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Anatomy of a Cordova application navigation system (part III): the side menu

Until now we have seen how to manage our views putting them within the Bootstrap carousel: this allows us, with the help of some plugin, to swipe our fingers to switch between views. Actually we have used a standard web image slider to build our app structure and get the swiping effect. In the second …

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Reset Windows 10 to factory settings: my personal adventure with ASUS X541UV

In this small article I want totell you my little adventure trying to reset Windows 10 in my ASUS notebook X541UV to its factory settings. Perhaps this story be not interesting for anyone but me, but if someone among you have got into this issue trying to reset Windows to factory settings, this article might …

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Anatomy of a Cordova application navigation system (part II): the top navigation bar

In this second part of the tutorial about the navigation system in a Cordova mobile application we’ll se how to create a fixed top bar which will allow our users an alternative way to navigate between main views. First of all we have to install material icons by Google. They are great icons to use …

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Anatomy of a Cordova application navigation system (part I): swiping gesture

Hey there! Wellcome to this tutorial about how to build a reliable and effective navigation system for a Cordova mobile application. The little app we’re going to build won’t do anything: no form submission, no database browsing nor picture’s uploading nor sharing functions. Absolutely nothing: its pages will be just empty blank pages, with only …

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