remote debugging with android bridge

Remote debugging webpages on Android device pt.1

People always ask me why do i love Android so much. Here’s why, as a Web developer i find the web development and debug tools built into Google’s Chrome browser just plain amazing.

One of the features i love most is: remote debugging of web pages on your mobile phone. If you are a web developer you will have no doubt made use of the Google Chrome DevTools.

I am going to show you how to debug your web pages on your mobile phone via usb.

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ASP.net Client-side Validation

A couple of days ago, I faced a situation whereby I needed to add some form validation to an aspx page.

I had options of either JavaScript or ASP.net client side validation. JavaScript seemed like an easier solution…
<h5>Client-side JavaScript for form validation</h5>

<script language="javascript">
<!--
Function CheckForm(form)
{
 for(var intCtr = 0; intCtr <= (form.elements.length - 5); ++intCtr)
 {
 var temp = form.elements[intCtr];
 if(temp.type == "text" && temp.value == "")
 {
 alert("Please Enter All Information!");
 temp.focus();
 return false;
 }
 }
 return true;
}
//-->
</script>

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Responsive web design

Respnsive web design is here has been here for a while now. I have been actively researching an testing different templates and boilerplate systems and ths is what I have come up with. Zurb Foundation is clear front runner in my humble opinion, easy to learn, easy to use, easy Read more…

Show & hide content using jQuery

In this tutorial I will show you how to show and hide HTML content using just 6 lines of JavaScript code. feel the power! dependency jQuery. Here’s an example of what you are going to build: [button link=”http://www.jsfiddle.net/element01/RQfXY” size=”small” target=”self”]View working example[/button] The HTML The CSS The JavaScript