I’m tweaking a webapp for a client and he wants a button to copy some text to clipboard – mainly for mobile devices -.
This shit works!
On desktop browsers it works, on Chrome for Iphone, it selects the text inside the text-area and shows the native copy&past menu from the browser..
Today, on a work for a client, i’v found Bugsnag.
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Found this awesome tutorial of “How to create animated GIF images of a screencast” on AskUbuntu.com
Found Algolia the other day on https://cdnjs.com/.
Looks cool to try to look out it works…
They have a blog where they post some interesting articles about the service…
Moreover, Algolia is very easy to implement on your website as the company opted for a SaaS strategy. It means that you can implement the company’s search engine for database objects in just a few lines of code thanks to its hosted API, feed the service with JSON-formatted data, and customize it to your needs. After that, your users can start searching right away. They will interact with Algolia’s servers without ever leaving your site. With 12 different data centers across the world, Algolia tries to make the experience as responsive as possible for its users.
Some more readings
In Portugal we have a word similar to Algolia… and it isn’t good!
Continue reading algolia – hosted cloud search as a service
I’m working on a project that might have thousands of unique hits per minute – at least I hope -.
For it, i’m going to use mustache.js.
Found a AWESOME mustache.js tutorial for it.
HappyApps.io is a performance and uptime monitoring service, just like Pingdom.
I’v been using pingdom for years… since 2008 I guess…
Lets try HappyApps – their interface looks awesome.
Some screenshots taken from their home page….