pa href=https://www.libravatar.orgLibravatar/a recently upgraded its support for the a href=https://login.persona.orgPersona/a authentication system (formerly BrowserID)./p
pHere are some notes on what was involved in migrating to the a href=http://identity.mozilla.com/post/28513408358/a-new-api-for-personaObserver API/a for those who want to do the same on their sites./p
h3 id=Moving_away_from_hidden_formsMoving away from hidden forms/h3
pLibravatar used to codePOST/code the user's assertion to the server-side verification code through a hidden HTML form, just like the a href=https://githu
I got an unlocked GSM Galaxy Nexus (GT-I9250) phone from Amazon a few months ago and I've been wondering why it was still sitting on Android 4.0.2 (Icecream Sandwich). Looking at "Settings | About phone | System updates" told me that my "system was currently up to date" despite the fact that most of my friends had been running 4.0.4 for a while on their Galaxy Nexus.
pI got an unlocked GSM a href=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galaxy_NexusGalaxy Nexus/a (GT-I9250) phone from Amazon a few months ago and I've been wondering why it was still sitting on Android 4.0.2 (Icecream Sandwich).
Localstorage is a particularly useful part of HTML 5 which allows websites to store small amounts of data inside a user's browser in a place that is only accessible to that site. In many ways, it's an extension of the idea behind cookies.
pa href=https://developer.mozilla.org/en/DOM/Storage#localStorageLocalstorage/a is a particularly useful part of HTML 5 which allows websites to store a href=http://dev-test.nemikor.com/web-storage/support-test/small amounts of data/a inside a user's browser in a place that is only accessible to that site.