October 28, 2010

CSS3 goes walkabout

Yesterday, Sencha released Sencha Animator: a tool designed to build CSS3-based animations.

Like a few others today, I thought I should get familiar with it, and gave it a whirl this morning. My artistic genes don’t even pass their unit tests… so if I can make something work (admittedly with some help from Preston Blair), then anyone can.
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October 25, 2010

Modernizr on the server-side

The modernizr-server library is a way to bring Modernizr browser data to your server scripting environment.
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October 16, 2010

Not a mobile web, merely a 320px-wide one

A school of influential web designers are pioneering ‘Responsive Web Design’ as a way to render content on different types of browser screens. They must fix the fledgling technique’s technical faults before itĀ propagatesĀ into the wild. And it is certainly not yet worthy of its name: designers must think beyond the glass of a screen and build experiences that respond to the humans beyond it.
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October 15, 2010

monomi: mobile middleware for node.js

monomi is node.js middleware that provides tools for handling mobile (and other types of) browsers.
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September 10, 2010

Google Instant: 37 Golden Tickets

Google Instant provides results as you type. This is bound to keep SEO experts and marketing wonks awake at night trying to figure out what new user behavior it might engender.
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