CSS Selectors and Pseudo Selectors and browser support This page has not been updated for some time and some of the browser versions are obsolete - I'm working on a better format for the page, so check back every now and then :) The following is a range of CSS tests of the most common browsers' support for selectors and pseudo selectors. The tests includes basic stuff from the good old days of CSS1 and funky stuff from the future (CSS3). If you feel like reading more about the selectors and which attributes they support, the W3C is the place to go! If you spot any errors (it happens to us all...) or have any comments, I'm on Twitter as @overflowhidden. Click here to see this page's history.
How to Develop Android Apps Online Course Lesson 1: Create Project Sunshine with a Simple UI (5-8 hrs) Start by installing Android Studio, you’ll create your first project with a simple list-based user interface. You'll then build and deploy it to virtual and actual devices. You’ll also discover what makes mobile - and Android in particular - a unique environment for app development. 240 Free Kitchen / Restaurant Icons If you’re right in the middle of a design project that involves cooking – in any shape or form – then we can surely give you a hand with that. Where by “hand,” I mean a set of high-quality icons you can use right away. And the one we have for you today is among the largest we’ve shared so far. That’s probably because there are just so many different things and items that come to mind when the topic of cooking is mentioned.
achartengine - Charting library for Android AChartEngine is a charting library for Android applications. It currently supports the following chart types: line chart area chart scatter chart time chart bar chart pie chart bubble chart doughnut chart range (high-low) bar chart dial chart / gauge combined (any combination of line, cubic line, scatter, bar, range bar, bubble) chart cubic line chart All the above supported chart types can contain multiple series, can be displayed with the X axis horizontally (default) or vertically and support many other custom features. The charts can be built as a view that can be added to a view group or as an intent, such as it can be used to start an activity. The model and the graphing code is well optimized such as it can handle and display huge number of values.
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How to Post on Social Media to Gain Popularity Social media is a mysterious and multifaceted beast. Much like the Internet, the social media landscape evolves at a dizzying pace, making it very difficult indeed to keep up with the numerous changes and new platforms that crop up left, right and center. Especially if you aren’t a social media strategist by trade, and you’re simply trying to navigate the murky waters of digital marketing to, say, promote your personal blog posts or make sure your Facebook status gets seen by as many eyeballs as possible. It isn’t easy, of course.
Microsoft's PowerBI Features Interaction by Jonathan Howell It's my first week here at Microsoft and I'm excited to share some of the stuff I've already had the chance to be working on this week :) Here's a look at a simple interaction for the tour of the features page for PowerBI, I wanted to stay away from the more commonly used long scrolling features pages as I feel trying to remember each feature as you scroll down the page is a bit daunting versus having each feature listed on a carousel with an overhead view and/or navigation for an easy and memorable experience for touring the features of PowerBI. Please note that under each of the sections is simply dummy content :) I also would like to give a shoutout to my awesome team members @Bethany Heck and @Janet Lurssen for the smooth transition into the PowerBI team! Made by the Microsoft Power BI Design Studio
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