There have been several handy tutorials released lately, and I thought it might be useful to collect a few of them here.
Ben Lister’s blog post, Getting Started with HTML5 Local Databases, is a clear, thorough introduction to client-side SQLite databases. The definitive resource is still Apple’s client-side storage reference, but Lister’s article is probably [...]
Exciting stuff this week—a lot of it Node.js-related. Node is reaching a critical mass, and now is a great time to get on board. With that, here’s the news:
We had our drawing late last week for two free passes to the Web Optimization Summit, then another drawing due to some communication issues with the first round. Our winners notified and have accepted. The first winner is Mik from productiveinsomnia.com. Our second winner requested anonymity.
Thanks to Christopher Schmitt for the passes to the online [...]
We’re trying something new here at JSMag: in addition to the monthly news column in the magazine, we’ll be featuring a weekly roundup of news here on the blog. We’ve got some great stuff to talk about this week, so let’s dive in.
IN THIS ISSUE…
A look at implementing client side caching using ExtJS and jQuery.
Shea Frederick joins us again, and has a look at the Raphaël library and how it helps to create vector graphics that are [...]