I was searching for a simple timepicker directive, much like the one used in Google Calendar, for one of my projects. I couldn’t find any, so I built my own. Angular Timepicker Demo This directive creates a simple dropdown style
As I continue my journey into the Angular world, I come across many new and awesome things. One very interesting thing Angular has got going for it is the use of scopes. Scope inheritance in Angular works very much like
I’ve recently started using AngularJS in a project I’m currently working on. So far, AngularJS has been great, and I’ve especially enjoyed building my own custom directives. Here’s one I’m using to determine the current display mode for responsive websites.
Just a quick heads up, my jQuery Cascading Dropdown plugin is now updated! Here’s a list of changes. Added onReady event that gets triggered when all dropdowns are fully initialised, including dynamically loaded dropdowns. Added onChange event that gets triggered
I’ve recently worked (and at the time of writing, still working) on a project that emphasises on the mobile user experience. Our client wanted a site that looks good and functions well on mobile devices, and works just as well
I’ve released the first version of my jQuery Tagz plugin. You can find it on my Github page via the link below: jQuery Tagz This plugin converts your standard HTML text input field into a tags list. The plugin will
Recently I’ve been working with a jQuery dropdown plugin called ddSlick Remablized, which is a plugin that allows you to have customised dropdowns on your page. However, after implementing it in one of my projects, I’ve discovered a bug in