16 April 2014

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By Assaf Arkin of Labnotes 5 months ago.
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Medium-Style Page Transition . Pretty slick; I'd love to see something like this working with Turbolinks.

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"We are outsource Big Data to Oracle": Q&A with Devops Borat . Regarding the Cloud, Availability and tolerable Pricing theorem:

In startup we are not believe in downtime. We are call it planned maintenance. As many expert on Twitter are say, cloud is offer infinite scalable and zero cost but can not able offer 100% …

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By Mislav of Mislav's blog 9 months ago.
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…(shell) - Return a process to foreground

jobs (shell) - List suspended processes

In Vim:

C-f/b - Page down/up

C-a/x - Increment/decrement the number after cursor. Can't do CSS without it!

C-] - Jump to tag under cursor

C-o - Backtrack after having jumped

To learn more about navigating tags and jumps in Vim, see Vim: Revisited .

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On igvita.com 1 year ago.
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…prefetching fetch critical resources on the page ahead of time, to accelerate rendering of the page Page prerendering fetch the entire page with all of its resources ahead of time, to enable instant navigation when triggered by the user

Each decision to invoke one or several of these techniques is optimized against a large number of constraints. After all, each is a speculative optimization, which means that if done poorly, it might trigger unnecessary work and network traffic, or even worse, …

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On ZURB over 1 year ago.
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Article Page, Desktop

Homepage, Mobile

Homepage, Mobile

Category, Mobile

Category, Mobile

Article Page, Mobile

Article Page, Mobile

The Takeaways

Our audit lead us to break down the design with three main takeaways that we'd like to get across to our readers, those are:

The content is easy to discover and digest. It seems as though ReadWrite took a mobile-first approach to this new design. Paring the site down to the minimum needed …

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By Doug Avery of Viget.com Blogs over 1 year ago.
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…'location' of a user has over our design, and whether that control is warranted. It's too easy let the Page micro-manage other concerns, which is unfortunate, because the Page is pretty bad at it — reduce Page responsibilities whenever you can.

Unseparated:

In this example, the about and contact pages have a special contact form that appears the footer. The design calls for some additional padding above the form. You might think to handle it this way: .about-page .footer, …

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By Mike Gunderloy of A Fresh Cup over 1 year ago.
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…for all new applications.

There's a new ActiveSupport:: KeyGenerator that wraps PBKDF2 for use in making more secure keys. The merge is in 0a507925 .

Action and Page caching have been extracted to separate gems; see c82cf81f for details.

rack-cache is no longer installed by default, though as ab4c0795 shows you can turn it on easily.

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By Dave Jones of Videos matching: rubyonrails over 1 year ago.
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Day 4 - Ruby on Rails 3 - Application Layout and Page Controller

More on the application layout, image_tags, including CSS correctly and beginning work on a page_controller to serve some pages that we will build later. Also an intro to Routing.

From: Dave Jones

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18 ratings Time: 41:53 More in Education

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By Todd Hoff of High Scalability over 1 year ago.
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CNN's Political Ticker, NFL, Time Inc's The Page, People Magazine's Style Watch, corporate blogs for Flickr and KROQ, and many more. Automattic operates two thousand servers in twelve, globally distributed, data centers. WordPress.com customer data is instantly replicated between different locations to provide an extremely reliable and fast web experience for hundreds of millions of visitors.

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By Leigh Shevchik of New Relic over 1 year ago.
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* Page view count

* Track advertisements

* Retain state about a shopping cart

How Cookies Work

Cookies are created when a browser receives a Set-Cookie header from the web in response to a page request. Look at this example modified from Wikipedia : HTTP/1.1 200 OK Content-type: text/html Set-Cookie: page_loaded=25; Expires=Wed, 09 Jun 2021 10:18:14 GMT

The browser receives a HTTP 200 code indicating the response was successful and the content type of the response. …

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By Leigh Shevchik of New Relic over 1 year ago.
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…together in lists with Views. If you were feeling especially brave, I hope you tried building pages with Page manager and Panels.

Going forward, I'll assume you've built your site and are creating a lot of great content for it. I'll also bet my repository of Vim scripts that your site has become increasing sluggish as you've piled stuff onto it. While in the past you used to be able to load your meager content in the blink of an eye, it now it takes a couple of seconds …

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