Build Google Chrome Extensions in Visual Studio [feedly]

A fantastic helper for building chrome extensions. Worth a look.     Shared via feedly // published on .NET Slave // visit site Build Google Chrome Extensions in Visual Studio A little while back, Sayed Hashimi and I built the Web Developer Checklist Chrome extension as a companion for the website webdevchecklist.com. We built the extension in Visual Studio and quickly realized that we could optimize the development experience substantially by tweaking the build process...

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The World’s Simplest HTML5 WYSISYG Inline Editor [feedly]

I had one of these. cross browser wasn't fun for pasting content at cursor...     Shared via feedly // published on A List Apart: The Full Feed // visit site The World's Simplest HTML5 WYSISYG Inline Editor » The World's Simplest HTML5 WYSISYG Inline EditorAll it takes is contenteditable, execCommand, and 14 lines of JavaScript. (The demo uses Bootstrap and jQuery, but they can easily be done without.) ℅ @chriscoyier Visit website Sent via...

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Why Chromecast is no replacement for Apple TV...yet! [feedly]

   The main reason for me is I cannot get hold of one for that price in the UK.   Shared via feedly // published on iMore - The #1 iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch blog // visit site Why Chromecast is no replacement for Apple TV...yet! Google Chromecast might well be an exciting new product, and it might well only cost $35, but there's still some inherent let downs and frustrations for early adopters....

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The app55 API: Turning Britain, and the World, into a Nation of E-Shopkeepers [feedly]

   Mobile payments used to be difficult difficult lemon difficult.   Shared via feedly // published on ProgrammableWeb // visit site The app55 API: Turning Britain, and the World, into a Nation of E-Shopkeepers The app55 API lets online and bricks and mortar merchants in the UK take payments from customers on any device, on websites designed and controlled by the retailer. app55 joins 362 payment APIs in our directory. In addition to offering one click,...

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The one key component of all great blog posts [feedly]

    Shared via feedly // published on passle – free research, content marketing and business blogging tool // visit site The one key component of all great blog posts We've written a few articles recently about snackable content and micro-blogging, and how you don't always need to be writing long articles anymore. Content marketing is changing, reflecting the changing ways we find, take in and engage with information. Because of this, business blogging is...

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