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  • jQuery 3.0 and jQuery Compat 3.0 Alpha Versions Released

    Official jQuery Blog
    Timmy Willison
    13 Jul 2015 | 4:11 pm
    It’s been a long time since we did a major release, and you certainly deserve one. So we’re glad to announce the first alpha of jQuery 3.0! Despite the 3.0 version number, we anticipate that these releases shouldn’t be too much trouble when it comes to upgrading existing code. Yes, there are a few breaking changes that justified the major version bump, but we’re hopeful these breakages don’t actually affect that many people. The jQuery Migrate plugin can help you to identify compatibility issues in your code as well. Your feedback on the changes in this alpha…
  • Bridging Healthcare Innovation with Healthbox

    Pathfinder Software
    Bernhard Kappe
    23 Jul 2015 | 5:48 am
    We asked Ateet Adhikar, Director of Healthbox to write a guest post with his perspective on the space: Building a bridge between innovators and startups within the often-challenging healthcare industry is what Healthbox is all about. Today, our business focuses on accelerators to help the healthcare industry, which is in desperate need of higher level innovation. By providing seed capital, guidance and investment, our team is able to usher companies through the development process and connect them to industry leaders. Healthbox has 24
  • How Copywriting Can Benefit From User Research

    Smashing Magazine
    Marli Mesibov
    27 Jul 2015 | 7:19 am
      I’ve often heard there are four stages along the road to competence: unconscious incompetence, conscious incompetence, conscious competence, and unconscious competence. Most of us begin our careers “unconsciously incompetent,” or unaware of how much we don’t know. I’ll never forget the first time I moved from unconscious to conscious incompetence. I was working as an office manager at a small software company, and having been impressed by my writing skills, the director of sales and marketing asked me to throw together a press release, welcoming the new CEO.The post How…
  • Dojo Recap – Week Ending July 24, 2015

    The Dojo Toolkit Blog
    Dylan Schiemann
    27 Jul 2015 | 1:36 pm
    Last week we made a few fixes in the Dojo 1.x codebase, and further progress towards Dojo 2. Let us know if you would like to get involved! Last week in Dojo 1.x Last week we fixed the following issues in Dojo 1.x: Dijit Resolve scroll position issue in TabContainer (#18612) Util Fix 60s Closure compiler wait time for Windows users (#17105) Up next in Dojo 1.x We are starting to put together a release plan for 1.11, and updated point releases for earlier versions of Dojo. The main things we are considering for 1.11 are as follows: New flat theme Update build profiles to include new themes…
  • dhtmlxSuite 4.4 with Support of MS Edge and Updated Skin Builder

    DHTMLX Blog
    Ivan (DHTMLX team)
    23 Jul 2015 | 3:22 am
    The testing of recently released beta version hasn’t shown any problems, so today we’re glad to present an official release of dhtmlxSuite 4.4. Since last update that was a month ago, we haven’t added any new features, but set another goal – prepare the library for a new browser, Microsoft Edge, that will be released in a week as a part of Windows 10. Anyway, we’ve fixed the known bugs and made some performance improvements. Full what’s new list can be found here. New Features in Skin Builder DHTMLX Skin Builder is an online tool for creating a custom skin…
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    Pathfinder Software

  • Bridging Healthcare Innovation with Healthbox

    Bernhard Kappe
    23 Jul 2015 | 5:48 am
    We asked Ateet Adhikar, Director of Healthbox to write a guest post with his perspective on the space: Building a bridge between innovators and startups within the often-challenging healthcare industry is what Healthbox is all about. Today, our business focuses on accelerators to help the healthcare industry, which is in desperate need of higher level innovation. By providing seed capital, guidance and investment, our team is able to usher companies through the development process and connect them to industry leaders. Healthbox has 24
  • Wearables 1.0, A Glimpse of Healthcare Innovations Yet to Come

