The new design has a clear focus and the content is easier to understand. Hopefully this glimpse into some of the thoughts behind the redesign shows the important role that content plays in a project.
A lot of CSS tutorials and examples this week as well quite a few tutorials focused on a variety of different frameworks and libraries. Notable releases this week include YUI, Node and the new ColtJS framework.
Over the last few months I learned some more ClojureScript and I finally came back to Angular. First I followed their excellent tutorial. Then I decided to rewrite it to plain Clojure and ClojureScript, and it went pretty well.
Now new version of HTML5 having number of new API one of the is Storage API, which allow you to store data of use locally. Here in following post I am going to describe Storage API.
In early February, as I was creating my Modern Java Web Developer presentation, I came across a training event that was similarly named.
One of EclipseLink JAXB (MOXy)'s strengths is the ability to map an object model to both JSON and XML with a single set of metadata. I will demonstrate below with an example.
This works in Safari, Firefox, Chrome, and Opera.
"I'll show you how to code a video in html 5 and put it on a webpage. Learn how to code an HTML5 video player in under 5 minutes and make it so that it plays on any browser!"
Creating high performance web apps is crucial for every web developer. Learn directly from the Internet Explorer Performance team about what actually drives performance across the web and how you can make your sites faster.
AcceleratorHK, the world’s only startup accelerator focused on cross platform mobile development with HTML5 and Phonegap, has opened its applications for cohort #2 to be based in Hong Kong.
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.
PHP namespaces was introduced in version 5.3. Namespaces is a way of group classes together into virtual directories, the main reason we would want to do this is to help avoid collision of class names in your application.
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.
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.