I have created a web application that recognizes hand gestures using WebRTC's getUserMedia API. Here's how it works...
I know, I know. The title sounds like SEO-link-bait, I apologize. I want to talk about something that I'm fairly excited about, and I hope it excites you as well.
When approaching the task of creating a new standard theme for AnswerHub we wanted to make sure we got one thing right -- Responsive Design. We wanted to provide a consistent experience for users throughout the platform, regardless of the device they're using.
Last year around this same time, I published a blog post about a technique I developed for creating multiple Twitter Bootstrap popovers. A commenter on the original post asked how he could use my technique but ensure that only one popover was open at any given time.
A few weeks ago a reader asked if I had an example of infinite scroll with a ColdFusion back end. I replied that I did not, and that infinite scroll was the worst thing to happen to the Internet since the rainbow horizontal rule.
In this tutorial were going to play with CSS transitions to create a new style navigation menu. The effect we are aiming for is having a number of navigation boxes, and when the mouse hovers over a box this will grow and shrink the other boxes.
I really like the generators feature that's arriving in PHP 5.5, and since we're now into release candidate releases, it's actually not that far away.
Today: Memcached 10 years later, JS struggles, why can't testers and developers get along?; Neil deGrasse Tyson settles the Star Trek vs. Star Wars debate, and how to boost your eBook revenue.
This article used a benchmark framework called “HTML5 Potatoes Gaming Bench” to obtain a consistent scoring for various sprites tests. I will try to explain you how we built this framework and the decision we made to make it representative of the effective performance of the tested hardware and browser.
In this tutorial we are going to create a PHP class that will allow you to resize an image to any dimension you want, it will allow you to resize while keeping the aspect ratio of the image.
There’s a recent blog entry on the ArtLogic.com site about learning Angular. One aspect of it resonates with me: “Quit jQuery for a While” It’s true. You could well be used to having ‘on click’ equivalent event that mutate the DOM, and think that you could well mutate Angular models instead.
In the previous posts I covered creating an Ember.js-based single page application, then wiring it up to Windows Azure Mobile Services for data storage.
Tobacco tries it’s best to always include the latest release versions of most popular client libraries. Latest Tobacco 1.0.12 charges you with Spring 3.2.2, Twitter Bootstrap 2.3.1, jQuery 1.9.1 and Backbone.js 1.0.0
I finally got to spend a longer while with Pedestal. It is a pure Clojure web framework, where by pure I mean that you’ll see Clojure on back- as well as front end. For starters I only focused on the front end and that’s what this post is about.
The Semantic zoom let you display your data in a zoomed out and zoomed in way. It’s really fine when your data is grouped but sometimes you need to display a non-grouped data just in a different way with a different template.
Moving logic and data to the client and loading only changes are important pieces of the puzzle, but to make your SPA performant for the user as well as the developer means you'll have to address certain issues with SEO, analytics, error tracking, and more. Join Josh as he walks you through elegant solutions to these challenges.
Tantek Çelik of Mozilla talks about the exciting improvements that microformats2 and newer HTML5 elements bring to structured web data.
In this talk, Yehuda Katz shows us how Ember can be used to build fast and responsive apps, and shares some nifty aspects of Ember you might not know about.
Ray Camden, Adobe Creative Cloud Evangelist, talks with us about his sessions at MAX covering topics like PhoneGap Build and web development tools.