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.
14 COMMENTs
Programming
Craig Buckler, Apr 24

How to Use Easy File Sharing in Dropbox

Dropbox is great but file sharing was always a little tougher than it should have been. Craig looks at the latest development which fixes that problem.
14 COMMENTs
Programming
Craig Buckler, Apr 02

Browser Trends April 2012: Chrome Crushes the Competition

Craig takes another look at the worldwide desktop and mobile browser markets during March 2012. Can anyone prevent Chrome's world domination?
Programming
Craig Buckler, Mar 29

Are You on the Case in SitePoint's Great Mystery Hunt?

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HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Mar 28

Tron: an HTML5 Game in 219 Bytes

Craig looks at Tron, an HTML5 game written in 219 bytes. Could some of the bandwidth-saving techniques be used in your pages?
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Entrepreneur
Craig Buckler, Mar 17

Web Bots vs Humans: We're Losing

A new survey reveals that human website visitors are now a minority group. Craig analyses the figures and discusses why you should be concerned about security.
29 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Mar 14

What's New in Firefox 11

Another six weeks has passed and Mozilla has released a new version Firefox. Craig looks at the new features in Firefox 11 including the stunning Style Editor and 3D Page View.
7 COMMENTs
Programming
Craig Buckler, Mar 01

Browser Trends March 2012: IE8 Falls Below 20%

Internet Explorer lost almost 5% of its user base in one month. Craig discusses which browser is benefiting from IE's demise and how Microsoft could reverse the trend.
8 COMMENTs
Entrepreneur
Craig Buckler, Feb 29

Why Web Developers Will Want a Slice of Raspberry Pi

Craig looks at the Raspberry Pi - a micro PC aimed at the education sector which could be ideal for web developers. The cost: just $35.
23 COMMENTs
Programming
Craig Buckler, Feb 27

Adobe Shifts Flash Focus

Adobe has published a roadmap for the Flash runtimes and reassured developers that it will meet their needs over the next five to ten years. Craig discusses whether Flash can compete against HTML5.
53 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Feb 13

The Impending CSS Vendor Prefix Catastrophe

Vendors may be adding CSS3 -webkit prefixes to their non-webkit browsers. Craig discusses why it's being considered by the W3C and why it should be prevented.
6 COMMENTs
Java
Craig Buckler, Feb 09

What's New in Chrome 17

Craig looks at the latest changes to Google's market-dominating web browser.
18 COMMENTs
Programming
Craig Buckler, Feb 01

Browser Trends February 2012: Chrome 16 Obliterates IE8

Craig looks at the browser market during January 2012. It's the same story: Chrome continues to blast away at the competition.
Entrepreneur
Craig Buckler, Jan 25

5 Steps To Guarantee Client Payment

Late payment affects your cashflow and you'll lose more time and money chasing clients. Craig reveals 5 tips to avoid those hassles again.
4 COMMENTs
Java
Craig Buckler, Jan 18

What's Happening at SitePoint in 2012?

Programming
Craig Buckler, Jan 13

RubySource: Smelly Cucumbers

It was such a cliche of a title, I just had to use it. I’m sure you have heard of the great BDD tool Cucumber , but what you may not know about is how smelly cukes can be. I have recently been revising and refactoring my cucumber features in absolute disgust. In my defense, I started writing cucumber in earnest 6-7 months ago
28 COMMENTs
Entrepreneur
Craig Buckler, Jan 13

5 Tips for Dealing With Clients Who Won't Pay

Craig reveals 5 useful tips for dealing with clients when their payment becomes overdue.
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Jan 05

Hadoop 1.0 Release – Big Data for everyone

Apparently 90% of the data in the world was produced in the last 2 years – which should give you some idea of just exactly how much data is being accumulated the world around, especially by large companies like Google. The data field is so enormous that traditional methods of linking, searching and retrieving data don’t work any more. This is Big Data. Big Data The term “Big Data” was popularized by Roger Magoulas from O’Reilly in 2005, although avid net trawlers have found evidence of the term being used occasionally as far back as 2001
37 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Jan 04

10 Web Predictions for 2012

What will the next 12 months bring? Cross Clairvoyant Craig's palm with silver and he'll give you a glimpse into the future for all web developers...