The search for an easy-to-use Instagram API wrapper is a daunting one. Here’s the best one I’ve found thus far. It’s a jQuery plugin that will fetch the desired JSON data via AJAX. myedgenet.com.
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?”. […]
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.
So, I received a bunch of files the other day that I had no application that could read them. Honestly, receiving these files took me back a good many years, and I began looking for clunky “viewers” that would let me open these files to read the content. Then I came across Zamzar, which can […]
Wow.. In looking for a downloadable copy of Today in Phish History (4/6/92, one of my favorite tapes of all time), I came across a link from Phish.net that I had never come across before: the Phish Downloads Spreadsheet. Back in the olden days when I used to tape shows and trade tapes over listservs, […]
The fam and I took a ton of photos over the weekend (more on that forthcoming), but neither Katie’s nor Nicholas’ cameras had been adjusted for daylight savings time. Consequently, lots of photos turned up out of order, like when I was taking a picture of Nicholas taking a picture, his photo should have been […]