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Recording: Debugging Mobile Applications Presentation

Apr 18, 2014 7:22 PM
Rating: (Total Clicks 4)

Thank you to everyone who attended (not sure how many - 20+ I think?) my Google Hangout presentation today. I think I'm getting used to the platform but as always, if anyone has any tips for how I could do these better, I'll gladly listen to your advice. You can watch the recording below. I'm not attaching the slide deck as there aren't any 'real' demo files for you to play with, but if anyone really wants it, I will. (translate)

Recording: Debugging Mobile Applications Presentation

Apr 18, 2014 7:22 PM
Rating: (Total Clicks 5)

Thank you to everyone who attended (not sure how many - 20+ I think?) my Google Hangout presentation today. I think I'm getting used to the platform but as always, if anyone has any tips for how I could do these better, I'll gladly listen to your advice. You can watch the recording below. I'm not attaching the slide deck as there aren't any 'real' demo files for you to play with, but if anyone really wants it, I will. (translate)

Sites We Like: Molly & Me Pecans, 25 Mile, & Kobia

Apr 18, 2014 7:21 PM
Rating: (Total Clicks 3)

Do you know where your food comes from? This week, we’re getting up close to a few sources, beginning with dessert (as one does) and working all the way down to the raw ingredients. The homepage of Molly & Me Pecans wastes no time getting to the goods: a close-up image of crispy sugared pecans […] (translate)

Another Weekly to Sign Up For...

Apr 18, 2014 5:21 PM
Rating: (Total Clicks 7)

I've blogged before about some excellent newsletters to sign up in regards to web dev. A new one has just launched - Mobile Web Weekly. This newsletter is curated by two friends of mine - Brian Rinaldi and Holly Schinsky. Check it out. To get an idea of what they are covering, here is the latest issue, with a story by yours truly. (translate)

Another Weekly to Sign Up For...

Apr 18, 2014 3:33 PM
Rating: (Total Clicks 3)

I've blogged before about some excellent newsletters to sign up in regards to web dev. A new one has just launched - Mobile Web Weekly. This newsletter is curated by two friends of mine - Brian Rinaldi and Holly Schinsky. Check it out. To get an idea of what they are covering, here is the latest issue, with a story by yours truly. (translate)

CSS Shapes Editor for Brackets

Apr 17, 2014 9:57 PM
Rating: (Total Clicks 14)

CSS Shapes open a lot of design possibilities with the ability to wrap content inside and around custom paths. However, creating the actual shapes used to be a cumbersome process. You’d use an image authoring tool to create paths, export them, maybe adjust them to conform to CSS shapes syntax, import them into your stylesheet,... (translate)

Synchronized animations in CSS and SVG

Apr 17, 2014 9:21 PM
Rating: (Total Clicks 14)

In the blog post “SVG animations, CSS Animations, CSS Transitions” I looked at the animation hierarchy of declarative animations. In this blog post I take a closer look at synchronizing declarative animations. A global time line is important for synchronizing animations. All running animations must be mapped to this time line. The start time of each... (translate)

Photoshop Live - Charlie And The 3D Egg

Apr 17, 2014 7:02 PM
Rating: (Total Clicks 13)

I love this Adobe Photoshop CC #CreativityForAll video! And here are some details on how you can get your hands on one of Charlie's exclusive 3D eggs. (translate)

Article: HTML out of the Browser

Apr 17, 2014 3:21 PM
Rating: (Total Clicks 10)

Very happy to announce the first publication of an article of mine on the Mozilla Hacks blog. This article is a bit of a departure for me. Less techy and more touchy feelie. Broadly, the article is a look at how HTML (well, web standards in general) are branching out of the browser. Probably some (or most) of this is known to my readers, but I felt like a look at this phenomenon was worthwhile. I hope you enjoy it as well. HTML out of the Browser (translate)

“Proof Copy” for Soft Proofing in Lightroom

Apr 17, 2014 12:55 PM
Rating: (Total Clicks 6)

With Soft Proofing enabled, the first time that you make a change to your image, Lightroom presents a dialog asking if you want to “Create virtual copy for soft proofing?” If you choose “Create Proof Copy”, Lightroom automatically creates a virtual copy allowing you to preserve your previous settings (in the master file), and create […] (translate)

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