How Required Form Attribute works in HTML 5-Easy tutorial 2017(killer tutorial)

lesson code: Definition and Usage The required attribute is a boolean attribute. When present, it specifies that an input field must be filled out before submitting the form. Note: The required attribute works with the following input types: text, search, url, tel, email, password, date pickers, number, checkbox, radio, and file. Below is the playlist of videos showing u step by step on different forms; https://

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11. Building Web Applications: Using IFrames In HTML To Display Other Pages | HTML For Beginners 🌐

In this video called Building Web Applications: Using IFrames To Display Other Pages In HTML, Steve discusses what IFrames are, how to use them, and how to target them for your links or anchor tags. After watching this video you will know what an IFrame element is, where you should put your IFrame tags, how to set the source attribute of an IFrame, and how to resize the IFrame to fit the page. This series will cover a variety of topics for a beginning web developer regarding web page development from the basic components of a web page with HTML, CSS, and Javascript, to how you can make your page responsive to the devices that render the page. These tutorials will help you become a front end developer. He’ll also discuss concepts such as AJAX, outside libraries such as JQuery, and some

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Kotlin By Example – Defining Functions

Hello World! In this video series, I take a pragmatic approach to teaching Kotlin by solving tasks using the language and in that process learning to use it and become better at it. This video explains how to define functions and pass parameters to them. It also touches on how to test functions in Kotlin. Kotlin is a general purpose, open source, statically typed β€œpragmatic” programming language for the JVM and Android that combines object-oriented and functional programming features. It is focused on interoperability, type safety, has a concise syntax and great tooling support. Check out these resources to learn more about Kotlin: https://kotlinlang.org/ https://kotlinlang.org/docs/tutorials… Github repository: https://github.com/PravSonawane/curlybraces-kotversity Git task t

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Kotlin By Example – Hello World! | Learn To Code In Kotlin

Hello World! In this video series, I take a pragmatic approach to teaching Kotlin by solving tasks using the language and in that process learning to use it and become better at it. This video explains how to create your first program in Kotlin. We look at the ‘main’ function and how to invoke it. We also look at the string interpolation feature of Kotlin which allows us to use variable values directly in strings. Kotlin is a general purpose, open source, statically typed β€œpragmatic” programming language for the JVM and Android that combines object-oriented and functional programming features. It is focused on interoperability, type safety, has a concise syntax and great tooling support. Check out these resources to learn more about Kotlin: https://kotlinlang.org/ https://kotlinla

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Adding Multiple Resources to Angular Scheduler

Learn how to add multiple resources to the Angular Scheduler and how the Angular Scheduler maintains the events of those multiple resources in a single layout. To learn how to create an Angular scheduler: https://youtu.be/dE_9t5HJ8rc To learn how to add appointments: https://youtu.be/z4n09yn1Jq0 In this video, see how to add single-level resources and their options to the Angular Scheduler. The resources are not grouped visually on the scheduler layout, rather they are assigned to the appointments and differentiated based on the colors assigned to each resource. Example for Angular Scheduler upholding events of multiple resources: https://ej2.syncfusion.com/angular/demos/#/material/schedule/resource Documentation: https://ej2.syncfusion.com/angular/documentation/schedule/resources/#sch

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35. (ASP.NET Core 1.0 & MVC) Using HTML Helpers To Create A Form

This Using HTML Helpers To Create A Form video is part of the ASP.NET Core 1.0 beginner programming tutorial course hosted by Steve Bishop, and covers using the HTML helper to create you form tags, labels, and inputs. The ASP.NET Core 1.0 beginner course is a free .NET tutorial series that helps beginning programmers learn the basics of ASP.NET Core 1.0. These free ASP.NET Core programming tutorials cover a variety of basic topics such as downloading and installing ASP.NET Core, setup and configuration of ASP.NET Core, the MVC architecture, Razor View engine, ASP.NET Identity, Entity Framework 7.0, and other topics. After watching this beginner series on ASP.NET Core 1.0, you should be able to create your own website or web application. Work Files Link: https://goo.gl/FTveLv Click Her

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41. (ASP.NET Core 1.0 & MVC) Tag Helpers

This Tag Helpers video is part of the ASP.NET Core 1.0 beginner programming tutorial course hosted by Steve Bishop, and covers the addition of Tag Helpers to your code in an ASP.NET Core MVC web application. You will learn how to import Tag Helpers into your views, and to use them in your views to make nicer looking code in your front end HMTL. The ASP.NET Core 1.0 beginner course is a free .NET tutorial series that helps beginning programmers learn the basics of ASP.NET Core 1.0. These free ASP.NET Core programming tutorials cover a variety of basic topics such as downloading and installing ASP.NET Core, setup and configuration of ASP.NET Core, the MVC architecture, Razor View engine, ASP.NET Identity, Entity Framework 7.0, and other topics. After watching this beginner series on ASP.N

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Bitcoin Cash Leads Crypto Rally, First Token on an Exchange, Giveaway Winners Announced and more!

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How to Label Custom Elements – A11ycasts #24

Custom Elements are a very cool new set of technologies that let developers define their own HTML tags. But when we create new elements, we need to make sure they include all of the same usability and accessibility affordances as the built-in tags. Today we’ll be talking about labeling, and how you can make sure your custom elements have a properly computed accessible name. The art of labeling: https://goo.gl/ZfjvRb How to enable accessibility inspection in the DevTools: https://goo.gl/aHybFr HowTo: Components on GitHub: https://goo.gl/mxz7kM HowTo: Components – Overview: https://goo.gl/zVGRo2 Pull request for howto-label on GitHub: https://goo.gl/vE8BWL Watch all A11ycasts episodes: https://goo.gl/06qEUW Subscribe to the Chrome Developers YouTube channel for updates on new episodes

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Part 41 – Adding Comments [How to Build a Blog with Laravel 5 Series]

How to Add comments for our Laravel Blog System. In this video we start the comment system so that users can fill out a comment form below each blog post to create a comment. That form is then submitted to our comment controller to add the comment into the database and associate it with our post. Coming Up: Styling Our Blog Comments — MORE FROM THIS SERIES — Previous Video [Part 40]: https://youtu.be/pR9frREjwDY Next Video [Part 41Β½]: https://youtu.be/0QvTHd0H22c Next video [Part 42]: Coming Soon Full Playlist for the “How to Build a Blog with Laravel” Series: https:// — FOLLOW ME — Subscribe for New Releases! Twitter – (ask me questions!) — QUESTIONS? — Leave a comment below

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