In my last post, jQuery Deferred Object – Your New Best Friend, I gave a quick overview of what a deferred object is and how to use it. This time let’s go a bit deeper and explore creating your own deferred object for a much more practical use – asynchronous downloading and processing of audio files.One of […]Read more "jQuery Deferred Object – Creating Your Own"
Part 2 of this series is at: jQuery Deferred Object – Creating Your Own Here’s your scenario: you are creating the splash page for an HTML5 mobile game. While you are loading resources, you display a wait spinner and a text message. This all works well except for when people have really fast internet connections – […]Read more "jQuery Deferred Object – Your New Best Friend"
One of the challenges of writing a mobile web site is what to do if a user hits the site from a desktop? Of course, some will say that you should simply make the site responsive, able to look good regardless of the browse it is displayed on. But what if the site is a […]Read more "Mobile Device Detection and Redirection in Node+Express"