    Bernhard Kappe
    23 Jul 2015 | 5:40 am
    We asked David Provost,  Founder and CEO of MakeItCount to write a guest post with his perspective on the space: The retail season and its rush of devices is well behind us and the raft of "major" announcements trumpeted at CES has thankfully faded. There have been a few events of notice, such as Intel's acquisition of Basis and conversely, Nike's decision to kill the FuelBand. Then there's the growing debate over the role of smartphones and an industry-wide recognition that most wrist-wearables end up
  • A Faster Path to App Development with Pathfinder

    Bernhard Kappe
    21 Jul 2015 | 5:23 am
    We asked Amanda Plummer, Business Systems Analyst of American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN) to write a guest post with her perspective on the space: I’m a business systems analyst with the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN). My team and I recently worked with Pathfinder to develop a new application for the AACN. AACN already had one mobile application in the space. It offered mission-driven content that we wanted all of our members (especially novice nurses) to receive, but we wanted
  • Wearable Sensors Are The Future Of Personalized Medicine

    Mitchell Posada
    16 Jul 2015 | 5:37 am
    Wearable technology that can monitor physical activity, collect data and deliver real-time feedback to individuals is the future of truly personalized care. Although technical challenges have limited mass utilization of sensors in the past, new prototypes of skin patches can detect temperature, heart rate, perspiration and movement disorders, and even release medication. At Pathfinder, we believe that sensors are poised to change the delivery system of healthcare. New, wearable skin patches are unobtrusive and almost unnoticeable, making them both functional and useful. Not only will they…
  • Behavioral Economics Driving Gamification In Health Tech

    Mitchell Posada
    14 Jul 2015 | 4:43 am
    As gamification and game mechanics gain popularity in the healthcare space, so too does the need to understand primary motivational factors that influence human behavior. Gamification itself uses game elements and digital game design to address common business dilemmas and drive social change, and has been very popular with the military, airlines industry and even higher education institutions. However, the ability to influence action with gamification is only now gaining traction in the health industry. Although gamification is here to stay due to factors that include vast US utilization
 
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    Smashing Magazine

  • How Copywriting Can Benefit From User Research

    Marli Mesibov
    27 Jul 2015 | 7:19 am
      I’ve often heard there are four stages along the road to competence: unconscious incompetence, conscious incompetence, conscious competence, and unconscious competence. Most of us begin our careers “unconsciously incompetent,” or unaware of how much we don’t know. I’ll never forget the first time I moved from unconscious to conscious incompetence. I was working as an office manager at a small software company, and having been impressed by my writing skills, the director of sales and marketing asked me to throw together a press release, welcoming the new CEO.The post How…
  • Making Time: Redesigning A Calendar Experience For Android

    Günther Beyer & Nino Rapin
    24 Jul 2015 | 6:55 am
      In UX design, few things are more intricate than time and personal time management — only a good arsenal of mobile design patterns and information architecture principles can save you. This is the story of redesigning the UX for a popular calenda tool on Android: Business Calendar. We’ll cover designing systems, interaction design problems, scaling across screens and platforms, research, and big business decisions and their outcomes. Business Calendar started out as a side project, a one-man show, and is now run by a team of eight in Berlin. The app was very successful…
  • Finally: Smashing Book #5 Is Here, And It’s Hot Like Smoking Barrels.

    Vitaly Friedman
    22 Jul 2015 | 7:51 am
      The waiting is over. Smashing Book #5 is here, it's smashing, and it's shipping worldwide — in fact, all pre-orders have just been dispatched. Think of it as a reliable playbook to master all the tricky hurdles of responsive design, well-tested in real-life projects by respected designers and developers. Ah, sure, you can get the book right away. Now, a standalone release post would be boring and predictable, so how about bringing another perspective to the magazine instead? Below you'll find some insights about the writing process by one of the authors of the book, Sara…
  • How To Moderate Effectively In Usability Research

    Colleen Roller
    21 Jul 2015 | 6:24 am
      As UX professionals, we know the value of conducting usability research. But UX research initiatives — even when designed well — are not perfect. A lab study to test a website, for example, would never perfectly capture a user’s actual behavior in the wild. This is because, inevitably, the research protocol itself will influence the findings. A lab environment can never replicate the natural environment of the participant, and the mere presence of a research facilitator or moderator creates a dimension of artificiality that can thwart the research goals. They must…
  • Smarter Grids With Sass And Susy

