Solutions for Real World Frontend Problems.


Loose vs Strict Typed Languages and a Code Bug

If somebody has worked in in a strict type language like java he would definitely know that function in java have to return type. So lets say we need to define a function for sum of two numbers. We would say: public int add(int a,int b){ return a + b; } Here we are very sure […]

An Apple in a Developers Day

There is an increase in rage on internet around the articles on “Flash not working on IOS” Steve Jobs in 2010 has clearly indicated that ios devices are not going to support Flash and is going with open standards like HTML5 and css3 and javascript for multimedia content on Web. At the same times you can read a number […]

Reset Stylesheet: How to Handle Cross-Browser Differences?

I discovered a file reset.css in one of our Project’s css folder. I went ahead googling the purpose of this file and found it’s interesting use. Browsers as we all know are different in their interpretation of certain things. Default line-heights, margins font-sizes being some of them. What this means is that a header on […]

How to Create Tabs and Make a Tab link shareable

Tabs are used to show data of same context. Below we will discuss how to create Tab’s using simple HTML CSS and Javascript and then we will discuss a behavior users demanded from these Tabs and how we applied “Fragement Identifier Pattern” a frontend design pattern to modify the functionality. You can skip the code if you are just interested in understanding the design […]

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