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Scraping Pages in Node.js

in scripting, node.js, javascript, JQuery, Internet | August 18, 2016

Scraping Pages in Node.js

Node with cUrl and jQuery? It sounds strange to talk about cUrl in the context of a Node server and even stranger to talk about jQuery in the context of backend, but bear with me here as I explain how to set up a fast node structure to comfortably apply your jQuery skills to backend scraping of with Node. First, to get page contents we will...

Top jQuery (and vanilla js) Parallax Plugins

in Free Software, Mobile-friendly, Web Design, Internet, jQuery, Plugins | August 2, 2016

Top jQuery (and vanilla js) Parallax Plugins

When done right, parallax scrolling images can add nice depth to your website or webapp. When done wrong, it can be another distracting animated effect that detracts from the page and causes your users to bounce to competitors. The difference could likely be finding the right plugin that gives you the control and tools to dial your effect in perfectly to match your implementation without...

Clever CSS for Mobile Websites With No Compromise

in CSS, JQuery, iPhone, Android, Mobile-friendly, Web Design | February 9, 2016

Clever CSS for Mobile Websites With No Compromise

It is no secret that contemporary CSS is a web developer’s greatest ally in the process of developing a cross-platform compatible, mobile friendly website. Here at Mission Bay Media, we know that mobile users--people browsing from phones and tablets--make up a large and ever-growing chunk of almost any site’s traffic, so we strive to use nothing but the best techniques to ensure sleek websites that...

HTML5 Video Background Elements & Testing

in Video, HTML5, JQuery, Web Design | August 19, 2015

HTML5 Video Background Elements & Testing

With advancing technology in processors, wifi and video encoding, it has recently become feasible for web developers to start to embedding rich video content as elements in web pages. A few major corporate websites (PayPal, for example) have recently introduced video background elements via HTML5 on their homepages. While building our homepage’s main slider, we decided to embrace the futuristic tech and build a...

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