Eve is a multipurpose, web based agent platform. According to the developers of Eve, the project has the aim of developing an open protocol to enable software agents to communicate
The only way to truly keep a web service secure is to host it on a web server and then turn off the server. In real life no web service is 100% secure but there are methodologies for increasing the security around web services
One of the biggest challenges in last 2-3 years has been showing flash animations on devices like the iPad which do not support flash. One alternative is to convert the Flash animation into an HTML5 animation. One of the tools available for this is Google Swiffy.
After your mobile site starts look complete in a development browser (e.g. desktop Firefox+Firebug combo) then it is time to begin testing it in actual mobile browsers. This blog post gives you introduction and some general tips for mobile browser testing
Gemicon is a wonderful set of 600+ handcrafted free icons which come in 3 different sizes: 16px, 32px and 64px. You also get the icons in PSD or PNG formats and can use the icons in both personal or commercial projects.
In this blog post we mostly discuss about the simplest approach: resizing images using CSS only.
DateTImer Picker is a feature-rich DateTime Picker for Twitter Bootstrap. It allow you to find DatePickers to form fields and has view for the following time lapses: Decade, Year, Month, Day, and Hour views.
Characteristics of a Web service that promote reusability and change include standardized data exchange formates (XML, JSON), standardized communication protocols (Soap, Rest), and loosely coupled systems.
In the case we describe in this tutorial, we use mobile.css to override the default desktop form styles so that the form renders and acts better on small screens and touch devices.
CSS3 Media queries are a method of selectively loading CSS stylesheets based on various criteria like screen size and orientation. They are supported by all state-of-the-art mobile and desktop browsers.
A while back I posted a few demos that made use of CanIUse.com data. These demos were kinda nice I think, although not the most prettiest examples of what you could do with CSS. Based on a suggestion from one of the commenters I created something a bit simpler and more direct.
Recently, I've been working on small project which I want to share here. It's called Backbone.ComputedFields and it's small plugin that extends Backbone.Model functionality a bit.
Ozone Widget Framework is a framework which allows you to create light-weight widgets. The Ozone Widget Framework is basically a web application, which runs in your browser, which you need to deploy on your own server, providing you with an environment having the appropriate tools to create widgets.
HTML5 Bones is a basic, bare-bones, non-bloated HTML5 template which allows you to get started with your HTML5 project with as little fuss as possible.
When you have a WordPress site you can assign different posts to categories, this allows you to group your posts together.