Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.Arthur C. Clarke
“You can pull just what you need from a large set of reusable UI widgets and controls, and from lower-level utilities for DOM manipulation, server communication, animation, data structures, unit testing, rich-text editing, and more.”
A great little script to test the Responsive-ness of your site. Visit Briccs
A good site to examine which browsers support what HTML5 features.
@PaulIrish was kind enough to provide the a compendium of HTML5 Cross Browser Polyfills (Thanks Remy Sharp (@rem) ! ). To cite the page, it is a collection of ‘… shims, fallbacks, and polyfills in order to implant html5 functionality in browsers that don’t natively support them’. Follow this link to get your geek on.
While many argue that designing responsive / adaptive page layouts in tools like Photoshop is a thing of the past ( and that browser based design is the new approach ), Elliot Jay Stocks offers up his thoughts (and a PSD and DEMO ) here:
Thoughtful article on Typography in Responsive Design based on a musical scale by @viljamis
Sectioning HTML5 content elements and friends (thanks HTML5 Doctor!)
In all of it’s simplicity, here is the HTML5 localStorage API:
(reminiscent of local shared object) :
localStorage.getItem(‘dateOfBirth’); // ’1984-07-22′
localStorage.length // num of items stored
localStorage.key(0); // ‘dateOfBirth’
Link Conditioner is a Bandwidth Throttler available Apple Developer Tools on OSX Lion. Visit StuntBox for more information.
So, I got to thinking about all of the things that I learned this year. Here is a list ,in no particular order: • I don’t like older management models in enterprise style businesses. • Justin Timberlake is awesome live. My respect for him goes up everytime he does anything. • There are too many people / […]Read More
@bdkjones hello from canuckistan… i'm curious, what's the best way to make a feature request for CodeKit