- Mozilla Gecko Driver
Proxy for using W3C WebDriver-compatible clients to interact with Gecko-based browsers. Use it with Selenium for automated setting.
- jQuery API Documentation for :last-child Selector
While :last matches only a single element, :last-child can match more than one: one for each parent.
- jQuery API Documentation for .clone()
The .clone() method performs a deep copy of the set of matched elements, meaning that it copies the matched elements as well as all of their descendant elements and text nodes.
- How to Create Infinite Scroll Pagination
This is one way to improve the user experience on a website, but if you do it wrong, it can give a bad experience too. If you're going to implement this type of pagination, make sure you don't include important links at the bottom of the page.
Converts the given string cron expression into a pretty, human-readable, English description of what it means. If the string is not a valid cron expression, or it includes features not currently supported, it is returned as-is.
croniter is a python module to provide iteration for datetime object.
- jQuery when/then (also when/done) not waiting
$.ajax() returns a Promise. $.when() takes a collection of Promises, and returns a promise that completes when all the input promises complete .then() is a method on Promise (in this case, the wrapper Promise that when() created) that calls it's first function arg when the promise resolves with success.
- Using passing response value from one jQuery AJAX call to another function
You can wrap an AJAX request in jQuery with a function and chain it to a second function using the then() method. This pattern in the answer promises away to have a DRY style of programming creating a multi use wrapper for AJAX requests made to other resources.
- Grunt watch error - Waiting…Fatal error: watch ENOSPC
Why do I get the Waiting... Fatal error: watch ENOSPC when I run the watch task for Grunt? How do I solve this issue?
- How to make simple endpoints with Django using Restless
Most of all Django tutorials teach us how to return HTML as response to a request. Sometimes, it is useful to make it a little more RESTful. One option is to use Django REST Framework but sometimes you need something a little bit simpler. Then you have Restless. Restless is a miniframework made by Daniel Lindsley based on what he learned by making Tastypie and some other REST libraries.