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Angular.js does an excellent job on preventing a form submission when invalid but only if the action attribute is not present, otherwise we have to implement a few tricks to achieve the same behaviour.
Recently I’ve been dealing with a page containing a stripe pattern as following:
I was working on a new project that uses a highly customised select; as you might know CSS and <select> doesn’t work well together. In fact only a small subset of the CSS properties are accepted by a <select> element and, even worse, this subset vary from one browser to another.
I spent part of the last weekend on this experiment that startet with a question: it is possible to convert a video to a stream of CSS properties ? Surprisingly the answer is yes. We can dump each video frame to a canvas and then create a special (and very long) multiple background property (one background for each video row) where each pixel is created using a 1px size gradient.