Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2013/10/03
If you (want to) do web-development with Chrome, then be sure to read the articles by Umar Hansa | Nettuts+.
At the time of writing, there were three articles centered around using Google Chrome as part of your developemt suite, and a few more on things like HTML 5 and CSS:
Besides the technical insight, I also very much like the writing style. Great job Umar!
via: Umar Hansa | Nettuts+.
Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2013/09/11
Thanks for StackOverflow user xordon for this answer:
This is current accepted way to link to a specific lat lon (rather than search for the nearest object).
- z is the zoom level (1-20)
- t is the map type (“m” map, “k” satellite, “h” hybrid, “p” terrain, “e” GoogleEarth)
- q is the search query, if it is prefixed by loc: then google assumes it is a lat lon separated by a +
via: What parameters should I use in a Google Maps URL to go to a lat-lon? – Stack Overflow.
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Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2013/05/09
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Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2013/01/24
Very distracting: 404.
Thanks Romain for developing it.
When you read through his java script code files, remember that these french-english translations:
- etat == state
- tombe == fall
- paraOpen == opened parachute
- mort == dead
- flocon == flake
- taille == size
- vitesse == speed
- écrase == crash
- marche == walk
- neige == snow
via: Développeur Web sur Lille (59), Romain Brasier.