The browser back button has been a thorn in every web developers side since the early days of the web. HTML 5 storage offers us a unique way to avoid using AJAX to updated certain page elements in the event that the back button is pressed.
Persisting form field data between page loads
Maintaining the values in form fields between browser sessions has never been easier with HTML 5 Storage. It can go a long way towards enhancing the usability of your forms.
Browser based geolocation – the accuracy question
A simple method to GeoCode a large number of addresses with ColdFusion while respecting Google’s query limit.
Making the most of HTML 5 Web Storage
Pranking with Prototype
I want to start this post by saying that there really is no practical use for the information presented here. One could argue that it's…
Creating your own AJAX cache
If you've made AJAX calls before, you know that they are subject to client-side caching, as specified by the server. Of course, you can request…
Text to Lips – Put a Face on Speech Synthesis
Text to Speech is becoming not only more popular, but easier to implement. Android devices have a built in TTS library and tools like Emscripten…