There's a post from 2010 about , which indicates that it's rather difficult to do. The post mentions that the library contains a lot of browser-related assumptions. I've wondered whether using and the command line PhantomJS could get around any of these aforementioned issues, but I haven't had time to test it.
A few more questions before I wrap up: Have you used QUnit in an automated context? Do you use QUnit as a normal part of your development …
2010 The deal between strong opposition by Monty. There is a lot of and Drama over the conference, with the conference's future itself now uncertain. The of the Dolphin is now delivered by Edward Screven, the new boss of the business, now at Oracle. changes his focus from (storage engine) to (complete MySQL replacement). There is a lot of " …and Sun is now closed after overcoming a number of bottlenecks, including
…old-as-the-hills compatibility issue , and I solved it via a monkeypatch . The monkeypatch relied on a hardcoded version number, which I have been hand-incrementing every time I update Rails. It's literally on the redeploy checklist, next to a note " : This is stupid and should be fixed when I get a moment."apps running on 2.3.X at the moment. Waaaaay back in 2010, and Rails had a bit of a
I did three Rails app upgrades locally, …
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Of course, we haven't been the only ones focused on the developer class. In the latter half of 2010,analyst O'Grady published …
…Fragmented world: what two years of traffic data teaches you about mobile . In 2010, devices were already accounting for over half the 's mobile traffic; by 2012, they're now accounting for about three-quarters. The Guardian serves about 3.3 million page a day to mobile devices, not counting those served to their iPad-specific app.
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By 2010, Boulder recognized as a great startup community
Done without promotion
Cofounded Techstars in 2006
Founded Founders Group in 2007
My book is based on four Principles
My publisher wanted these principles to be given a name, and they suggested "the Boulder Thesis"
It's their contribution to the content of the book
The startup community has to be led by entrepreneurs
Separate the world into 2 categories: leaders and feeders
…, he's been stopped short since the Republicans took the House in 2010. Mark my words, though: Obama will be remembered as one of the most effective presidents the US has ever seen, based upon those two years alone. The country's not fully recovered from the Great Recession yet. But who honestly thought it would have, four years on?
I just don't get it: Romney is proposing nothing less than a re-hashed Bush-Cheney presidency. Mmm. That worked out so well before. …
…Visualizing genomes: techniques and challenges . Nat Methods 7 : S5-S15 ( 2010)
Bartlett C, Cheong S, Hou L, Paquette J, Lum P, Jager G, Battke F, Vehlow C, Heinrich J, Nieselt K, Sakai R, Aerts J & Ray W. An eQTL biological data visualization challenge and approaches from the visualization community . BMC Bioinformatics 13 (8): S8 ( 2012)
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…copy number variation in the human genome . Nature 464 : 704-712 ( 2010)
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