What are Data URLs?

A Data URL is a URI scheme that provides a way to inline data in a document, and it’s commonly used to embed images in HTML and CSS. Data URLs are a form of Uniform Resource Locators, although they do not in fact remotely locate anything. Instead, the resource data is contained within the URL string itself as a base64-encoded string. This saves the browser from having to make additional HTTP requests for the external resources, and can thus increase page loading speed. Read More …

Javascript / jQuery – Validation of file size while uploading

The following is a demonstration of client-side validation and is implemented to provide a nice user experience. In some cases, client-side validation is a much better method in comparison to the server-side method as it consumes less time. Read More …

Nginx – Configuring Reverse Proxy

A reverse proxy is an in-the-middle proxy service which takes a client request, passes it on to one or more servers, and subsequently delivers the server’s response to the client: basically the communication will be only between the proxy and the client, there will be no direct traffic between these two endpoints. Read More …

Tipografia Responsive (HTML)

La stragrande maggioranza degli articoli che trattano di Responsive Web Design, sono focalizzati su due aree principali: layout e griglie Read More …