I don't have any comment functionality on this blog, but I now have Webmentions available. Here's how I did it.
Service workers are all the rage at the moment, but how do we simplify their creation?
With a little bit of Node.js you can create a countdown for a HTML email. Magic!
MarkerCluster is a handy helper for the Google Maps API, but how does its setCalculator method work?
I've never seen this functionality in any page I've used. Auto-spacing a credit card number as you type. I must admit I'm not a big fan of the idea, but lets build it anyway!
Cool graphics in the browser, the demoscene has woken up to WebGL. Bring on the amazing demos!
Automatically resizing an iframe inside a Facebook application was a bit of a hassle, but simple when you know how.
For a small project I was changing the value of a disabled input box programmatically and needed an event to fire if a value changed.
WebGL really is starting to take off now that more browser support is being added. There are some very impressive demos out there.
Mozilla Labs and Six to Start put on a great evening event in Shoreditch dedicated to the future of Open Web Gaming.
Revisited an old experiment that looks to have been broken for a while. Luckily it was a quick fix.
After attending Full Frontal 2009 I didn't want to miss out on this great conference in 2010.
jQuery has a host of carousel plug-ins available to use. jCarousel seems to be the most popular. A small error cause a few issues...
There are many ways to edit and update content on a website, but none of them look quite a easy as Aloha Editor.
Here's the original source code for my entry into JS1k for anybody who wishes to see how the simple particle demo was created.
You can buy all the books on visualisation technologies but what's the point if you never read them? Time to change that.
Here's a list I recommend for any Front End Web Developer just starting out in the big wild virtual world or web development.
NextGEN gallery just got a little smoother with this fine addition.
Simple plug-in for hiding content above the page which is shown by clicking a tab.
jQuery Enlightenment is an excellent book by Cody Lindley
Here are a few websites I'd like to share with you, they can really speed up your working process.
jsFiddle just keeps getting better and better, the perfect tool for demonstrating your code snippets.
Lots of improvements came with the latest version of jQuery. The delay method is one of my favourite.
Created a very simple plug-in to set all column heights on a page to the same height.