Bits and tips

How to enable JavaScript in a browser
Written by Barbara CCreated on 07 May 2013Category: Useful stuff
JavaScript is a type of scripting language needed to access certain websites on the Internet.

Here is the procedure to enable to enable/disable the JavaScript execution in some popular browsers.

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MooTools Conference
Written by GarrickCreated on 18 April 2013Category: Feeds News
This year we’re thinking about getting everyone in the MooTools community together, in one place, for a weekend to meet up, chat, discuss, and have an all-around good time. That’s right, we’re trying to plan a MooTools Conference!

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Contributing to MooTools
Written by ArianCreated on 18 March 2013Category: Feeds News
Sometimes we get requests from people that want to contribute to MooTools. In this post I would like to give some pointers how one could help, but first I’ll tell how I got involved in the MooTools project.

It was late 2009, the MooTools Forge (plugin repository) was just released,

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MooTools 1.2.6 Released
Written by kentaromiuraCreated on 19 February 2013Category: Feeds News
This is a new maintenance release for the old 1.2 series. The new ECMAScript 6 specification has a proposal for

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Book Review: Découvrez MooTools – Un framework JavaScript pour des sites dynamiques et interactifs
Written by jpderyCreated on 04 December 2012Category: Feeds News
Until recently, French literature about MooTools was pretty much non-existent. Thanks to Xavier Lecomte, now there is a very good book about MooTools in your native tongue that will get you up to speed in no time.

Découvrez Mootools – Un framework JavaScript pour des sites dynamiques et interactifs (Discover

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Moobile 0.2 Released
Written by jpderyCreated on 03 November 2012Category: Feeds News
I’m very happy to present the latest version of Moobile . This release focuses on stability and building solid groundwork for the future. This includes, for instance…

iOS 6 Theme
The iOS theme has been updated to closely match the recent changes in iOS 6 for both iPhone and iPad.

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JavaScript Challenge #3: Review
Written by chrispCreated on 22 August 2012Category: Feeds News
The third JavaScript challenge showed us what it would be like to draw with canvas. The challenge was open ended, in so far as there were no restrictions as to what drawing technology could have been used, but everyone just went straight for canvas.

Arian Stolwijk – https://tinker.io/9d871/1

Arian impresses

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JavaScript Challenge #2: Review
Written by chrispCreated on 22 August 2012Category: Feeds News
The second JavaScript challenge was loads of fun! It seems the topic of game development creates interesting challenges and invited participation. Once again, there were many excellent entries but the following entries showcase something specific we want to point out…

Christop Pojer – https://tinker.io/66bb4/4 , https://tinker.io/c341c/8

Christoph’s example showcases a

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JavaScript Challenge #5 (Cows never forget)
Written by chrispCreated on 22 August 2012Category: Feeds News
The other day I was playing Fez when I was reminded of an old memory game I used to play where a sequence of colours are shown and the player has to repeat the sequence correctly to proceed. Players are shown increasingly long sequences or colours, stretching their memory to

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JavaScript Challenge #4 (Space, the final grassy gnoll)
Written by chrispCreated on 15 August 2012Category: Feeds News
Back in the old days, there was an operating system named after transparent, glass-filled wall apertures numbering in mid-90’s. This operating system was designed to run on computers with CRT screens, which actually needed software to upset the patterns of light they generated, called screensavers.

This operating system had just

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