Web Development and Design Tutorials, Tips and Reviews
Maqetta is an open source initiative of the Dojo Foundation that provides WYSIWYG web development in the cloud or locally. Moreover, it supports drag & drop assembly of live UI mockups, including HTML5 components. In today's article, Rob Gravelle gives Maqetta a once-over to test its design capabilities. Read More.
Jasmine.Async is an add-on library for Jasmine that provides additional functionality to do asynchronous testing. Modeled after Mocha's async test support, it brings the done() function to the Jasmine unit testing environment. Rob Gravelle shows how the Jasmine.Async library makes your asynchronous process tests easier to write. Read More.
Today we look at Sencha Animator, a program which allows you to create CSS3 animations. These animations are designed to have a similar look and feel as Flash, but with CSS3 and HTML5. Read More.
This article explores how to use the Hand.js library to create a cross-browser, touch-based joystick. Read More.
New HTML5 technologies like WebSockets offer some amazing new opportunities for Web developers. But they also show how implementing unstable standards may cause more harm to a site than the benefits of the technology. What is the role of browsers and how should developers plan for when developing with HTML5? Read More.
IE6 shipped more than 10 years ago, but its non-standard implementation of the shifting standards of 2001 still haunts today's developers. As the Web shifts to HTML5, and new versions of IE, Firefox and Chrome debut, have we learned the lessons of IE6? Read More.
With HTML5, music is making a comeback on the Web. In this tutorial we will show you how to create amazing music experiences for visitors to your website--and it's as easy as inserting an image. Read More.