Monthly Archives: September 2010

Promote JS! is a great idea

The Pirates of JSConf (as they call themselves) have set up a site called Promote JS! with the goal of improving JavaScript documentation on the Web. Personally, I think this is a great idea. When I was new to web … Continue reading

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Eventually we’ll hear the same complaints about HTML5 that we hear about Flash

One of the reasons Flash is so popular is because it’s so easy to make things using the Flash IDE. And I think this is one of the main reasons there’s so much bad stuff made in Flash out on … Continue reading

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IE9’s CSS3 support is disappointing

With all Microsoft’s hype about only needing one mark up with the release of IE9, I thought there’d be more CSS3 properties supported. Sure there’s box-radius and CSS3 selectors but the ones I was hoping for was gradient backgrounds and … Continue reading

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Internet Explorer 9 is better…but it’s still in last place

Microsoft has hyped the hell out of Internet Explorer 9 and for the first time in about ten years, Microsoft’s browser isn’t embarrassingly behind the other major browsers. But all that Microsoft has really done is make their browser catch … Continue reading

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A reason to get excited about HTML5 games

I posted before about why I didn’t think that HTML5 games were going to replace Flash games anytime soon and it was mainly because, with Flash, you have a complete IDE that lets you just drag elements onto a stage … Continue reading

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When did Firefox start to suck?

Sorry for the link bait title but I’ve been noticing a trend over the last couple of months. Whenever someone takes screenshots for a tutorial or does a screencast, the browser they use is Google’s Chrome. Now, I’ve said on … Continue reading

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Glowing nav effect using jQuery

I’m a big fan of the design of Fullyillustrated.com and one of the things that caught my eye is the glow effect on the navigation. Setting up something like this is actually a lot easier than you’d first think as … Continue reading

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The great thing about HTML5 being open source

I’ve said on here before that one of the things some developers might not like about HTML5 is that others can easily see the code of anything you make. But at the same time, for anyone trying to learn it’s … Continue reading

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