- More CSS Secrets, another 10 things you may not know about CSS.
- Amazing high-resolution, deep zoom panorama of London.
- A crossword puzzle where the clues are written as Regular Expressions.
- Song of GitHub will turn GitHub commits into audial representation.
- A case for why you should test your apps under slow network speeds and ways to test for slow conditions.
- Knight Rider light loop in CSS, theme song included.
- Can't travel back in time? Rewrite history in Git may be the next best thing.
- True Fish Tales is an interactive fish infographic playing on the idea that fishermen are famous for telling tall stories by bringing together some amazing 'true tales' of the monsters that lurk beneath the sea.
- There are various approaches that can help you make your application and database run faster. Take one massive table and split it into many smaller tables is one such approach. Learn
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- The jQuery Learning Center, a new open-source developer resource to help developers learn how and when to use jQuery.
- Boxen is GitHub's free automated tool to setup newly unboxed Macs for developers. 30 minutes and you're good to go.
- This might be the best color pick you will have ever used.
- Comix I/O, create your own xkcd-style comics using HTML markup.
- Designing An Open-Source iPhone Game is the first in a series of tutorials that will walk you through iOS programming using The Seven Bridges of Konigsberg game as an example.
- It is an exciting time to be a PHP developer. There are lots of useful libraries released every day, and with the help of Composer and Github,
- Kelvin Ling | YDN Blog – Thu, Feb 14, 2013 10:18 AM EST
- Master Mobile Navigation contains a great roundup of responsive navigation techniques by @AaronGustafson.
- The right way to write software doesn't come at the expense of experimentation. It is ok to write bad code but you must recognize when to write bad code.
- Two-part mini-series teaching you how to create a multiplayer game called Minesweeper Flags. The first tutorial focuses on how to implement the server side of the application, the database, and even the Web services.
- Gangham-anything may be overplayed in today's media but seeing Gangham style done in CSS is pretty cool.
- Part one of a multi-part tutorial series on creating a Google Talk bot with Node.js.
- Any company creating mobile apps today faces an important decision: Native or HTML5, which option is best?
- Often when making mobile apps you will need your app to get the latest content from your website or from an external
- When it comes to application security, in addition to securing your hardware and platform, you also need to write your code securely. 8 practices to secure your web app will explain how to keep your application secure and less vulnerable to hacking.
- Web Performance 101, an opinionated guide to the 22 links every developer should read and check out if you are new to the performance scene.
- Collection of useful open source CSS-only resources to help you with your website projects.
- Microsoft launches Modern.IE to help developers test their web apps for legacy and modern versions of IE.
- The absolute beginner's guide to CoffeeScript.
- A look at ways of deploying your code from Git and to get your code from development environment to live server.
- Firefox OS Boilerplate App was created to provide you with the most basic features to get started with building an app from scratch, or tools
- Pixeltalks, collection of video presentations from the best Web conferences in the world covering topics such as creativity, web design, typography, UX Design, and more.
- Ascii Street View, Real-time Ascii art conversion of Google Street View panorama's done in WebGL.
- If you want to learn Django, Getting Started With Django is a good place to start.
- Helium is a front-end responsive web framework for rapid prototyping and production-ready development using HTML5 and CSS3. It is similar to both Twitter Bootstrap and ZURB Foundation except it is more lightweight and easier to tinker with.
- 46 tips and tricks for 2D mobile performance in Unity.
- Building a social resume is a little more complicated than simply updating your social network profiles. How to build a social resume
- Voxel.js, an open source voxel game building toolkit you can use to make mindcraft-like games in WebGL.
- Getting started with Varnish, a reverse proxy server; it sits in front of your web server and serves content from your server and no one else's.
- Some UI guidelines and tips to consider when designing a website to make it cross-device friendly and responsive.
- The Responsive Calculator, just a simple calculator to help turn your PSD pixel perfection into the start of your responsive website.
- Want to get started developing PhoneGap applications? Read Andrew Trice's helpful blog post on My Workflow for Developing PhoneGap Applications
- Everyday, more resources are becoming available to any one who spends time online. Here are design great websites like a pro with these 6 easy
- Kelvin Ling | YDN Blog – Thu, Jan 17, 2013 1:15 PM EST
- Use the Web Developer Checklist to make sure you produce a high quality site.
- Doom 3 Gangnam style in Canvas, no words to describe how awesome this is.
- Game developer and lecturer Iain Lobb outlines the top 10 pitfalls he sees beginners stumbling into time and again.
- Jackal for the NES recreated online using Java (includes link to source code).
- Learn advanced HTML & CSS with one useful guide. New lessons will be posted each Monday until all ten lessons are available.
- Are you looking to get into programming but wasn't sure how to best proceed? Here are four tips for learning how to program.
- Whether it's just a quick sketch in your notebook or a post-it note or a wireframe, incorporating some form of prototyping within your workflow
- Kelvin Ling | YDN Blog – Thu, Jan 10, 2013 1:35 PM EST
Python: The Dictionary Playbook, boilerplate code regarding dictionaries in Python and the more concise way of performing the same operations.
From Responsive Web Design to jQuery Mobile, the top 10 blog posts of 2012 on Safari Books Online.
Junior, a front-end framework for building HTML5 mobile apps with a native look and feel.
Asciiflow, an ASCII flow diagram tool.
The iOS Design Cheat Sheet, a collection of useful data about iOS devices and things you have to keep in mind when designing something for iOS.
It's not hard to create a successful open-source project when you stop to think about your goals. A guide to starting an open-source project today.
Which technique of creating mobile-ready websites is the best? A look at the various techniques and a comparison of methods for building mobile-optimized websites.
Initializr is a HTML5 templates generator to helpRead More »from Start an HTML5 project in 15 seconds, Initializr and more
- Kelvin Ling | YDN Blog – Thu, Jan 3, 2013 3:58 PM EST
- .net magazine runs down the top 10 HTML5 games of 2012.
- Python For Beginners, a large collection of Python tutorials, cheat sheets and snippets.
- Graphical User Interface Timeline lists all of the graphical user interface environments from 1973 to present.
- Bandwidth-wise, images are hogs. Progressive jpegs are better because they are faster and appearing faster is being faster.
- Scripted Amiga Emulator, an open source project created by Rupert Hausberger aiming to make classic Amiga emulation possible in modern web browsers.
- Jean Yang, a Ph.D. Computer Science student at MIT, makes a great case for learning Scala, arguing that its libraries and interoperability with Java make it ideal for mainstream adoption.
- Intro to Rails Engines, article on what it is, what Rails engines are used for and how they are integrated into a Rails application.
- 14 ways your website may be giving you a
- Kelvin Ling | YDN Blog – Thu, Dec 27, 2012 11:23 AM EST
Sketch.js is an easy-to-use jQuery plugin that allows you to create canvases upon which visitors can draw.
Flexbox is a new layout mode in CSS3 that is designed for the more sophisticated needs of the modern web. This article will describe the newly-stablized Flexbox syntax in technical detail.
HTML_CodeSniffer is a client-side script that checks HTML source code and detects violations of a defined coding standard.
Ever wanted to learn about Node.js but didn't have the time? Check out Engine Yard Cloud's super quick and super effective introduction screencast on Node.js.
Android Design is the official website for learning how to design exceptional Android apps. It is full of information, resources, and downloads for Android developers.