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PouchDB, the JavaScript Database that Syncs! Login for the Web Using the JavaScript SDK. If people using your app aren't logged into your app or not logged into Facebook, you can use the Login dialog to prompt them to do both.

Login for the Web Using the JavaScript SDK

Various versions of the dialog are shown below. If they aren't logged into Facebook, they'll first be prompted to log in and then move on to logging in to your app. The JavaScript SDK automatically detects this, so you don't need to do anything extra to enable this behavior. There are two ways to log someone in: Using the Login Button Including the Login Button into your page is easy.

Note that in the example at the start of this document, we use the onlogin attribute on the button to set up a JavaScript callback that checks the login status to see if the person logged in successfully: Platform. En ajoutant le bouton de connexion "Google+ Sign-In" sur votre site, vous bénéficiez de toute la puissance de Google.


Lorsqu'un utilisateur est connecté, vous recevez un jeton OAuth vous permettant de formuler des requêtes API en son nom. Ainsi, vous pouvez mieux cerner l'utilisateur, le connecter à ses amis et créer une expérience plus riche et intéressante. Vous pouvez également ajouter le bouton "Google+ Sign-In" à votre application Android ou iOS. La première fois qu'un utilisateur clique sur le bouton de connexion, une boîte de dialogue d'autorisation s'affiche. SweetAlert. A beautiful replacement for Javascript's "Alert" So...


What does it do? Here’s a comparison of a standard error message. The first one uses the built-in alert-function, while the second is using sweetAlert. Normal alert. Tablecloth.js. Marmelab/gremlins.js. Progress.js - Themeable progress bar library. Lazy.js - v0.3.2. Lazy.js it a utility library for JavaScript, similar to Underscore and Lo-Dash but with one important difference: lazy evaluation (also known as deferred execution).

Lazy.js - v0.3.2

This can translate to superior performance in many cases, especially when dealing with large arrays and/or "chaining" together multiple methods. For simple cases (map, filter, etc.) on small arrays, Lazy's performance should be similar to Underscore or Lo-Dash. The following chart illustrates the performance of Lazy.js versus Underscore and Lo-Dash for several common operations using arrays with 10 elements each on Chrome: You can see that the performance difference becomes much more significant for methods that don't require iterating an entire collection (e.g., indexOf, take) as the arrays get larger: Epoch by Fastly. AniJS, A Library to Raise your Web Design without Coding. Blast.js. Krasimir/bubble.js. Rivets.js — Lightweight and powerful data binding + templating solution for building modern web applications. Fade · Animsition · A simple and easy jQuery plugin for CSS animated page transitions.

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CSS + CSS3 Generator. Modules. Object.create() This article is in progress of being translated.


Présentation La fonction Object.create() crée un nouvel objet qui possède un prototype* et des propriétés. * (note du traducteur) Normalement un objet n'a pas de prototype ( mais il est relié au prototype de la fonction qui a servi à le construire ). Which HTML5 Canvas Javascript library should I use? - I’m looking for an HTML5 Canvas library which I could use to build an interactive and animated UI control.

Which HTML5 Canvas Javascript library should I use? -

So my requirements are essentially: well documented, supported and maintained library, because I want to be able to reuse it in later projects,easing the process of creating complex graphical objects (my control is going to be quite complex, a lot more than a simple button), if possible supporting groups and layers,helping me with the handling of user interactions,supporting touch devices,providing tools for animating the graphical content. I’ve searched for the appropriate library, so I will share with you the results of my search. After a list of most of the available libraries, I investigated the following shortlist of libraries: EaselJS, fabric.js, Paper.js, processing.js and Kinetic.js. I hope this can help you with your own choice! Found libraries Here is the list of what seems to be the main still-maintained Canvas libraries. The Github comparison The minified size comparison.


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