A short code snippet for the customized RSS-Feed on this Google-Blogger site. I simply added the below code to a gadget to yield a tailored RSS-Feed in the sidebar. Most of the code was grabbed from the Google Code Playground.
Let’s say you are writing an application in Ruby. You are probably talking to every API under the sun and are happily writing tests to make sure your code isn’t failing.
Thanks to reader Mikel Shilling for pointing this out to me. The most excellent (as Bill would say) folks at FigLeaf have released a free ColdFusion 10 and jQuery Mobile tutorial.
Today I am over the moon to say that ActionScript Workers now properly work under Chrome. You may need to force an update; at the time of writing, I'm on 25.0.1364.172 under Mac OS 10.8.2.
SPOILER ALERT! is a jQuery plugin which uses blurs to hide spoilers from readers online. However, SPOILER ALERT! adds some more bells and whistles to the concept by enabling you to specify maximum blurs and partial blurs.
I’ve already posted about workflow and app store approval processes, and in this post the primary focus is runtime performance.
WordPress is my favorite tool for building blogs and websites. In this article, I have compiled the most useful resources for WordPress developers I came across in the past 3 years.
In a brief article, Arjan Tijms does a great job of overviewing the big ticket items included in JSF 2.2. He talks about view actions, the Faces flow, HTML 5/pass-through attributes, the file upload component, CDI alignment and more.
This past week featured a lot of interesting new projects and libraries including RaptorJS, review, resemble and pixi. Of course, there were also plenty of excellent tutorials as well as a new version of Brackets and a new edition of Appliness.
If you follow this blog pretty regularly, then you know I'm a big fan of the LocalStorage API. Today Adam Tuttle pushed up a mod to the code to add memory usage reports to the display.
This week we talk to Konrad Garus about his open source ClojureScript projects, top blogs on code and parenting, and Led Zeppelin.
When working with PHP, it is very useful to have a “toolbox” of handy functions and code snippets that can save lots of time when needed. Today, I’m going to show you 10 super useful code snippets that you probably never heard of.
Since Windows 8 released it's first pictures of the new design, people have been going crazy of the metro style. People love it, it's modern, it's clean, it's simple and makes it really easy to use on mobile devices, especially on tablet devices.
I led a group of ThoughtWorkers at a trading division of a US bank for nine months in 2005. We were called into to help improve test coverage, but the mission quickly called for more than just that.
I've got some great apps to share from local devs here in Mid-Atlantic:
Typography is often neglected on websites. This is a shame, because by improving your typography, you’ll improve both your website design and readability. In this article, I have compiled 10 extremely useful typography tips that will help you to make your website looks better.
Back in October of last year I wrote a guide to integrating PhoneGap, Parse, and push notifications. Recently a reader noticed that my guide no longer worked and asked me to dig into it. I did today and have found the root of the issue.
CSS3 is indeed a great improvement to the CSS specification. It allow web developers to add stylish effects to their websites, without any headaches. That said, several tools can definitely be life savers when building websites using CSS3. In this article, I have compiled the 10+ most useful tools for all your CSS3 coding.
Thanks to everyone who came out the the MobileDev@TU meetup last night at Towson University. I’ve posted the video online for those that want to review it, or weren’t able to attend. You can check it out below.
Last night I was making an animation example for the d3.js book I’m writing and ended up with the idea of progressively drawing out cool looking parametric equations. Little did I know, those are actually spirographs!