Learn X in Y minutes

Posted on Monday, November 21st, 2016

Learn X in Y minutes – Take a whirlwind tour of your next favorite language. Community-driven!

50 Shades of #FAFAFA

Posted on Friday, November 4th, 2016

50 Shades of #FAFAFA – A moderately inappropriate look at silly things designers do and don’t do.


Posted on Thursday, October 27th, 2016

Shave is a zero dependency javascript plugin that truncates multi-line text to fit within an html element based on a set max-height. It then stores the diff of the original text string in a hidden element following the visible text. This means the original text remains intact!


Posted on Monday, October 17th, 2016

CopperSmith – Very Simple Static Site Generator.


Posted on Monday, October 17th, 2016

Tesseract.js is a pure Javascript port of the popular Tesseract OCR engine.


Posted on Tuesday, October 11th, 2016

Kap – Capture your screen. An open-source screen recorder built with web technology.


Posted on Friday, October 7th, 2016

Slick – the last carousel you’ll ever need.

Web Animation Weekly

Posted on Monday, August 8th, 2016

Web Animation Weekly is a weekly email newsletter written by Rachel Nabors featuring the latest in animation across the web. Issue #83 features an animated Squirtle I made because, well, Pokemon GO!

Web Design in 4 minutes

Posted on Wednesday, July 27th, 2016

Let’s say you have a product, a portfolio, or just an idea you want to share with everyone on your own website. Before you publish it on the internet, you want to make it look attractive, professional, or at least decent to look at.

What is the first thing you need to work on?

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iOS 10 Introduces Autoplay Videos in Safari

Posted on Tuesday, July 26th, 2016

If you ever worked on a website that featured large, full-screen video backgrounds, you probably had to fall back to a still image or animated GIF on mobile. The main reason for this was that iOS did not honour the autoplay functionality that the desktop experience offered. A user interaction was required to trigger the playback of the video, and on the iPhone the video would then play in full screen mode — obscuring the rest of the webpage by default. The best solution at the time was to display an image file on these devices instead.
With the rollout of iOS 10 this fall, developers will now be able to use inline autoplay videos on their webpages (as long as there is no audio track, or the audio is muted). This is a big step forward for mobile design and development.
To get the full details, check out Jer Noble’s post on the WebKit Blog.

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