    Michelle Barker
    20 Jul 2015 | 6:46 am
      If you’re a designer, you’ll know that grids are your friends. More often than not, they’re the vital architecture that holds a beautiful design together; they create rhythm, structure your page, lead the eye, and prevent the whole thing collapsing in a sloppy mess. I’m a firm advocate for designing with the browser: prototyping with HTML and CSS has many clear advantages over static Photoshop comps, which have less value for the responsive web. Unfortunately, HTML, CSS and grids aren’t natural bedfellows: the progression of web standards over the years has been lacking…
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    Official jQuery Blog

  • jQuery 3.0 and jQuery Compat 3.0 Alpha Versions Released

    Timmy Willison
    13 Jul 2015 | 4:11 pm
    It’s been a long time since we did a major release, and you certainly deserve one. So we’re glad to announce the first alpha of jQuery 3.0! Despite the 3.0 version number, we anticipate that these releases shouldn’t be too much trouble when it comes to upgrading existing code. Yes, there are a few breaking changes that justified the major version bump, but we’re hopeful these breakages don’t actually affect that many people. The jQuery Migrate plugin can help you to identify compatibility issues in your code as well. Your feedback on the changes in this alpha…
  • jQuery 1.11.3 and 2.1.4 Released – iOS Fail-Safe Edition

    Timmy Willison
    28 Apr 2015 | 10:24 am
    Here we are again. It’s too late for April Fools, so you can believe us when we tell you that we have two new patch releases for you: jQuery 1.11.3 and 2.1.4. These releases include a hot-fix for a rare bug in iOS 8.2 and 8.3. This is the only change. As with 1.11.2 and 2.1.3, we do not anticipate any issues when upgrading. However, if you do encounter bugs in upgrading from the previous versions, please let us know. You can include these files directly from the jQuery CDN if you like, or copy them to your own local server. The 1.x branch includes support for IE 6/7/8 and the 2.x branch…
  • Announcing Globalize 1.0

    Rafael Xavier de Souza
    23 Apr 2015 | 4:00 am
    The jQuery Foundation is excited to announce the 1.0 release of the Globalize project, our internationalization (i18n) library. This release has been a long time coming and as Globalize picks up steam and gains more and more adoption every day, we are proud to finally announce the first stable release of this project. We could go on about the features and benefits of this latest release but we felt it was important that you hear it from the source. Below, Rafael Xavier, the lead for the Globalize project, details everything you need to know about the 1.0 release of Globalize and what is yet…
  • Announcing PEP 0.3.0

    Scott Gonzalez
    21 Apr 2015 | 10:17 am
    Today, we’re happy to announce the first release of PEP (jQuery Foundation’s Pointer Events polyfill) since Google transferred the Pointer Events polyfill to the jQuery Foundation. There’s more work to do in order to address changes to the Pointer Events specification and flesh out our test suite, but you can start using Pointer Events in your projects today! Other projects, like jQuery UI, jQuery Mobile, and Dojo are in the process of switching to Pointer Events with PEP. To celebrate our first release, Alex Schmitz built a little demo which he used to show PEP working on…
  • Come help the jQuery Foundation

    Aurelio De Rosa
    25 Mar 2015 | 10:44 am
    For many years now the jQuery team first, and then the jQuery Foundation as an organization, has helped developers all over the world to write simple, concise, and clean code that isn’t affected by all the browser incompatibilities that developers are well-accustomed to. As you know, all the jQuery Foundation projects are maintained by a group of volunteers who keep the libraries relevant and in line with modern browser APIs and issues. The team also keeps the API documentation and educational guides up to date. In the next few months, the team will work on the several jQuery-related…
 
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    The Dojo Toolkit Blog

  • Dojo Recap – Week Ending July 24, 2015

    Dylan Schiemann
    27 Jul 2015 | 1:36 pm
    Last week we made a few fixes in the Dojo 1.x codebase, and further progress towards Dojo 2. Let us know if you would like to get involved! Last week in Dojo 1.x Last week we fixed the following issues in Dojo 1.x: Dijit Resolve scroll position issue in TabContainer (#18612) Util Fix 60s Closure compiler wait time for Windows users (#17105) Up next in Dojo 1.x We are starting to put together a release plan for 1.11, and updated point releases for earlier versions of Dojo. The main things we are considering for 1.11 are as follows: New flat theme Update build profiles to include new themes…
  • Dojo Recap – Week Ending July 17, 2015

