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Relearn CSS layout: Every Layout
If you find yourself wrestling with CSS layout, it’s likely you’re making decisions for browsers they should be making themselves. Through a series of simple, composable layouts, Every Layout will teach you how to better harness the built-in algorithms that power browsers and CSS.

Employing algorithmic layout design means doing away with @media breakpoints, “magic numbers”, and other hacks, to create context-independent layout components. Your future design systems will be more consistent, terser in code, and more malleable in the hands of your users and their devices.
css  layout  webdesign  webdev  web  tutorial 
june 2019 by rafaeldff
The Google Analytics Setup I Use on Every Site I Build — Philip Walton
There are a lot of features developers would like that Google Analytics doesn’t track by default. However, with only a bit of configuration and extra code, you can do almost everything you want with Google Analytics’ existing extensibility features today.

This article provides a brief introduction into my rationale for including a lot of these features in my “boilerplate” analytics.js implementation. If you want to keep up to date with the current state of best practices, you should follow the analyticsjs-boilerplate repo on Github. I plan to keep it updated as new tracking techniques and best practices emerge.
google  marketing  webdev  analytics  GoogleAnalytics  GA  article  tutorial  PhilipWalton  tips  pcwalton 
february 2017 by rafaeldff
ClojureScript Core.Async Dots Game
Creating a browser game in Clojurescript with core.async.
clojure  language  game  js  webdev  web  javascript  async  channel  core.async  asynchronous 
august 2013 by rafaeldff
AngularJS Fundamentals In 60-ish Minutes - YouTube
In this video you'll learn how to get started with the AngularJS SPA framework. First you'll be introduced to what a SPA is and AngularJS features that simplify building SPAs. From there you'll see how to use directives, filters and data binding techniques. Next up is views, controllers and scope and the role they play followed by a discussion of modules, routes and factories/services. At the end a sample application built using AngularJS is shown.
angular  angular.js  tutorial  video  youtube  screencast  framework  javascript  js  webdev 
july 2013 by rafaeldff
Announcing Evan's Awesome A/B Tools
Today I am happy to announce a new suite of online statistics calculators, which I am hereby christening Evan's Awesome A/B Tools. I am calling these tools awesome because they are intuitive, visual, and easy-to-use. Unlike other online statistical calculators you've probably seen, they'll help you understand what's going on "under the hood" of common statistical tests, and by providing ample visual context, they make it easy for you to explain p-values and confidence intervals to your boss. (And they're free!)
EvanMiller  AB  ABTesting  statistics  stats  statistic  web  webdev  site  optimization  SEO  tool  tools  A/B  A/BTesting 
may 2013 by rafaeldff
Prism
Prism is a new lightweight, extensible syntax highlighter, built with modern web standards in mind. It’s a spin-off from Dabblet and is tested there daily by thousands.
js  javascript  syntax  highlighter  highlighting  prism  library  css  webdev  code  source  dabblet 
july 2012 by rafaeldff
Handsontable - jQuery grid editor. Excel-like grid editing with HTML & JavaScript
Handsontable is a minimalistic approach to Excel-like table editor in HTML & jQuery
jquery  table  editor  HTML  excel  spreadsheet  webdev  html5  javascript  js  plugin 
june 2012 by rafaeldff
P2PU | School of Webcraft
Online webdev course by mozilla.
mozilla  web  webdev  online  course 
june 2012 by rafaeldff
The Shapes of CSS
Geometric CSS shapes
All of the below use only a single HTML element. Any kind of CSS goes, as long as it's supported in at least one browser.
css  shape  shapes  webdev  design  html  geometric  rectangle  square  triangle  circle  geometry 
may 2012 by rafaeldff
CodeMirror
Another browser based code editor: CodeMirror is a JavaScript library that can be used to create a relatively pleasant editor interface for code-like content ― computer programs, HTML markup, and similar. If a mode has been written for the language you are editing, the code will be coloured, and the editor will optionally help you with indentation.
