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How to Use + Angular to Create a Mobile Application

17 septembre, 2015 - 10:00
I love high-performance JavaScript and I love sharing what I believe is its true potential. In this tutorial, I want to focus on – it can allow you to maintain a silky smooth 60 frames per second while having fluid animations on screen. does this by utilizing the CSS3 primitive -webkit-transform: matrix3d, which lets the framework compute the composite matrix and skip the browser’s renderer. No plug-in, no download, no hack. By appending this to each DIV, developers can render the composite matrix and go straight to the GPU. I go more in depth when discussing the ins-and-outs of in this blog post. Thanks again to Zack Brown for all of your assistance with this! Let’s get started: By the end of this project you will be able to: Understand how Angular works within the context of a application Harness the true power of JavaScript and the good parts of HTML5 Create smooth animations My goal for this project to illustrate how easily you can create HTML5 / JS projects which work at near native speeds on mobile applications. Features The mobile applications runs on iOS and Android via Cordova The Windows 10 universal app runs natively on well, Windows […]* You might also be interested in the following articles:
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HTML5 APIs: Measure Performance with User and Navigation Timing

16 septembre, 2015 - 10:00
Complex web applications can slow down the processing power of the client. Hence, it is important – especially for mobile devices – to make some adjustments, so everything runs smoothly. Loading performance can be tested quickly and accurately with the new User Timing API for JavaScript, as the timing data bases on the High-Resolution Time API, which measures timing to the microsecond. The Navigation Timing API determines the loading performance of a website with the help of predefined marks. Thanks to the precise measuring methods, developer’s can find out which part of the application wastes time and optimize it. Measure Precisely with User Timing API The User Timing API measures performance between several predefined marks within a web application. You only have to define a start and end mark for the measurement that can be set at any place of the script. The JavaScript object “performance” offers various methods to do that. var measuring_start =; With the “now(0)” method, you can start measurement at any place of the web application, for example, within a script that runs a computationally intensive function. In contrast to the “Date(0)” object, which provides system timing as a time stamp, the User Timing API […]* You might also be interested in the following articles:
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Manifold.JS with Crosswalk, a Simpler Dev Experience for Android

15 septembre, 2015 - 10:00
With version 0.3.0 of manifoldJS you can now choose to build your Android apps with Crosswalk instead of the traditional Android webview. It’s quite simple to implement as well. If you’re not familiar, manifold.JS is a new open source framework that that can take a website and create an app for Windows, iOS, Android, Chrome, and Firefox, simplifying the creation of hosted apps across platforms. It debuted at the Microsoft Build 2015 conference in last April. manifoldJS runs as a command line tool through node.js or you can use the web based tool at In this tutorial, I’ll show you the simple steps to get it up and running so that you can try it yourself.  First, make sure you have manifoldJS installed and running: Step 1: install node.js from Step 2: open your favorite command prompt (terminal on mac or linux) and type: 1 > npm install manifoldjs -g Now, you simply add the Crosswalk flag to your launch parameters, and watch what happens next: 1 > manifoldjs –p Android –c And…BOOM! You’ve just build a hosted web app with Crosswalk. A Practical Example of Crosswalk With Crosswalk you can be confident that the newest HTML5 features such as WebGL, […]* You might also be interested in the following articles:
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Yves Bresson, ingénieur en informatique, consultant freelance, spécialisé dans la création de sites web (CMS, PHP, Ajax, jQuery, Bootstrap, HTML 5, CSS 3) et d'applications mobiles (iPhone, Android). Voir le profil de Yves Bresson sur LinkedIn