We took the kids to Disney World in March for Nicholas’ sixth birthday. If you have the opportunity to do a kid’s birthday in Disney World, I highly recommend it. Below is the fourth part in a series of each day of our adventure. You can see the other posts here. After a quick breakfast […]
Nice jQuery plugin for pulling in tweets. Especially when you roll in the patch at https://github.com/henrik/henrik.nyh.se/blob/0971e2b54b67955aae9039c50d7f1800afee164a/js/jquery.twitter.js to let you filter out @ replies. jQuery plugin for Twitter – blog – coda.coza.
Also shown at AEA, is the HTML5 spec for Web Developers (not the super nerdy one for browser makers). Enjoy! HTML5 — Edition for Web Developers.
I saw this go by in somebody’s slides at An Event Apart so I swung over to check it out. Looks like a fantastic way to record and publish quick screencasts. Screenr | Instant screencasts: Just click record.
Zeldman’s collection of links mentioned in presentations at the recent An Event Apart in Boston. Good stuff all around. http://www.zeldman.com/2011/05/05/html5-css3-ux-design-links-from-an-event-apart-boston-2011/
Layer Styles made its way around the interwebs today. This is really pretty cool and something I had thought about trying to pull off a couple years ago. My thought was “wouldn’t it be cool if you had an interface that would let you work in CSS effects, and then output the styles for you?”. […]
I came across this on Twitter a while back, and then @pogue tweeted it again last night or this AM, and I figured I had to drop it in here. Enjoy 🙂
Good CoreData tutorial involving relationships and dumping sample data into the DB without needing UI for it. Code samples abound! Core Data Tutorial: Getting Started | Ray Wenderlich.
We took the kids to Disney World in March for NIcholas’ sixth birthday. If you have the opportunity to do a kid’s birthday in Disney World, I highly recommend it. Below is the third part in a series of each day of our adventure. You can see the other posts here. Day Three of our […]
L. O. L. Hovering Art Directors. Via Steve Chanks