code  editor  js  javascript  web  webdev  browser  IDE  syntax 
april 2012 by rafaeldff
PanoJS3 - pure JavaScript viewer for huge images
PanoJS3 - An interactive JavaScript widget for panning and zooming a panoramic image stitched together dynamically from smaller tiles. This widget can be used for viewing images that are much larger than the available space in the browser viewport. Examples include panoramas, maps or high resolution document scans.
javascript  lib  js  panoramic  panojs  panojs3  scroll  grab  view  map  library  webdev 
march 2012 by rafaeldff
robertpiira/ingrid - GitHub
Ingrid is a fluid CSS layout system, whose main goal is to reduce the use of classes on individual units.

Ingrid is a bit less obtrusive and bit more fun to reflow for responsive layouts.
css  design  framework  grid  Ingrid  project  library  layout  webdev 
february 2012 by rafaeldff
Belay Lessons: Smarter Web Programming
Web framework from Brown PLT people, applying some notion of capabilities to CSRF protection.
belay  web  framework  project  research  security  webdev  ocap  Capabilities 
december 2011 by rafaeldff
Middleman: Hand-crafted frontend development
Static site generator.

"Middleman is a static site generator based on Sinatra. Providing dozens of templating languages (Haml, Sass, Compass, Slim, CoffeeScript, and more). Makes minification, compression, cache busting, Yaml data (and more) an easy part of your development cycle."
static  site  website  webdev  generator  generation  ruby  sinatra  web  html  Haml  Sass  Compass  Slim  CoffeeScript 
december 2011 by rafaeldff
Ajaxload - Ajax loading gif generator
Generates a custom .gif "loading" animation (that little spinning circle thingy).
ajax  load  loading  animation  gif  AnimatedGif  progress  asynchronous  webdev  icon 
december 2011 by rafaeldff
Moment.js - A lightweight javascript date library
A lightweight javascript date library for parsing, manipulating, and formatting dates.
javascript  library  date  dates  time  webdev 
december 2011 by rafaeldff
Four ways to do Pub/Sub with jQuery 1.7 and jQuery UI (in the future) — Gist
Between jQuery 1.7 and some of work going into future versions of jQuery UI, there are a ton of hot new ways for you to get your publish/subscribe on. Here are just four of them, three of which are new.
pubsub  jquery  javascript  observer  callbacks  webdev  events 
november 2011 by rafaeldff
InstaCSS | Instant CSS Documentation Search
Search and visualization for Mozilla's CSS reference documentation.
reference  documentation  CSS  webdev  ref  doc  mozilla  MDN 
november 2011 by rafaeldff
Move.js - CSS3 animation framework for JavaScript
Move.js is a small JavaScript library making CSS3 backed animation extremely simple and elegant.
javascript  css  webdev  libraries  library  animation  move  move.js 
october 2011 by rafaeldff
Twitter Bootstrap
Bootstrap is a toolkit from Twitter designed to kickstart development of webapps and sites.
It includes base CSS and HTML for typography, forms, buttons, tables, grids, navigation, and more.
css  framework  twitter  webdev  style  styling  bootstrap 
august 2011 by rafaeldff
jQuery UI Example Page
Good-looking jQuery UI theme (ported from cappuccino).
jquery  theme  design  webdev  ui  JQueryUI  forms 
march 2011 by rafaeldff
flot - Attractive Javascript plotting for jQuery - Google Project Hosting
Flot is a pure Javascript plotting library for jQuery. It produces graphical plots of arbitrary datasets on-the-fly client-side.
javascript  jquery  chart  charts  library  plot  plotting  plots  plugin  Visualization  canvas  webdev  graphics 
march 2011 by rafaeldff
HTML5 Boilerplate - A rock-solid default for HTML5 awesome.
