Roundup for March 23rd, 2011

d3.js is a new framework specifically created to allow data-driven DOM manipulation – this is an excellent tool for data visualization John Resig has a very interesting and practical article on dictionary lookups in JavaScript Firefox 4 is out – get it now and enjoy WebGL and the Audio API with these cool demos!

Roundup for March 21st, 2011

Sorry for the silence – I’ve been busy beyond the usual level due to a new job. Things should now get back to normal… jQuery Waypoints – easy plugin for scroll destination effects IE9 has been launched! Unfortunately it still misses several key CSS3 features… JavaScript Garden is a great overview of features in JavaScript […]

Roundup for March 5th, 2011

Amazingly fast raycaster demo by Paul King Microsoft urges everybody to stop using IE6 – the IE6 Countdown has begun Smashing Mag has a great tutorial on using @font-face and the current state of web fonts Interesting tutorial for the text-overflow CSS3 property – can’t wait for Mozilla to implement that one! Fractal Lab – […]

Roundup for March 3rd, 2011

The only video converter you’ll need for HTML5 video: The open-source Miro Video Converter Mozilla’s “Awesome HTML5 Dashboard” is awesome The Opera team has implemented the CSS3 multi-column spec – can’t wait for the next release of the browser! Very nice introduction to CSS Typography for beginners – actually moves along quite fast to advanced […]

Roundup for February 23th, 2011

PhiloGL – a WebGL framework for data visualization. Check out the amazing Temperature Anomalies example! Opera announces a new HTML5 parser for their future browsers and offers engineering builds for testing Video Textures in Three.js – amazing demo of the power of WebGL in modern browsers

Roundup for February 22th, 2011

The Shapes of CSS – geometrical shapes from a single element CSS Drop Shadows Without Images – some nice examples of more complex, curvy drop shadows done with CSS3 The Bright (Near) Future of CSS

Roundup for February 16th, 2011

IE9 a modern browser? Here’s Microsoft’s reponse Nice and clean overview of HTML5 features – MediaLoot’s HTML5 Compendium Very good tutorial on how to create custom select elements with jQuery gury – a canvas utility library with an interesting API and very comprehensive documentation.

Roundup for February 15th, 2011

audiolib.js offers a AudioDevice class with consistent API between the Firefox Audio Data API and the Chrome/Safari Web Audio API Is IE9 a modern browser? – Kinda not yet… we all appreciate Microsoft’s effort and I certainly hope they will continue improving IE9, but the current IE9 RC doesn’t render half of the HTML5 Cheatsheet […]

Roundup for February 11th, 2011

IE9 Release Candidate is available now, adds Geolocation API, Do Not Track lists, is feature complete Updated version of VideoSub – HTML5 video subtitle library now works with MooTools 1.3 Core Reston – very elegant REST client library Wave – a beautiful HTML5 Twitter visualization by Hakim el Hattab

Roundup for February 9th, 2011

30 JavaScript developers you should follow A comparison of mobile HTML5 frameworks:┬áSencha Touch, jQuery Mobile, jQTouch, Titanium Very nice HTML5 game: Sinuous – deceptively simple, but very addictive Extreme CSS3: iphone with working world clock done in CSS3 without any images Interesting JavaScript sprite benchmarks across many browsers and a good analysis of possible speed […]