I had this strange issue earlier today where I could not log into windows azure portal. The error message was irritating and yet funny and the site kept saying "you cannot login to the windows azure as you have logged out from somewhere else" and then "clock OK to log out". However, when log out button is clicked it takes some time and then eventually it comes back with the message that it cannot sign me out of windows azure portal.
April 30, 2014
January 11, 2014
Few days back, while I was at work, I found that my computer running slow. I quickly checked the task manager and found that I was running out of memory. That was a bit strange as I have 8GB of memory. Anyways, what I found is there were lot of processes running from Google Chrome that was killing it. Basically, each of the tab is a process and there is no way to add up the full memory usage in Task Manager. So, I did something silly and add up the memory from each of the processes in the calculator. But that's silly!
January 8, 2014
So, how does html import work? Well, it does not work in most browsers. In fact, it only works in Chrome 31+ when "html imports" is turned on. It is important to note that it is a standard mentioned in W3C so the feature might become common in other browsers. So, how do I write the import code snippet. Here's how.
As you can see, it's similar to css import except the rel attribute value is now import. So, as a next step, I ran the page in the Chrome browser and it does not do anything. Oh, I need to turn on the html import feature first. To do so, I went to chrome://flags/#enable-html-imports and clicked on enabled and fingers crossed.