Empty CSS+HTML template; think power-css-reset. Includes general IE hacks, css reset, best-practice header values, etc, etc.
javascript  HTML5  template  html  webdev  css  jquery  hacks  ie 
october 2010 by rafaeldff
Servlet History | Java.net
Short blog post on the early history of Java Web technologies.
j2ee  jsp  JamesGosling  java  history  webdev 
july 2010 by rafaeldff
QuickUI modular web control framework
Another widget library/framework for web dev. This one is interesting for two reasons: (1) Controls are built with a special markup language - introducing a compile step, and (2) The author is Jan Miksovsky, noted usability specialist
library  framework  widget  UI  GUI  webdev  html  javascript  license:mit  opensource  project  JanMiksovsky 
november 2009 by rafaeldff
EricLaw's IEInternals : Internet Explorer Cookie Internals (FAQ)
Everything you never wanted to know and had plenty of people to ask about cookies and IE.
ie  interneteexplorer  cookies  webdev  http  protocol  FAQ  compatibility  internetexplorersucks 
september 2009 by rafaeldff
Raphael - a library for working with vector graphics in javascript
What it says on the tin. (tho, WTF is with the umlaut. not pleased:)
library  javascript  webdev  lib  SVG  vector  graphics  graphs 
september 2009 by rafaeldff
jQuery Ribbon - Home
"JQuery plugin for an office-like ribbon widget."
jquery  ribbon  toolbar  widget  office  plugin  webdev  UI 
june 2009 by rafaeldff
mighdoll's jsync at master - GitHub
The goal is to enable enable easy to use object replication between
loosely connected machines. A browser and a server can share a pool
of objects. If the browser program makes a local change to any object
in the pool, the change will propagate to the server. And vice versa.
jsync  json  sync  synchronization  library  project  opensource  replication  state  MVC  javascript  webdev  persistence 
june 2009 by rafaeldff
Geeking with Greg: Marissa Mayer at Web 2.0
A couple of anecdotes - from Google and Amazon - about how even minute decreases in page rendering speed lead to substantial revenue loss.
blog  post  web  webdev  GregLinden  Google  Amazon  speed  latency  research  UserExperience  usability  hci  stat  stats  webdesign 
february 2009 by rafaeldff
New in JavaScript 1.7 - MDC
JavaScript 1.7 - available since Firefox 2 - has generators, like Python and C#. The traditional iteration example seems contrived, but they might be useful for taming asynchronous control flow.
javascript  tutorial  1.7  Javascript1.7  generator  generators  language  construct  continuation  continuations  webdev  coroutine  CPS  asynchronous  asynchronicity 
january 2009 by rafaeldff
Most web frameworks are broken « Rethrick Construction
Advantages of a type-safe expression language. It will be part of the warp-widgets web framework (based on Guice).
blog  post  Warp-Widgets  web  framework  webdev  template  templating  language  MVEL  Guice  typing  TypeSafe  DhanjiPrasanna 
july 2008 by rafaeldff
Reverse autocomplete
Neat idea, have autocomplete look also at the right of the cursor.
article  idea  autocomplete  suggestion  UI  GUI  webdev  javascript  snippet  text  LászlóKozma 
july 2008 by rafaeldff
Opera Web Standards Curriculum
Opera's new Web Standards Curriculum, released in association with the Yahoo! Developer Network, is a complete course to teach you standards-based web development, including HTML, CSS, design principles and background theory, and JavaScript basics. It alr
site  web  webdev  documentation  html  css  javascript  design  WebDesign  Opera  Yahoo  YDN  articles  catalog  xhtml  accessibility  course  curriculum  doc  reference  standards 
july 2008 by rafaeldff
rest-discuss : Message: Re: Pretty URLs, sessions, and no cookies
How to do verify auth credentials without having to keep session state on the server. This method requires using cookies, but it doesn't compromise statelessness (they are RESTful cookies, if you will).
