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Staying Ahead with "Typeahead"

Staying Ahead with "Typeahead"

Twitter's Typeahead auto-complete typing app is gaining fans as the tool catches on among those of us who require a writing assistant. The app is a open source and can be accessed on GitHub and MIT License. Twitter's strategy to grow the app is by opening up the entire community to the very web developers who will incorporating the app into their web development projects. Community input is welcomed and necessary to move Typeahead forward in development.

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Webpage Speed That Gets Results

Webpage Speed That Gets Results

Internet users have no patience. Web site developers are tasked to engage a visitor in the blink of an eye. With the mouse firmly gripped, the inquisitive visitor is ready to pounce onto the  next site in a heartbeat if he doesn’t find what he's looking for or if he has to wait for slow page downloads. If this happens, chances are, you lost a potential  customer. That's why it is crucial to test page upload times on a regular basis. Page speed needs to be synchronized to the demands of other online services such as Google Search results, for example.

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Firefox and Firebug Create Developer Fire Power

Firefox and Firebug Create Developer Fire Power

Developers are enthusiastic over the new developers tools that are being introduced as a result of the collaboration between Firefox and Firebug. The partnership integrates a plethora of  great  tools into the Firefox equation. The new features permit the capability to edit, debug and monitor CSS, HTML, and JavaScript live in any web page. Firebug will act as your guide through the entire process. Best of all, help is always just a keystroke away at any time.

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Facebook Starts The Waiting List

Facebook Starts The Waiting List

When researching the new look and functionality for its flashy re-designed news feed, Facebook discovered a dichotomy between what users said in interviews and how they actually used the popular feature. It turns out that people often don't know what they like until they see it. This is evidenced by Samsung’s success with an oversized tablet that conventional wisdom deemed a DOA. With millions of the too-big tablets sold to date, Samsung is seeing its big risk end profitably.

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Big Changes With Google+...Literally

Big Changes With Google+...Literally

Millions of Google+ users are being met with a prompt that directs them to their Profile pages where they can significantly enlarge  their profile's photo. The new  photo size, 2120 pixel by 1192 pixel, offers users the opportunity to replace the current profile cover image to a more robust footprint. Google describes it as “room for your selection to shine.” Of all of the updates made to the

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