Category: DOM

How Basecamp Next got to be so damn fast without using much client-side UI

Published 6 years 3 months ago on February 20, 2012

How Basecamp Next got to be so damn fast without using much client-side UI – (37signals). This is super neat. 37signals outlines a big look into what they did behind the scenes when building Basecamp Next, specifically the changes made on the client side. There is some wacky stuff going on but I’m super interested […]

Announcing jQuery Mobile 1.0

Published 6 years 7 months ago on November 18, 2011

Announcing jQuery Mobile 1.0 | jQuery Mobile. I’ve recently become extremely smitten with jQuery Mobile and to hear that it went 1.0 is awesome.     Definitely check out the docs, read a book/blog post or two, and have a go as soon as you can. The jQuery Mobile team has done a ton of […]

holmes.css – CSS Markup Detective

Published 7 years 1 month ago on April 27, 2011

holmes.css – CSS Markup Detective. This is neat. Holmes is The CSS Markup Detective: Holmes is stand-alone diagnostic CSS stylesheet that can highlight potentially invalid, inaccessible or erroneous HTML(5) markup by adding one class. I like this because it’s in a way passive, but really useful. When I was really getting into Web Standards, I […]

A crash course in how DOM events work

Published 7 years 8 months ago on October 17, 2010

A crash course in how DOM events work – Jupiter JavaScript Consulting. Just made my way through this really great overview of DOM events. I can’t say enough how spoiled we all are by the existence of great JavaScript libraries know, love, and use every day. It’s important though, and you owe it to yourself […]

Is it Now Acceptable to Require JavaScript?

Published 8 years 2 days ago on June 21, 2010

It’s not a new trend, but it’s something I see more and more with bigger companies who pride themselves on building (upon) standards based, open platforms. Is it becoming increasingly acceptable to build Web applications that require JavaScript?

A Couple of Quick Tips for JavaScript Optimization

Published 9 years 1 month ago on April 27, 2009

A couple of tips to optimize the speed of your slow JavaScript. Code examples using jQuery.

Working with canvas – Some Background and Basics

Published 9 years 2 months ago on March 23, 2009

Canvas is an HTML element that provides a surface on which to draw with JavaScript

Loving WebKit: The Web Inspector Redesign is Huge

Published 9 years 8 months ago on October 6, 2008

The freshly redesigned Web Inspector is a huge change for WebKit, and it’s making the engine that much better.

Revisiting Progressive Enhancement in CSS

Published 10 years 3 months ago on March 17, 2008

John Resig recently posted a bit on progressive CSS enhancement, which got me thinking a bit more about a post I wrote some time ago.

Web Standards Creativity Book Review

Published 10 years 7 months ago on November 5, 2007

Web Standards Creativity is a great book put together by 10 of the most known Web designers and developers in the industry.

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