iOS Developer, sometimes web developer and Technical Editor.
Want better browsers? Make Them Look Good
The end experience for all users of the Web is ultimately a collaboration between browser makers and web professionals. Web developers and designers need to do all they can to support a healthy browser ecosystem.
The Tragic Comedy that is Rich Text Editing on the Web
So, we’ve had rich text editing in browsers for more than ten years now, but have you seen the HTML that is output from these editors? It’s horrendous. So why haven’t browser makers fixed the problem? Does the HTML5 spec have anything to say about it?
What’s the difference between function.call and function.apply?
Function.call and function.apply are a couple of very useful methods, but do you know the difference?
jQTouch Makes Web Development on the iPhone and iPod Touch a Snap
jQTouch is a jQuery plugin for web development on the iPhone and iPod Touch. But it’s more than just a plugin; its simplified development approach helps you rapidly create great looking apps. It’s well worth a look.
!important is Actually Useful (in Print Style Sheets)
Wow, !important is actually useful in CSS. Who Knew!?
Star Wars Makes CSS3 Animations and Transformations Make Sense
Anthony Calzadilla had made an impressive AT-AT walker animation using only CSS3. Find out how he did it.
Massive SitePoint Reference Update Completed: It’ll Save Your Sanity
The SitePoint CSS and HTML Reference has had a massive browser compatibility update. Check out which browsers are now included and find out how the Reference could save your sanity!
Killer Web Dev Tools with Ben Galbraith
Ben Galbraith, of Mozilla Labs, is speaking at Web Directions South ’09 on The State of Browser Tools. Andrew had the opportunity to interview him about his Web Directions session, the Bespin project, and browser tools in general.
Tweet Your Flickr Pics with Flex
Andrew Muller’s Flex-based Twitter app is really taking shape. In his previous article, Share Media on Twitter Using Flex, Part I: The Basics, Andrew laid the groundwork for his Flex app for sharing media on Twitter using Adobe Flash Builder 4. This tutorial is Part 2, where he shows how to enhance the app by adding an image uploader.
Add More Sparkle with CSS3
Have you noticed that when EA Games release a new title they often simultaneously release the game for every gaming platform from PS3 to Nintendo DS?
There are huge differences in the capabilities of those devices…