    Dylan Schiemann
    20 Jul 2015 | 12:36 pm
    Last week we made a number of fixes in the Dojo 1.x codebase, and also some progress towards Dojo 2. Let us know if you would like to get involved! Last week in Dojo 1.x Last week we fixed a few issues with Dojo 1.x: Dojo Cache results of _getGregorianBundle() (#18629) Reverse the order of locales merging during layer preload (#18497) Add respository field to package.json across all Dojo packages so npm doesn’t complain (#18640) This week in Dojo 1.x This week we continue to review and refine the flat theme for Dojo 1.11, and land additional stability fixes in preparation for the 1.11…
  • Dojo Recap – Week Ending July 10, 2015

    Dylan Schiemann
    13 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    Last week we made progress on several features for Dojo 2! Thanks for helping us get a few steps closer to Dojo 2, it would not be possible without your help. Let us know if you would like to get involved! Last week in Dojo 1.x Last week we fixed one issue with Dojo 1.x: Dojo Prevent aspect.before/after errors after removing handles (#18637) This fix was an interesting one in that it was an issue when you had multiple aspect calls connected together, and then started removing them. We’re a little surprised that no one had reported this issue previously! This week in Dojo 1.x This week…
  • Dojo Recap – Week Ending July 3, 2015

    Dylan Schiemann
    6 Jul 2015 | 9:20 am
    Last week we made progress on several features for Dojo 2! Thanks for helping us get a few steps closer to Dojo 2, it would not be possible without your help. Let us know if you would like to get involved! Last week in Dojo 1.x Last week a number of refinements and small bug fixes were made to Dojo, Dijit, and DojoX: Dojo Allow on/asyncEventListener to work within Node and Android (#18608) Dijit Optimize rendering TimePicker items (#7631) Keep Dialog within viewport when viewport shrunk (#18618) DojoX Use this.ownerDocument within dojox/widget/Toaster (#18619) Email and domain validator needs…
  • Dojo Recap – Week Ending June 26, 2015

    Dylan Schiemann
    2 Jul 2015 | 9:29 am
    With summer holidays and travel plans, progress is a bit slower this time of year, but we still continued making some progress last week on Dojo 2! Thanks for your help, we greatly appreciate it. Let us know if you would like to get involved! Dojo 1.x This past week we landed a few stability fixes to Dijit. dijit/Editor view source plugin stability improvements dijit/Tree aria role fix Keep dijit/Dialog within viewport when shrinking viewport Progress was also made on the Dojo 1.11 flat theme. Last week in Dojo 2 Our current focus is on the packages in Dojo 2 platform. Last week we made…
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    DHTMLX Blog

  • dhtmlxSuite 4.4 with Support of MS Edge and Updated Skin Builder

    Ivan (DHTMLX team)
    23 Jul 2015 | 3:22 am
    The testing of recently released beta version hasn’t shown any problems, so today we’re glad to present an official release of dhtmlxSuite 4.4. Since last update that was a month ago, we haven’t added any new features, but set another goal – prepare the library for a new browser, Microsoft Edge, that will be released in a week as a part of Windows 10. Anyway, we’ve fixed the known bugs and made some performance improvements. Full what’s new list can be found here. New Features in Skin Builder DHTMLX Skin Builder is an online tool for creating a custom skin…
  • dhtmlxGantt 3.3: Auto scheduling, Fullscreen Mode and More

    Ivan (DHTMLX team)
    22 Jul 2015 | 7:29 am
    Good news! The users of our JavaScript Gantt Chart may update their library to the version 3.3. What did this update bring to you? Surely, some fixes and improvements, but the coolest thing is that the component has obtained even more powerful features and extended abilities. Note: the votes here are very important for us at the stage of planning the update. Auto Scheduling New update introduces the dependency scheduling feature. Now the tasks can be scheduled automatically based on dependency links between them. For example, if you have task A and task B and Finish to Start relation between…
  • DHTMLX Suite 4.4 Beta is Available

