Last Update: 26-05-2016
The C-style for loop was deprecated in Swift 2.2, leaving only the for in option available. From Xcode 7.3.1 you will get a warning message if you create a loop with a C-style for (e.g., for var counter = 0; counter < 5; counter++). These loops will work until Swift 3.0 is introduc...
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Last Update: 26-05-2016
The string-type selectors were deprecated in Swift 2.2. From Xcode 7.3.1 you will get a warning message if you define a selector using just a string (e.g., addTarget(self, action: "showCounter:", forControlEvents: .TouchUpInside)). These selectors will work until Swift 3.0 is int...
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Last Update: 14-06-2016
The <iframe> element loads another document inside the current document. The element includes an opening and a closing tag (<iframe> and </iframe>) and several attributes for configuration.   src - This attribute defines the URL of the document to be loaded insi...
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Last Update: 14-06-2016
The <canvas> element creates a surface or area in the document to display graphics. The element includes an opening and a closing tag (<canvas> and </canvas>) and the following attributes to define the size of the area.   width - This attribute sets the area's width. heig...
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Last Update: 14-06-2016
The <datalist> element is used to create a list of pre-defined values. The list is later associated to an <input> element through the list attribute to give the user a list of values to choose from. This element works along with the <option> element to define each option on th...
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Last Update: 06-06-2016
The <strong> element marks the text it contains as important. By default, browsers show its content in bold, but the styles can be changed from CSS. The element is composed by an opening and a closing tag (<strong> and </strong>) and don't have any attributes of its&...
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Last Update: 14-06-2016
HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is a markup language composed by a set of tags that organize and declare a purpose for the content of the document. These tags are keywords surrounded by angle brackets (e.g., <html>). They may include attributes (e.g., <html lang="en">) and be accom...
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Last Update: 14-06-2016
The <fieldset> and <legend> elements are used to group controls together. The <fieldset> element groups the form elements and the <legend> element provides the label (caption) for the group. The <fieldset> element includes the following attributes for configur...
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Last Update: 14-06-2016
The <output> element is used to show the result produced by a form. The element includes opening and closing tags to enclose the result (<output> and </output>) and a few attributes for configuration.   name - This attribute assigns a name to the element that can be ...
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Last Update: 14-06-2016
The <button> element creates a generic button. The element includes an opening and a closing tag (<button> and </button>) and several attributes for configuration. The following are the most frequently used.   name - This attribute assigns a name to the element that can b...
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