Monthly Archives: October 2012

Liven up a web page Apple style

One thing I really like about Apple’s website is the smaller effects they add to it. And despite the really misleading pictures of the new iMac (I wish it was a half an inch thin!), I really think the animated … Continue reading

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The jump from intermediate to advanced

I think it’s commonly accepted that there’s three stages of being a developer: beginner, intermediate and advanced. It’s debatable whether expert is a level because to be an expert means you know everything about that subject and I’ve yet to … Continue reading

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Make an HTML5 drag and drop project list with autosave – Part 2

In the first part, I showed you how to set up our drag and drop list using HTML5’s built in drag and drop as well as add new projects to our list. Everything works great except it’s not really useful … Continue reading

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Make an HTML5 drag and drop project list with autosave – Part 1

One of the great things about where the web is going is that a lot of the functionality that we’ve had to create with JavaScript and plugins is now being built into the browser. One that’s pretty useful is drag … Continue reading

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