    Ivan (DHTMLX team)
    15 Jul 2015 | 2:55 am
    In just two weeks Microsoft releases Windows 10 with a new browser, Microsoft Edge. We’ve spent much time to prepare our JavaScript library for this update. And we’re happy to inform you that the final tests have shown that DHTMLX is ready! If you want to test dhtmlxSuite 4.4 Beta, you may download the Standard package here. To get the PRO Edition, please send us an email to support@dhtmlx.com Apart from MS Edge support, the update also contains fixes and small improvements. Tweet
  • dhtmlxSuite 4.3: Carousel, Sidebar with Bubbles, Range Slider and More

    Ivan (DHTMLX team)
    23 Jun 2015 | 2:12 am
    We’re happy to inform you that dhtmlxSuite is updated to the version 4.3! The new version introduces new UI widget – JavaScript Carousel, several significant new features in existing components, and also general improvements and bug fixes. Now let’s look at these updates one by one. JavaScript Carousel Component The list of UI controls in Suite library is expanded by dhtmlxCarousel, a JavaScript widget for creating carousel for sliding any kind of content you add in cells – it can be images, text, grids, trees, etc. dhtmlxCarousel allows switching cells with the help…
  • How to Use dhtmlxScheduler in MeteorJS Based Apps

    Ivan (DHTMLX team)
    17 Jun 2015 | 6:11 am
    We’ve already described how to integrate dhtmlxGantt with Meteor Framework, and this time we’ll share quite similar instructions on how to use our JavaScript Event Calendar with MeteorJS. For those who didn’t meet and work with MeteorJS earlier, we remind that it’s an open-source real-time JavaScript web application framework written on top of Node.js. The coolest thing about it is the ability to automatically transfer data changes to clients in real-time without requiring the developer to write any synchronization code. Our Aim and Benefits Based in the given…
 
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    ②ality – JavaScript and more

  • What do ES6 modules export?

    Axel Rauschmayer
    23 Jul 2015 | 8:30 am
    CommonJS modules export values, while ES6 modules export immutable bindings. This blog post explains what that means. You should be loosely familiar with ES6 modules. If you aren’t, you can consult the chapter on modules in “Exploring ES6”. CommonJS modules export valuesWith CommonJS (Node.js) modules, things work in relatively familiar ways. If you import a value into a variable, the value is copied twice: once when it is exported (line A) and once it is imported (line B). //------ lib.js ------ var mutableValue = 3; function incMutableValue() { mutableValue++; } module.exports = {…
  • What are your favorite JavaScript ES6 features?

    Axel Rauschmayer
    20 Jul 2015 | 4:36 pm
    I’ve created a survey to find out what ES6 (a.k.a. ECMAScript 2015) features people like most: Submit your answer via a form Responses I previously asked the same question on Twitter and one feature stood out: Classes were the only feature that some people disliked, but they were also liked by a few people (I cover their pros and cons in “Exploring ES6”). On Twitter, the top 10 most liked features were: Arrow functions Modules Destructuring Generators Promises Template literals Spread operator New object literal features (including method definitions) let and const Rest parameters
  • Tail call optimization in ECMAScript 6

    Axel Rauschmayer
    30 Jun 2015 | 4:19 am
    ECMAScript 6 offers tail call optimization, where you can make some function calls without growing the call stack. This blog post explains how that works and what benefits it brings. What is tail call optimization?To understand what tail call optimization (TCO) is, we will examine the following piece of code. I’ll first explain how it is executed without TCO and then with TCO. function id(x) { return x; // (A) } function f(a) { let b = a + 1; return id(b); // (B) } console.log(f(2)); // (C) Normal executionLet’s assume there is a JavaScript engine that manages function calls by storing…
  • WebAssembly: a binary format for the web

