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Mozilla lancia Game_ONview story

http://www.oneopensource.it – Mozilla dopo aver lanciato Firefox OS Simulator non smette di sorprenderci e ci presenta un’altra interessane novità, infatti direttamente dal blog di Mozilla è stato lanciato Game_ON, una competizione aperta a tutti per lo sviluppo di videogiochi. In particolare si tratta di sviluppare, usando HTML5 e Javascript, dei giochi open-source capaci di avviarsi su più device possibili, l’ide (Software)

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Four reasons I like developing with open source codeview story

https://www.linux.com –   Overall, I’ve developed (no pun intended) a preference for using open source tools and components whenever it’s feasible.  Here are some of the reasons why I prefer to develop with open source code: I have been a developer for a number of years (yes, it’s a large-ish number) and I’ve worked on teams that have developed software on commercial platforms, on teams that have used a mixture of op (Software)

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Firefox Beta Now Features New IonMonkey JavaScript Compiler, Built-In PDF Viewer, Retina and Touch Supportview story

http://techcrunch.com – Today is beta-release day at Mozilla, and the organization is launching new beta versions of Firefox for the desktop and Android. This time around, the desktop version is set to get the most interesting updates, including the new IonMonkey just-in-time JavaScript compiler, as well as support for Macs with Retina displays and W3C Touch Event support for machines with touchscreens. (IT news)

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[lubuntu] Lubuntu slower with each updateview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi! I've been using lubuntu on Asus eeepc 901 since July and I've noticed that it gets progressively slower after each update. Right now, it has gotten so painfully slow that even scrolling in web browser (both chromium and firefox) has at least a .5sec lag, even on javascript and flash-free websites (such as vanilla php-bb forums). (Hardware)

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Drawbacks of Using JavaScriptview story

http://linux.bihlman.com – By David J Selden-Treiman JavaScript is often useful for website design. It can allow you to dynamically generate content for individual visitors. You can load content dynamically using AJAX. You can create animations that may increase the effectiveness of your website. However, JavaScript has some drawbacks too. 1. (General)

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Migrating Apache rewrites to Nginxview story

http://serverfault.com – I am trying to serve static HTML with server side PHP processing with Nginx. I have no experience with Apache. I would like to migrate the following re-writes from Apache's .htaccess to Nginx. (HowTos)

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Help!! I need apk for default web browser from rom 4.0.7view story

http://forum.xda-developers.com – Hello, I´m upgrade the to version 4.0.25 and the version of the default web brower change: 4.0.4-20121011.182423 I´m develepor a web aplication and this version have problems with my javascript code. (HowTos)

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I keep breaking Fedora 17 (help! boot issue)view story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Okay so I'm fairly new to linux..I use RHEL at work but on a basic level but recently i've decided to dual boot Windows 7 and Fedora. Easy, no problem. The real issue is I keep messing it up once i'm up and running every time! (HowTos)

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Developing gnome shell extensions with eclipse as a IDEview story

http://askubuntu.com – I would like to know whether any body has used Eclipse JavaScript support for developing gnome-exensions. Actually aiming here for the context support which is available in eclipse. And i though if i could add all the java scripts that a extension is inheriting (base scrips) in to a user library, then i could included it as a dependency in my extension project. Have any once done this already ? (HowTos)

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Can't install CGI moduleview story

http://serverfault.com – Iam having trouble having installing CGI module in Amazon EC2 Linux AMI. Here is the error. (HowTos)