There are about 200,000,000 Arabic speakers in this world, and many of them live in Western countries. How can they use Google in Arabic, and how can they write Arabic search terms into the search field?
Complex web applications often need a good graphical user interface including
menus and windows. Turboid supplements the standard GUI elements of HTML
like buttons and input fields with professional and highly customizable
features, which let your website look like an operating system.
Whoever works a lot with arrays in different ways will after some time
array treating functions. This is why this article introduces you
to the array functions provided by Turboid, which makes your
life with arrays much easier.
The automatic update from Firefox 10 to 11 may have brought a bad surprise to many developers whose codes relied on functions of instantiated objects reading their own function caller properties.
Anyhow, Turboid provides useful math and time functions which make
a developer's life little easier. In this article you find a bunch of such functions
and its descriptions.
analysing and manipulating string values. Yet there are some
useful functions existing in other languages which we don't find
There are three properties (arguments, arity, caller)
and no function for dealing with functions. This now is supplied by Turboid.
Want to save performance instead of using a chaos of dozens of separately working intervals?
A new Turboid function makes this possible. Every time you use it, you extend the interval by your new steps, which would be
executed by the same loop and at the same time as the other functions it has been extended
Modern complex client side web application can get extraordinary huge in terms of the size
Adding properties and functions to object prototypes interferes with for-in-loops - seemingly wrong results are found while going through a new array. This is why one is often advised to keep away from object and array prototype manipulation. But there is a simple way to reduce the problems.
Passing variables by reference seems to be impossible in the first moment. And in fact there is no standard
In the real world, changing temporarily the state of a toy car is simple: You give it a tap and it begins to move forwards and stops after a short while. If you want to keep it moving, you could give it a tap with the same force every time before it stops. Changing variables in the same way is not that simple - unless you use a certain Turboid function...