On 21st of June, the jQuery drag event plugin with iPhone (iOS) touch support was released. It has helped to add touch-based drag functionality to many existing web applications using the jQuery drag plugin. A minor update is released for this plugin that fixes the possibility of lack of touch-drag functionality on certain touch devices. Continue reading Minor Bug Fix to jQuery Touch Drag Plugin
touchmove event and depend on native jQuery to do the rest.
Things turned out to be a bit trickier. After implementation, it struck us that with jQuery bound events,
event.pageX and other related mouse coordinate attributes would not work. Add to that, we were using the jQuery.event.drag plugin by ThreeDubsmedia to seal of the dirty job of drag-related coding.
Armed with the above two problems, we started to do what we thought would be the fastest solution – modify the jQuery.event.drag plugin for a graceful upscale!
In a nutshell, the change-log would read: (1) Windows Mobile 6.5 support, (2) Fullscreen text viewing and (3) Word count.
Updated Google Analytics jQuery plugin to version 2.0 and it now is the only jQuery plugin that supports full tracking API of Google. Apart from enhanced loading of
ga.js file, there is a lot more that users can now do with this plugin.
It is simply unbelievable how a small little incident such as not being able clear the printer queue, could spark off development of a software. And even more unbelievable is the fact that from design to release of the software it took just three hours (including website post)! Continue reading Released Print Service Manager 1.0
During my regular use of computers, I realized that there isn’t a good software that does simple repetitive actions on images. What I wanted to do is simple resizing of a set of images before I could upload them to Orkut or Facebook. I always ended up opening a huge image processing software to do the job. Even while using dedicated image management software like Picasa, I realized that for simple resizing of images I needed to perform a large number of steps.