A little fun, and educational, watching…
Ever had to deal with really long titles inside of a tabbed menu? Neither have I, but if I ever do, an animated-ellipsis-overflow would be a pretty slick way to deal with it!
Another intro to Command Line, for anyone (like me) that could use it.
HIV-positive infant completely cured for first time. I think that headline says it all!
Learn CSS Layout. Maybe a little basic for anyone reading this, but I tend to always find something I either never picked-up or never came across, regardless of how basic a tutorial is.
For anyone with the time to listen, surely a ton to learn from the Responsive Day Out audio recordings!
And I’m not trying to make that look silly, but, yeah…
The Ultimate Helmet… Period. Nay, Exclamation Point!!
But I’m not sure why they need that Bluetooth controller, when they could just plug it straight into your brain… Yikes!
And when you need to recharge that rechargable battery, just bust-out your ReadySet Solar Kit, which charges using solar, wind, pedal, or hydropower…
Yet another fantastic walk-through on building a modern-day website, but starting with “talking” and “planning”, not just diving into coding. This is way it should be done, folks…
Nice, simple, modern, responsive example of a fixed-position, vertical menu. Even making use of font-icons!
And it’s cousin, the horizontal menu…
And speaking of menus, I never thought I’d find anything (other than products) that I admired about the Amazon website, but this new drop-down technique is just plain sweet…
Scriptless Slides is just that, navigating through the slides using the newly-hyped checkbox-to-affect-CSS pattern.
The ES6 Rest Parameter looks promising, when it’s eventually usable in production, but the jewel that caught my eye was using something like this:
var items = .slice.call(arguments, 1);
to be able to loop through an object, instead of having to use a
Nettuts has compiled a Recommended Resources list. Gonna need to crawl through that…
In our world of mobile, digital devices, it is easy to forget that people do still click Print icons. So, let’s all take a refresher course on the long-forgot
Terrific run-down of debugging alternatives, from console panels to Fiddler and beyond.
And finally, how does your commute time stack-up?