Larry Franks and Brian Swan on Open Source and Device Development in the Cloud
Happy Friday! Here's some reading for the weekend.
Windows Azure multi-factor authentication: If you need multi-factor authentication, it's now generally available (GA, released, whatever.)
Deploy pre-configured Oracle VMs on Windows Azure: If you need Oracle in the cloud.
Getting started with flat UI design: An explanation of flat UI and some useful resources.
Three.js and Babylon.js: A comparison between these two WebGL frameworks.
Make your text content mobile-friendly: Some strategies for text content.
Semantic UI: A more descriptive approach to web UI design.
Content strategy for mobile web design: Things to think about when designing for mobile.
Getting started with Web Components and Polymer.js: Good article on hacking around with Polymer.js.
FlowType.js: Adjust typography on the fly based on element width.
Easily port your Cocos2D-X game to Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8: For those of you making games.
Node v0.10.19 released: Another week, another Node.js release.
Node.js hackathon in Redmond, November 7-8: At the new 'Garage' facility in building 27 on the Microsoft campus.
Ruby 2.1: Ruby 2.1 was announced this week. Here's some of the planned changes.
Ruby 2.1 preview: And if you live on the bleeding edge, here's a preview of 2.1.
Rails security pitfalls: Securing rails.