cli interpreter jquery/phpview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Hi I'm looking for a way to parse out a string into a first word and switches exactly the way bash handles.  For jquery/phpLike this.command -a -b -c leftovertext | command -abc leftovertextI've looked at a javascript parser (optparse), but it's pretty outdated and I'm having trouble using a regular expression with match and each in jquery;Or if I should try doing this in (HowTos)

Detecting UIWebview using javascript in android devicesview story

http://stackoverflow.com – How to detect if my page is loaded in UIWebview using javascript in android devices, we can not differentiate using User Agent as user agent for UIWebview and Android default browser is giving same User Agents. (HowTos)

Mozilla Firefox 18 Boosts Performance with IonMonkeyview story

http://www.datamation.com – Open source browser debuts new JavaScript engine, CSS improvements and security updates. (IT news)

GitHub Replaces Copy And Paste With ZeroClipboardview story

http://techcrunch.com – No more copy and paste — GitHub has launched a new feature today called ZeroClipboard, a library for copying text to the clipboard that uses an invisible Adobe Flash movie through a JavaScript interface. The capability to copy long lines of text and Secure Hash Algorithms  (SHAs) to a clipboard has been a feature on GitHub since 2009: With ZeroClipbard, GitHub says it is making it easier to (IT news)

Apache FilesMatch directive - "Multiple arguments not (yet) supported"view story

http://serverfault.com – What the heck... There's only one argument, the regex. Earlier in the file, I denied all. Now I just want to allow access to index.php, as well as images, css, and javascript. <FilesMatch ~ "(?i:index.php|\.gif|\.jp?g|\.png|\.css|\.js)$" > Order allow,deny Allow from all </FilesMatch> Help. (HowTos)

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)

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)

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)

[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)

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)