28 COMMENTs
Web
Craig Buckler, Jul 20

Microsoft Windows 8, Office 2013, IE10 and the Consequences for Web Developers

Even if you're not a Microsoft user, Craig discusses why Windows 8, Office 2013 and IE10 can only have a positive impact on web development.
10 COMMENTs
Programming
Craig Buckler, Jul 18

What's New in Firefox 14

If Firefox 13 was unlucky for you, perhaps the new features in Firefox 14 will tempt you back. Craig looks at the latest improvements to Mozilla's browser.
1 COMMENT
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Jul 16

What's New in Firebug 1.10

Craig looks at the best new features in Firebug 1.10. The web developers' favorite add-on continues to evolve at a rapid pace.
85 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Craig Buckler, Jul 03

jQuery 2.0 Drops Support for IE6, 7 and 8

jQuery 2.0, planned for 2013, will drop support for legacy versions of Internet Explorer. Craig looks at the reasons for the decision and discusses whether the team has been a little hasty.
8 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Jul 02

What's New in Chrome 20

Craig attempts to find new features lurking below the surface of Chrome 20 - Google's latest browser release.
Programming
Craig Buckler, Jul 01

Browser Trends July 2012: IE9 Strikes Back

Craig takes his monthly glance at the web browser usage chart. Chrome may have overtaken Internet Explorer, but IE9 gained the most users during June 2012.
11 COMMENTs
Entrepreneur
Craig Buckler, Jun 28

Brackets: a Revolutionary Code Editor for the Web

Craig looks at Brackets, a new open-source editor from Adobe which could change the way we develop web pages.
19 COMMENTs
Web
Craig Buckler, Jun 27

Is Your Browser Exposing Private Data?

Is your browser's New Tab screen inadvertently leaking bank and webmail details to everyone using your PC? Craig looks at the latest browser security threat.
27 COMMENTs
Entrepreneur
Craig Buckler, Jun 22

Would You Tax IE7?

The news of an IE7 tax applied at Kogan.com received worldwide media attention. Craig discusses the marketing ploy and why it highlights a worrying trend in the web and IT industries.
8 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Jun 14

What's New in Opera 12

Craig looks at the best new features in Opera 12 and predicts that we'll be grimacing and gesticulating at our websites within months.
12 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Jun 12

12 CSS3 Vendor Prefix Crisis Myths

Craig shatters a dozen myths, fallacies and falsehoods about CSS3 vendor prefixes and the impending apocalypse.
8 COMMENTs
Entrepreneur
Craig Buckler, Jun 08

Is IBM Right to Ban Access to Cloud Applications?

IBM has banned employees using cloud applications including Dropbox, Apple's iCloud and Microsoft Skydrive. Are they right to be concerned? Or is this a subtle marketing ploy? Craig discusses the issues in-depth.
27 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Jun 06

What's New in Firefox 13

Unlike previous lightweight releases, Firefox 13 introduces several new features. Craig examines the best.
6 COMMENTs
Programming
Craig Buckler, Jun 01

Browser Trends June 2012: Chrome Takes IE's Crown

It's finally happened. After 14 years, Internet Explorer has been knocked from the top of the browser usage chart. All hail our new champion: Google Chrome.
50 COMMENTs
Entrepreneur
Craig Buckler, May 28

Why Your Site is Now Illegal in Europe

If you're using Google Analytics, cookies or other tracking technologies, you're probably operating illegally within Europe. Craig looks at the legislation, it's consequences and suggests practical steps you can take today.
30 COMMENTs
Entrepreneur
Craig Buckler, May 23

Repurposing vs Optimized Design: It's Not a Battle

Craig analyzes Jakob Nielsen's latest usability article, "Repurposing vs Optimized Design". Does it make a valid case against Responsive Design techniques?
8 COMMENTs
Programming
Craig Buckler, May 17

What's New in Chrome 19

Craig looks at several interesting features which have appeared in Google Chrome 19.
34 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, May 15

Two New Proposals to Solve the CSS3 Vendor Prefix Crisis

Craig discusses two new proposals which could prevent the CSS3 vendor prefix catastrophe before it begins.
9 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, May 12

Celebrate 20 Years of Wolfenstein 3D in Your Browser

Wolfenstein 3D was released 20 years ago. To celebrate the ground-breaking FPS game, you can now play an HTML5 version in your browser.
1 COMMENT
JavaScript
Craig Buckler, May 08

Laconic: a New Way to Generate DOM Content from JavaScript

Craig looks at Laconic: a small standalone JavaScript library for easy content creation using standard DOM insertion methods.
29 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, May 05

Judgment Day Arrives: Opera Implements the CSS3 Webkit Prefix

Opera is implementing 14 regularly-used webkit-prefixed properties in their browser. Is this the beginning of the end for CSS3 vendor prefixes?
23 COMMENTs
Java
Craig Buckler, May 02

Does Google Drive Better than its Competitors?

Craig reviews Google Drive - a new service which takes aim at Dropbox, SkyDrive, iCloud and similar file synchronization applications.
18 COMMENTs
Programming
Craig Buckler, May 01

Browser Trends May 2012: IE9 Strikes Back

Has Chrome's growth finally started to plateau? Craig takes us through the latest browser market share facts, figures and fallacies.
4 COMMENTs
Entrepreneur
Craig Buckler, Apr 26

How to Use WebSockets Today With Pusher

HTML5 WebSockets are great - if your browser and server platform support them. Craig looks at Pusher, a new service which polyfills the gaps and allows you to use WebSocket technology today.