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  • 10 Tips for Creating a Responsive WordPress Site

    In this article we’re going to look at ten different ways of building a responsive WordPress site. For some of you, nothing is more appealing than to build a site from scratch, but that’s not necessary unless you’re a hard-core programmer. Instead, we’ll look at tools and methods to make the process easier.

  • Working with the Battery Status API in HTML5 Web Applications

    This article walks web developers through the basics of the battery status API which is available as part of HTML5 specification. Knowledge of this API will enable creating web applications aware of the battery status on devices.

  • 10 WordPress Design Mistakes to Avoid

    In this article we look at ways of customizing the Moboom interface for the desktop, tablet, smart phone and special phones like the Blackberry.

  • The IFRAME Technique for Testing Web Pages

    The new Jasmine 2.0 done() method replaces the runs() and waitsFor() methods of earlier versions to make it more similar to other testing frameworks. In today's article, Rob Gravelle covers how to use Jasmine 2.0's done() method to test DOM events without polluting the test page with test code.

  • Working with the History API in HTML5

    This article walks web developers through the basics of working with the history API available in HTML5.

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  • Leverage Your HTML5 Savvy to Build Commercial, Cross-Platform Apps and Games

    An unexpected player has entered the fray with a tool that makes HTML5 mobile development easy while also directly addressing some of the shortcomings of Web technologies in mobile apps. See a demonstration of how quickly you can begin creating your own apps using HTML5.

  • Common Techniques in Responsive Web Design

    This article about responsive Web design explores techniques for designing and implementing layouts that respond to the context of a user’s device, including handling grid-layout, bandwidth-sensitive image scaling and optimization of text and form fields.

  • Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse with HTML5 and SVG: Text, Paths and Basic Animation

    Of all the features of HTML5, SVG has gotten precious little attention. Learn how it can create visually appealing pages, while possibly saving you from the impending zombie apocalypse.

  • Getting to Know CSS3 Selectors, Part 1: Structural Pseudo-Classes

    Most of us are already familiar with id and class selectors, and I introduced you to the beauty of attribute selectors in “Understanding CSS Selectors.” But there’s so much more. In this two-part series, I’ll look at the new selectors in CSS3, starting with structural pseudo-classes.

  • Video: Building High-Performing JavaScript for Modern Engines

    This in-depth video discus’s the key insights and optimizations implemented in browser JavaScript engines, such as Chakra in Internet Explorer 10 or V8 in Chrome as well as the best practices for taking advantage of these optimizations in your code and learn how to pinpoint JavaScript performance problems using appropriate tools and more.

  • HTML and Graphics Tutorials

  • 8 Rules to Follow When Using TWAIN for Your Image Capture Web App

    This article will touch upon the history of TWAIN and its wide use before diving into developer planning considerations. With a focus on developing image capturing applications to use within web-based document management applications, the article will uncover 8 rules for TWAIN-based application development.

  • Adobe Photoshop to Edge Reflow Tips and Tricks

    In this article we continue our exploration of Photoshop CC, Edge Reflow CC and the new Generator plugin with the intention of quickly exporting web layouts from Photoshop into Reflow in a web ready format. As you'll see, the process needs some work.

  • Connecting Adobe Photoshop to Edge Reflow

    In this article we look at the process of connecting Adobe Photoshop to Edge Reflow with the Generator plugin. Note that this is designed for both Photoshop and Reflow within the Creative Cloud.

  • Beyond HTML

  • Making Promises With jQuery Deferred

    Ajax has the limitation of only supporting one callback function. jQuery introduced the Deferred object in version 1.5 to solve this problem. It can register multiple callbacks into callback queues, invoke callback queues, and relay the success or failure state of any synchronous or asynchronous function. Rob Gravelle shows how to use the Deferred object with Promises.

  • Using JavaScript's CSS3 Selectors

    The HTML5 selectors API has given Web developers unprecedented access to document elements. Developed by the W3C, the Selectors API provides a way of easily accessing elements in the DOM using a standardized syntax. Rob Gravelle shows how to use JavaScript to reference page elements using the new CSS selectors.

  • Primers

  • 8 Rules to Follow When Using TWAIN for Your Image Capture Web App

    This article will touch upon the history of TWAIN and its wide use before diving into developer planning considerations. With a focus on developing image capturing applications to use within web-based document management applications, the article will uncover 8 rules for TWAIN-based application development.

  • Inside Moboom, a New Mobile Experience

    In this article we're going to have a look at Moboom, a platform for creating responsive web designs for desktop, tablet and mobile devices.

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