Here's a very quick tutorial on CSS3 transitions, with illustrations and a code snippet.
Roole is a CSS preprocessor which allows you to write code which compiles down to CSS. Roole is inspired from other preprocessor language like SASS, LESS and Stylus.
HTML5 Drag & Swap is a simple lightweight Zepto plugin which allows you to implement a drag and replace interface for elements.
For some reason, I never took a real good look at SVG (MozDev link) in the past. I knew, conceptually, that it was a way to describe graphics in XML format and I knew Adobe had a large amount of history/support behind it, but I never really thought it was useful for what I do in my day to day work. That was until last week when a reader sent in an interesting question.
The title is a bit of a red herring as PHP has more than 9 magic methods, but these will get you off to a good start using PHP's magic methods. It might be magic, but no wands are required!
In this tutorial we are going to go over the steps on how theme developers can provide the user with alert messages to tell the user to download certain plugins to increase the functionality of their site.
Groundwork is a powerful, flexible and responsive frontend framework which allows you to create responsive designs which work basically on any device.
Cool Kitten is a parallax scrolling responsive framework which allows you to create parallax effect on website easily. Not only the framework allows you to create parallax designs, it allows makes them responsive.
This article looks a little deeper into the importance of the DOM as a intermediary, and points out some of the strengths and weaknesses of it. The DOM, of course, is the Document Object Model within a browser, that models the content and layout of a page.
The CSS3 specification allows front-end developers to create sophisticated visual effects to make websites look better. I have compiled over 10 new CSS3 techniques to embellish your website and give it a more professional look and feel.
Hint.css is a tooltip library written completely in CSS. It’s originally written in SASS and uses only HTML/CSS to implement simple tooltips.
Here’s a video from the “What Developers Love and Hate about iOS, Android, Windows and HTML5″ panel discussion that I took part in during MoDev East back in December. The panelists represented native app developers, HTML/web developers, and myself-representing the HTML/hybrid app paradigm.
I had previous written something on application development glass ceilings. To describe this I have always used the lack of a ‘image drop-down’ widget as the proof of the glass ceiling when developing web applications. I’m going to get into an solution for that today.
Yesterday I got an email from a reader that meshes perfectly with what I presented on earlier in the week. Here is his email:
modern.IE is an undertaking my Microsoft to make cross-browser testing for the Internet Explorer browsers easier. Microsoft has created modern.IE to provide developers and designers with a suite of tools to facilitate IE browser testing.
Nested is a jQuery plugin which allows you to create gap-free, multi-column layouts. Unlike other libraries and jQuery plugins similar to Nested, the latter allows you gap-free layouts, which save you some more space on your page.
Here is a collection of CSS links from MVB Tim Spann!
The Dart community has been very active recently. Here are some blog posts you might want to check out...
I'm still at a conference in San Francisco, but I thought I'd post up the links to my last two presentations. These links are both on Github and include an HTML-based slide deck and demos.
This has to be one of the most awesome features of Nancy, Content Negotiation. Recently added in 0.12, it gives you the ability to implement a single route that responds with different versions of the same document, without having to mess up your code with duplicate methods or conditional statements.
CSSTrashman is an online tool which allows you to supply a URL and it scans the website and generates a new clean CSS file from the existing styles.