AristotlePagaltzis  mail  mailinglist  REST  authentication  authorization  cookies  webdev  http  credentials  security 
july 2008 by rafaeldff
Wideplay Interactive - Warp :: Widgets
A really simple web framework built on restful principles [] It tightly integrates with Guice, HTML and HTTP. And makes it dead easy to wrap powerful Ajax frameworks like GWT and Dwr.
project  opensource  Java  web  framework  webdev  WebFramework  Guice  REST  http  html  gwt  dwr  Warp-Widgets 
july 2008 by rafaeldff
WEB4J - Minimalist Java Web Application Framework -> Criticisms of Spring, PHP, and Rails
Criticizing Spring beyond the obvious ¨too much xml": Spring is huge. Spring has many bad names for things. Spring confuses coding with configuration. Spring has too many parallel mechanisms, etc.
article  critique  criticism  Spring  con  framework  configuration  IoC  DI  DependencyInjection  comparison  XML  webdev 
june 2008 by rafaeldff
Integração de JSF com JSP Tagfiles - PBJug | Grupos do Google
In portuguese, a message from Maurício Linhares listing the flaws with JSF technology.
MaurícioLinhares  JSF  mail  mailing  list  thread  post  Java  JavaEE  anti  criticism  critique  webdev  component  UI  pt-br 
june 2008 by rafaeldff
Design Stencils - Yahoo! Design Pattern Library
Web GUI widget stencils for prototyping in OmniGraffle, Visio (XML), Adobe Illustrator (PDF and SVG), and Adobe Photoshop (PNG) formats.
Yahoo  resource  reference  UI  GUI  web  webdev  prototype  wireframe  prototyping  design  webdesign  stencils  resources  catalog  stencil  widget  visio  OmniGraffle  SVG  PNG  layout  mock  sketch  sketching  Yahoo! 
june 2008 by rafaeldff
Mike Davidson - sIFR
A hack to show sophisticated typography in web pages using flash, but seamlessly downgrading to plain browser fonts if flash isn't available.
webdev  hack  Flash  font  fonts  typography  javascript  css  design  tip 
april 2008 by rafaeldff
Martian Headsets - Joel on Software
Another important article from Joel that will spark discussions all over the blogosphere. My take: standards without representative tests and a reference implementation shouldn't be called standards.
article  Joel  standard  standards  web  html  webdev  w3c  ie  ie8  browser  compatibility  evolution  PostelPrinciple  JoelSpolsky 
march 2008 by rafaeldff
About our maps / The EveryBlock Blog
EveryBlock talks about why they implemented their own mapping technology instead of just reusing Google Maps. More interestingly, they refer to the libraries and data sources they used -- apparently there is a lot of open source mapping tech out there.
PaulSmith  blog  post  EveryBlock  map  mapping  GoogleMaps  web  webdev  geo  geospatial 
march 2008 by rafaeldff
Official Google Maps API Blog: Google Maps Without the Scripting
"Rather than use JavaScript, the Google Static Maps API creates map images on the fly via simple requests to the Static Maps service with HTTP requests. [] Just create a special URL as the src attribute within an <img> tag and let the Static Maps service
blog  post  news  GoogleMaps  google  map  maps  API  REST  static  http  webdev  URI  URL  image 
march 2008 by rafaeldff
Comet Daily
A website about Comet (that "reverse ajax" kind of thing...)
site  web  webdev  Comet  AJAX  http  push 
february 2008 by rafaeldff
Raible Designs | Go Light with Apache Struts 2 and REST by Don Brown
At least from I could gather from this short writeup, Don Brown's REST plugin for Struts 2 resembles a lot VRaptor's REST support.
blog  post  MattRaible  REST  http  Java  JavaEE  web  webdev  framework  MVC  Model2  Struts  Struts2  VRaptor  by:Matt  DonBrown 
december 2007 by rafaeldff
In Relation To... From component model failure to layer fetishism
I don't think I fully understood the point Emmanuel Bernard is making, he seems to be arguing that WebBeans will make Presentation/Domain separation unnecessary. I'm linking to it anyway, because it is always healthy to question assumptions.
blog  post  EmmanuelBernard  software  architecture  JBoss  web  webdev  domain  OO  layer  layers  view  presentation  MVC  WebBeans  component 
november 2007 by rafaeldff
Weblog | Bill de hÓra | RESTfaces, Struts2 REST, SpringMVC+Restlet
Bill de hÓra reviews some current generation Java web frameworks as to how they respect the web architecture. In other words, how "restful" they are. I would seriously recommend this post and the linked articles to web framework developers.
