Stop annoying gmail calendar alerts without disabling them.

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Have you ever been deeply involved writing an email or replying to comments and then all of a sudden everything stops working? Or worse, have you ever looked up after writing a long chunk of code and see that none of your code was recorded?  Do you have a moment of instant rage trying to figure out what happened?

Then you realize that Gmail Calendar alerted you about an upcoming event and chrome has taken over because of this alert!
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HTML5 vs. Native Mobile Apps: Has the Battle Been Won?

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As new web standards emerge and the development process of mobile applications progresses, there has been much controversy over whether businesses should opt for native or HTML5 apps. Is the war finally over? You decide…

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When you strip down an HTML5 app, it is basically just a mobile website designed to work on a smaller screen (i.e. a smartphone or tablet). HTML5 apps are great because they are designed to work with any running system and on any device; however, this ...

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Adobe Switches Gears, Encourages Use of New Web Standards

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For some time now, rumors of the demise of Flash have been swirling around at tornado speed. A plethora of technical issues and security scares have made the plug-in a slow sinking ship. Is Adobe ready to give up on Flash player altogether? Not quite yet, but they are certainly entertaining new ideas.

In a recent announcement, Adobe renamed Flash Professional to Adobe Animate CC as part of January’s Creative Cloud update. It seems they have embraced new web standards, particularly ...

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