Last Call for Comments on CSS Speech module
Anyone interested in adding comments to the CSS Speech module specification now has until Sep 30 to do so. The W3C has issued its last working draft of the spec designed to match the model described by the Speech Synthesis Markup Language v1.1.
Announcing YUI 3.4.0 and the new YUILibrary.com
George Puckett announces v3.4.0 of the YUI is now on CDN and to download along with a completely revised and revamped YUILibrary.com to provide documentation for the same. He highlights several new beta features and those moved from beta to GA status, as well as providing links to full release notes
HTML5-Powered VNC Implementation noVNC Let's You Access Remote Systems
Rey Bango highlights an HTML5-powered VNC client called noVNC written by Joel Martin and available to download from github. The client is based on WebSockets and Canvas. A demo video is included.
Pascal Finette announces the beta launch of the new look Mozilla Labs site, the aims of the site and how to provide feedback to the dev team
11 hard truths about HTML5
Peter Wayner steps into pop our bubble of HTML5 love and point out that there are still some serious pain points and limitations to the new standard and its implementations
Into the Ring with knockout.js
Dan Wellman demonstrates how to use knockout.js to build a simple interface that displays a list of contacts and then allows the user to filter and sort it. This part one of the tutorial
Into the Ring with knockout.js: Part 2 – the Rematch
In part 2 of his tutorial, Dan Wellman continues to build upon his knockout.js-based contact list, adding paging and "dependant observables" (events on sets of properties) to the application.
KnockoutJS Needs a Better Set of Tutorials
In response to some of the code in part two of Dan Wellman’s tutorial, Rob Conery calls out for better tutorials and clean code from Knockout.js writers, and…
The Backbone.js Todo List Sample, Refactored
Rob Conery takes a two part look at the Todo list tutorial that's listed on backbone.js central git repository and attempts to refactor what he finds there. Part two of his article is here.
Real World CSS Practices
Matt Ward lists out and explains eight rules he has developed over several years for working with CSS, from code format to conventions to simple typography rules
A New Tutorial Everyday until DojoConf
As part of the countdown until DojoConf 2011 on Sep 16 in Arlington, VA, SitePen has announced they will be releasing a new Dojo tutorial every day until then. They have already released three, Form management with dojox.form.manager, Data modelling for MVC Applications, and Using Dojo Data
speak.js: Text-to-Speech on the Web
Four essential HTML5 canvas tips
Hakim El Hattab gives four quick tips to improve your use of the canvas: reusing as many pixels as possible between frames, using composite modes, working around anti-aliasing for crisper line drawing, and clearing the canvas by resizing it.
Hyphenation arrives in Firefox and Safari
Fontdeck explains what hyphenation is and shows how to use the CSS3 Hyphenation attributes which Firefox and Safari have just begun to support
postcard from Paris – css3 keyframes animations in use
PeHaa demonstrates CSS3 Keyframe Animation by creating an animated greetings card of Eiffel Tower.
CSS Selectors: Just the Tricky Bits
Joshua Johnson walks through the various CSS selectors we can use and how they can be combined. He explains parents, children, siblings, descendants and ancestors, the child and sibling selectors, selector chaining, the universal selector, attribute and pseudo-class selectors
Little-Known CSS3 Typographic Features
Louis Lazaris looks at three new properties in the CSS3 fonts module - font-stretch, font-size-adjust & font-kerning - and reminds us of the alternate values for font-weight
Custom AJAX Content Handling with the Dojo Toolkit
David Walsh demonstrates how to use dojo.contentHandlers for handling the results of AJAX requests.
CSS-Tricks #100 : Let’s write semantic markup! We spend an entire hour looking at a Photoshop design and writing HTML5 markup that describes what we see. We try and be as semantic as we can and discuss the challenges of that as they come up. (62:07)
Design Festival Podcast #15: Web Accessibility with Dennis Lembrée (47:36)
Lullabot Podcast #95: Who is Jeffrey Zeldman? The reigning king of web standards, Jeffrey Zeldman, speaks with Lullabot's Jared Ponchot and Jeff Robbins about the evolution and future directions of web technology (71:35)
Function Source Episode 2 : Charles Jolley of Strobe/SproutCore/MobileMe talks about App Delivery Networks (like CDNs but for apps) and the HP WebOS announcement
Code Demos \ Downloads
Create Spinning Progress Indicator with Spin.js – Ray Cheung
Rendering HTML+CSS to Canvas – Rob Evans
Kendo UI overview video now live – Kendo UI team
Cross Browser CSS Box Shadows – David Walsh