Larry Franks and Brian Swan on Open Source and Device Development in the Cloud
Flying this weekend, so definitely need stuff to read. Here's part of what I will be reading while traveling.
What's new in Chrome 36: New stuff in chrome including full support for web components.
Web components aren't ready for production: Not yet at least.
LREditor: An editor for HTML5 2D games.
CSS Shapes: Because not everything needs to be a rectangle.
Introduction to Swift: An introduction to Apple's new language.
Moving beyond responsive, to the adaptive web: But I just figured out how responsive worked!
LED matrix display with Jonny-Five: Arduino + Node.js
Getting started with Azure Service Bus Event Hubs: An introduction to this new preview service
IoT with Azure Service Bus Event Hubs: Authenticating and sending from any type of device (.net and JS samples.)
httpolyglot: A module for serving http and https over the same port.
Resful APIs with Express: Pretty much everything needs a REST API.
Managing garbage collection: Performance tip.
Model driven development: Plus a new product from StrongLoop
SQL Server and Node.js: A very good read the adventures of figuring out how NTLM auth works when connecting to SQL Server.
Node.js, Azure and IIS: An interesting bit of info on running Node.js under IISNode.
Ruby bookmarks: A collection of links for learning Ruby.
Run a remote rails production console: Via Capistrano.
Zero downtime database migrations: Definitely nice to have.
Processing and Ruby: Using Ruby with Processing for graphics.
How to create and share a Vagrant base box: In case you need to set something up for a bunch of developers.
iTerm2: A terminal emulator for OS X.
openFrameworks + universal Windows apps: You can now create universal apps for Windows using openFrameworks.