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.
When building any sort of web application you need to have a focus on security, one area of security that is a must is data validation.
Reuze is a small front-end framework which allows you to provide structure to your HTML and CSS files easily. Reuze enables you to create semantic HTML5 code blocks, which are nested in ‘namespaced’ container elements in little to no time.
Have you been wondering about the future of HTML5? As the end of the year approaches and we are all wondering what 2013 will bring, we have decided to demystify all the HTML5 hype.
In this tutorial we are going to display images in a polaroid style using just CSS.
I designed the system as a phase based system. Since I had 4 images in my sequence, I created a object that saved the properties of 4 phases and references to the functions that would be invoked on the terimination of each function.
Backlift is a back end service for front end developers. Backlift wants to make building and deploying websites easier, faster and more creative
Quintus is an easy-to-learn, fun-to-use HTML5 game engine for mobile, desktop and beyond.
My CSS for Windows 8 App Development book is still in progress but should be ready for the holiday (if you consider "the holiday" to mean St. Patrick's Day). You can get an alpha and save a little money on the full release.
n continuation of my earlier blog Jsoup: nice way to do HTML parsing in Java, in this blog I will compare JSoup with other similar framework, HtmlUnit.
The official standard for the flexbox style in CSS is documented in exhaustive detail at W3C.
Twitter Bootstrap Tabs are a very popular feature – at least for me. I have them several times in my app. As part of my migration to Angular.js I want to use directives to switch between tabs. This has turned out so much easier than expected.