Category: LottaTweets

Preventing vertical scrolling bounce of websites on iOS using JavaScript

May 23, 2012 | By | 4 Comments

I recently created a web site for reading Twitter called http://lottatweets.com.   As mentioned in an earlier blog post, the site uses CSS3 columns and scrolls horizontally.  If you use your iPad and access any websites, you’ll notice that if you pull down on the content, you can drag the top of the page down […]

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LottaTweets.com – web app for speed reading tweets

May 20, 2012 | By | 17 Comments

As a developer evangelist for Adobe, I use Twitter often to keep up with the latest trends, announcements, and more.  I’ve often been frustrated that the Twitter website and twitter apps all use one column that takes advantage of only about 1/9th of my large monitor.  I’ve been looking for a good project to beef […]

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