainted with AngularJS, and I've noticed that it is possible to make your template code HTML5-compliant by prefixing your directives with data-. (For example, data-ng-repeat="..." instead of ng-repeat="...".)  M...
I understand that it may not be possible to decouple the client-side from the server-side code in ASP.NET Webforms. What steps can be taken to produce a website on this framework that complies to web standards?  I am particularly concerned with makin...
The W3C CSSOM View Module draft defines offsetX and offsetY properties on the MouseEvent interface.  These seem very useful to me (and I have a current question related to them), and I want to be able to get the same value during touch events. (But t...
I know that both scroll() and scrollTo() do the same thing and that browsers support both to ensure backwards compatibility, but which one is deprecated? Which one should I be using? And is there a way to prevent a browser from storing the scroll pos...

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