BillDeHóra  blog  post  web  webdev  Java  JavaEE  framework  review  analysis  BillDeHora  REST  MVC  Model2  Action  software  architecture  Spring  SpringMVC  RESTFaces  JSF  Struts2  Reslet  JSR-311  Jersey 
november 2007 by rafaeldff
Links » Caja: Capability Javascript
"I’ve been running a team at Google for a while now, implementing capabilities in Javascript...." This is potentially a game-changer. CBS is one more on the list things I have to study. Damn, this computer science thing is freaking huge.
blog  post  Google  security  CBS  capabilities  Capability  javascript  compiler  language  preprocessor  BenLaurie  browser  sandbox  runtime  VM  authorization  Caja  webdev 
november 2007 by rafaeldff
/etc/init.d/hack start: Worst Measurement Ever
Erik Onnen comments on the famous Apache vs (Erlang) Yaws "benchmark". He points out the lack of transparency, the benchmark is not repeatable given the sparse info provided, and some possibly biased choices from the Yaws team.
blog  post  Erik  Onnen  benchmark  Erlang  Yaws  Apache  versus  comparison  web  server  webdev  scalability  critique  criticism  bias  experiment 
october 2007 by rafaeldff
Stefano's Linotype ~ Why Programmers suck at Picking Colors
Tips and pointers to help with the choice of a color scheme with usability in mind.
article  StefanoMazzocchi  color  UI  design  colors  HCI  usability  layout  webdev  tips  ColorScheme  perception  Munsell 
october 2007 by rafaeldff
Blogging From Berkeley: Session State is Evil
David Van Couvering succinctly reviews some common problems with server-side session state and reminds us of a not well-known property of the REST style, namely, the possibility of maintaining client-side "session" state.
DavidVanCouvering  Sun  web  REST  webdev  session  application  state  stateless  statelessness  clustering  Glassfish  HADB  availability 
september 2007 by rafaeldff
webdriver - Google Code
"WebDriver has a simple API designed to be easy to work with and can drive both real browsers, for testing javascript heavy applications, and a pure 'in memory' solution for faster testing of simpler applications."
project  opensource  APL  web  webdev  testing  client  session  driver  ThoughtWorks  html  http  javascript  automation  unit  test  java  library 
september 2007 by rafaeldff
blueprintcss - Google Code
Blueprint is a CSS framework, which aims to cut down on your CSS development time. It gives you a solid CSS foundation to build your project on top of, with an easy-to-use grid, sensible typography, and even a stylesheet for printing.
project  webdev  CSS  webdesign  design  web  framework  bluepring  blueprintcss  opensource  MITlicense 
september 2007 by rafaeldff
Prefetching Hints - Helping Firefox and Google speed up your site
Nice howto for enabling prefetching hints (via html head <link rel=''prefetch'' ...> and via Link: http headers emitted by Apache with mod_headers). Unfortunately IE (without google web accelerator) does not respond to the hints.
article  webdev  web  http  prefetch  performance  optimization  prefetching  hints  header  link  html  EdmundEdgar  via:BruceTognazzini  tips 
september 2007 by rafaeldff
» i18n: Internacionalização com JSTL » blog.caelum.com.br
Nice tutorial (in portuguese) for internationalization with JSTL (fmt tags).
tutorial  howto  pt-br  i18n  Java  JSTL  JSP  webdev  Caelum  blog  post  FabioKung 
august 2007 by rafaeldff
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