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http://appcropolis.com/blog/howto/jquery-mobile-popup/ Creating a Popup Widget in jQuery Mobile 1.2.0 is now easier than ever. To create a popup, just add the data-role="popup" attribute to  the popup contents, typically a DIV element. When invoking the Popup Widget from a link, an A tag, ... Categories: How-To, jQuery Mobile, Web Technology, Webclips

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Why 37signals Built Basecamp in HTML5?

http://appcropolis.com/blog/web-technology/37signals-built-basecamp-html5/ There are many reasons why building an HTML5 web application makes  sense for a lot of businesses. Whether is budget constrains, skill set, or a deep understanding of the different technologies available, everyone will face a crossroad ... Category: Web Technology