Notices tagged with javascript


  1. Bob Jonkman bobjonkman

    Do it the other way round: Display the 2FA box, but hide it if # detects no 2FA enabled. That way people who don't browse with Javascript can still access the box.

    about 23 days ago from
  2. Matthew Davidson mjd

    @tregeagle That's insane. I for one welcome our new # overlords. Browsers all the way down. In Soviet Russia programs execute emulators. No idea what any of that means. It's all a # fever dream. I have a # window permanently open, just in case.

    about a month ago from web in context
  3. fsf fsf

    Trapped by the #? Check out @rabimba's talk from # on freeing yourself from walled gardens with #

    about a month ago from
  4. strypey strypey

    @arunisaac I'm not convinced that all the new # stuff is the best way to do a # web, but good on # for building free code

    about 2 months ago from
  5. ziggys ziggys

    !gnusocial es sobre # y # La idea es que el usuario tenga el control de su red social y no al revés, que el contenido le pertenezca al usuario, que el servidor que ejecuta el # asegure la integridad de los datos del usuario

    about 4 months ago from in context
  6. jdoe jdoe

    La mayoria de los nodos !gnusocial no permiten conectar desde # y casi ninguno admite desactivar # ¿Donde queda la #?

    about 4 months ago from at 37°40'0"S 175°31'59"E in context
  7. Matthew Davidson mjd

    #: If your site doesn't work without #, it doesn't work.

    about 6 months ago from web
  8. mmn mmn

    It would be cool if someone implemented this for !GNUsocial - I tend to vomit when I touch # though.

    about 9 months ago from at 63°49'42"N 20°15'34"E
  9. Matthew Davidson mjd

    Ironically #'s 'Campaign against Mass Surveillance in the #' # requires a ton of # just to read it, including more data-mining services than I've ever seen on a single page.

    Friday, 11-Dec-15 15:34:09 AEDT from web
  10. Matthew Davidson mjd

    @panda We need to set up a charity: "Save the Feeds". Also a browser plugin that automatically redirects to a neatly-rendered # feed if available, to save us from the bewildering too-clever-by-half layouts and swooshy-swoopy # effects.

    Wednesday, 09-Dec-15 17:06:37 AEDT from web in context
  11. lnxw48 lnxw48

    A framework that does not work at all without # is simply broken. I've recently found that many such # sites work fine on my mobile (also JS-disabled) browser, so it isn't like it can't be done.

    Thursday, 03-Sep-15 01:02:28 AEST from in context
  12. Bob Jonkman bobjonkman

    # web pages (dependent on Javascript) don't work in secure browsers, don't work with accessibility devices, but most importantly, don't get indexed by search engines. It's that third point that usually convinces clients to avoid # dependencies.

    Thursday, 03-Sep-15 00:52:33 AEST from at 43°36'0"N 80°32'58"W in context
  13. Matthew Davidson mjd

    Was so impressed by the vim of # on my # with # blocked, I'm doing the same on my desktop computer. Highly recommend it. Tho' it's alarming how many sites require # to load the primary content of a page.

    Wednesday, 02-Sep-15 20:31:10 AEST from web in context
  14. Matthew Davidson mjd

    About a week into relying exclusively on my #, it finally occured to me to turn off # in # #, what a difference!

    Saturday, 18-Jul-15 19:51:08 AEST from web in context
  15. mk mk

    I've looked at a lot, but I've now ended up with three new editors/IDEs installed: 1) KDevelop (pretty powerful but also feels complicated), 2) Brackets (in principle for only HTML, CSS and JavaScript, but plugins add a lot of support for PHP), 3) Aptana Stud

    Wednesday, 10-Jun-15 20:17:15 AEST from
  16. mmn mmn

    I'm finally rewriting some of the # functions in !gnusocial. Making sure javascriptless functionality is preserved of course.
    Damn I hate Javascript. Even more than I hate PHP!

    Sunday, 08-Mar-15 22:41:38 AEDT from at 63°49'42"N 20°15'34"E
  17. lnxw48 lnxw48

    @zoowar @roland I can see where a parallel rewrite (in # / #? # / #? # / #? # / #?) could possibly benefit the project in the long run (ignoring deployment issues with all

    Saturday, 07-Mar-15 11:35:39 AEDT from in context
  18. boneidol boneidol "Verifiable Logs: Solving the Cryptocat problem" # !crypto

    Monday, 22-Dec-14 03:57:16 AEDT from
  19. Matthew Davidson mjd

    Again, I just love paywalls that depend on # Any reasonably smart 14 year old can defeat the combined intelligence of the New York Times' Web development team.

    Friday, 19-Sep-14 16:01:57 AEST from web
  20. ruben h tregeagle

    Wonder how long before someone builds a # clone in # and # #

    Thursday, 22-Aug-13 14:31:59 AEST from web at 30°19'36"S 153°6'8"E in context