Larry Franks and Brian Swan on Open Source and Device Development in the Cloud
It's late Friday-post day! Got caught up in a project on Friday and completely forgot about posting this. Or maybe it was a Friday the 13th thing. Anyway, better late than never.
HTML5 Geolocation: For those location aware web sites you want to write.
HTML5 Gaming: Benchmarking sprite animations: Useful if you're working on an HTML5 game.
HTML5 live video streaming via WebSockets: This is pretty neat - streaming video from an iPhone, to a server that does some encoding, then out to clients over WebSockets.
Examples of mobile design patterns: A review of a forms, search, and gallery design that works well on mobile.
CSS length explained: A detailed discussion about the various units of length used in stylesheets.
Client-side full-text search in CSS: Implement full-text search using CSS selectors.
Speech recognition in the browser: Seems to be a Chrome only thing for now.
Event emitter, pub sub, or deferred promises...which should you use?: Some basic guidance on when to use which.
Promise patterns: Even more about promises! I promise (hah!) that this is the last one for today.
Understanding ECMAScript 6 arrow functions: Something new to learn.
GitHubReminder: For people like me, who star tons of things and then forget about them.
Security of Java takes a dangerous turn for the worse: Check to make sure your on the latest version with the latest patches.
Enjoy! - Larry