    Axel Rauschmayer
    18 Jun 2015 | 5:32 am
    Updates: [2015-07-02] New material in these sections: How do I create WebAssembly code? First experiences in practice Further reading [2015-06-24] I added an FAQ with three new questions: Does the web finally have a universal bytecode? Isn’t WebAssembly like Flash? Will WebAssembly make JavaScript faster? WebAssembly (short: wasm) is a new binary format for the web, created by Google, Microsoft, Mozilla and others. It will be used for performance critical code and to compile languages other than JavaScript (especially C/C++) to the web platform. It can be seen as a next step for asm.js [3].
  • Announcing “Exploring ES6”

    Axel Rauschmayer
    13 Jun 2015 | 12:57 am
    I’m glad to announce that the first version of my book “Exploring ES6” is finally finished! It was much more work than I anticipated – the PDF has over 460 pages! I’m really happy with how it turned out. The complete contents of the book are available online, for free. The ebook version (PDF, EPUB, MOBI) costs about $30 (depending on the VAT in your country, you can pay more to support my work). Exploring ES6 is a living book: you can buy it now and will receive free updates until it is completely done. That may take a while, possibly until 2016. Once the book is done, there will…
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    Blogs - .Net

  • Telerik Web UI products now support VS 2015 RTM

    Stefan Rahnev
    24 Jul 2015 | 6:30 am
    In the beginning of this week, <a href="https://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/released-today-visual-studio-2015-asp-net-4-6-asp-net-5-ef-7-previews" target="_blank">Microsoft announced</a> the official versions of .NET 4.6 and Visual Studio 2015 RTM, as well as the new previews of ASP.NET 5 (Full and Core runtimes), ASP.NET MVC 6 (Beta5) and Entity Framework 7. These announcements mark a major milestone for the .NET dev community, and make the evolution of the .NET framework even more exciting for developers, going beyond the Windows world with the .NET Core…
  • Telerik .NET Products Ready for Visual Studio 2015 RTM

    Hristo Maradjiev
    23 Jul 2015 | 12:16 pm
    It has been a couple of days since Microsoft announced the latest Visual Studio 2015 RTM edition, which tremendously increases the productivity of developers by adding more tools for mobile development, more advanced debugging and diagnostics and more powerful .NET framework, to mention a few. <br /> <br /> We are very excited to announce that all Telerik .NET UI tools and components are fully operational in Visual Studio 2015. If you already own any of the Telerik .NET products, please download the latest Q2 2015 release (from <a…
  • An Excel-Like Experience with Web Apps

    Rumen Jekov
    23 Jul 2015 | 8:02 am
    <p>In May this year, we <a href="http://www.telerik.com/blogs/telerik-spreadsheet-solution-for-web-coming-later-this-year!">first revealed our plans</a> to build a new Excel-like UI component that we intentionally called Spreadsheet. It will bring a true Excel experience to your web applications by letting you apply formulas, use Excel-like navigation, format cells and import/export data, and benefit from all the fundamental behaviors you are used to when working with Microsoft Excel. At the same time, you will enjoy superior performance and responsiveness as if…
  • Public and More Useful Documentation for ASP.NET AJAX

    Rumen Jekov
    22 Jul 2015 | 10:48 am
    <p>Documentation is often&nbsp;as important as a product itself. For example without having a good manual, ​you might experience not only difficulties to learn how to use something, but also miss some important functionality or setting that could simplify your life as a developer. </p> <p>Regarding this, we recently released an entirely new, rebranded and nice looking version of the <a href="http://docs.telerik.com/devtools/aspnet-ajax/introduction">Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX documentation</a> that offers the following improvements:</p>…
  • What’s Coming in Q3 2015 for UI for WPF and UI for Silverlight

    Hristo Maradjiev
    20 Jul 2015 | 8:52 am
    After each release, we gather to discuss all the feedback we have on our products ​that has come through different channels&ndash;forums, support tickets, product surveys, clients&rsquo; interviews​ and so on. Many times it is hard to prioritize everything, and is even harder to get everything done in one release. That is why we are careful when planning and even more careful when we share our roadmap with the clients. For our next official release, we have planned more cool controls and new features. In Q3 2015 we will ship the official version of…
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