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Category: Web Development

Meet X-Tag a Microsoft driven Open Source JavaScript Library

Hello! Just wanted to share with you a newly released “Awesome” JavaScript Library. X-Tag is a Microsoft supported, open source, JavaScript library that wraps the W3C standard Web Components family of APIs to provide a compact, feature-rich interface for rapid component development.While X-Tag offers feature hooks for all Web Component APIs (Custom Elements, Shadow DOM, Templates, and HTML Imports), it only requires Custom Element support to operate. As a fallback mechanism, X-Tag also uses a set…

Microsoft Web Camp – Dubai

Hello Developers! Microsoft is hosting a Web Camp event this month in Dubai, actually next week on September 15. The full day event is aimed at helping you learn how to Build websites that work everywhere! I will be delivering the full day workshop, with loads of  exciting content. So come join me and let’s have a fun packed day! What is a Web Camp? Web Camps are free, fun, no-fluff events for developers, by developers. You…

Is your website ready for Windows 10 ?

Hello! Windows 10 has been in the market for a month now following the official launch on July 29. Since then, the new OS has been gaining ground super fast and in less than a month Windows 10 was running on more than 75 million devices! And growing. Well, that’s great news for web developers as well. Especially, that the new Windows comes with a whole new Browser that is built for the modern web! Microsoft…

Check if your website is mobile friendly

Hola! Today, I came across a great tool for web developers! The tool is by W3C and called “The Mobile Checker“, it provides you with an emulation close to what your Web app looks like on different kinds of mobile devices, including tablets and smartphones. So, you can have a better idea on how mobile friendly your website is. This is critical, if you want your website to appear in search results on mobile devices,…

How to run localhost websites on Microsoft Edge

Hello! You might have already heard that Windows 10 will run Microsoft Edge an all-new browser that’s built to give you a better web experience. Microsoft Edge is the browser for the modern web. If you are developer you might be really interested in the Dev center for the new browser, you can check it on this link http://dev.modern.ie/. There you will find lots of tools and resources and you can also: Check Platform Status Test and debug your site with…

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