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Detecting touch events on window tablet for internet explorer

Detecting touch events on window tablet for internet explorer

With the large range of devices and browsers in the market today its very difficult to make your code compatible for all. We often come across one such device and browser where the code wont work. Recently while developing an edetailing application for window tablet we found out that the […]

May 14, 2017Read More
HTML5 Canvas Rotating Menu using KineticJS

HTML5 Canvas Rotating Menu using KineticJS

We have already seen how useful the KineticJS framework is for HTML5 Canvas is. With extension to that here we are creating a rotating menu for our canvas applications. The menu accepts simple parameters and is easy to customize according to your requirement. The menu can be tweaked for some basic […]

April 7, 2014Read More
KineticJS – HTML5 Canvas JavaScript Framework

KineticJS – HTML5 Canvas JavaScript Framework

A HTML5 Canvas JavaScript framework that enables high performance animations, transitions, node nesting, layering, filtering, caching, event handling for desktop and mobile applications. The working of KineticJS is based on layers. Each layer can contain shape, images or group of both. The implementation is similar to that of DOM Nodes. […]

March 5, 2014Read More
Get discussion board replies using JSOM

Get discussion board replies using JSOM

As we already know how to connect to SharePoint 2013 using JSOM. We will take this further to load replies of a discussion thread dynamically. Here we are retrieving replies body, date posted, poster name. Caml Queries are used to apply condition for retrieval list like row limit, descending/ascending order […]

December 9, 2013Read More
JavaScript object model (JSOM) in apps for SharePoint

JavaScript object model (JSOM) in apps for SharePoint

Recently I am involved in managing and creating few tools to be used with SharePoint site. This give me an opportunity to explore SharePoint API’s. The most easy to pick for me was JavaScript Object Model (JSOM) as I already know JavaScript the transition was bit smoother if not clean […]

December 5, 2013Read More