dart-html5-samples is a collection of HTML5 samples written in Dart. Most of them were ported from HTML5 Rocks. There are a couple samples that I want to point out because they're so interesting.
If you have a high traffic site a couple hundred people could be on your site and watch you play around with the styles until you get the settings right. With the theme customiser you can just stay in the admin area and see your changes in real-time in a preview panel, without changing the live site.
This blog post deals testing mobile sites for Android devices. Android comes with a browser called Android Browser (very Germanic naming habits they have…). It is developed separate from Google Chrome which saw its first mobile release recently.
ish. is a viewport resizer which allows you to test your responsive web design at different resolutions.
This blog post gives you intro how to test mobile sites in Nokia phones, with one exception. Windows Phone phones will have their own blog post following soon after this post.
jKit is a small but featured-packed UI toolkit based on jQuery which allows you to to have several common UI components ready to be used on your page. jKit was built to be as small as possible, while providing a stable and consistent API.
Firefox Mobile and Opera Mini are popular after market browsers the user can install on their device. They offer additional functionality and speed over the stock browsers. You should also test your mobile sites with these browsers.
Supermodel. js is a Backbone.js component which provides minimal tracking for models. Often when creating Backbone.js applications, we have several models representing the same server object.
Workless is a clean and classy HTML5 and CSS3 framework which allows you to get up and running with your projects very easily.
Yesterday a reader sent me a question concerning XML handling and ColdFusion, and while it was rather simple, I thought others might like to see a quick demo of it as well.
iPhone might not be the market leader, but its users are known to be the most picky of phone folk. Thus, always make sure your mobile site works in iPhone. Here are tips for testing your site for iPhone.
Fay is a programming language which is a proper subset of the Haskell programming language. The latter language is a general, standardized functional language, with non-strict semantics and strong typing.
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