Canvas is one of the most exciting features of HTML5, but it’s not necessarily an easy tool to use. Even once you’ve gotten the hang of it, the code written in service of the API can be extremely verbose, and not very pleasant to look at. No less than David Flanagan, author of the Rhino [...]
Archive for July 2010
Dojo 1.5 Released
Dojo 1.5 is out, and there’s a heck of a lot of new stuff in this release. In addition to improvements to the core codebase, there are scads of extremely useful feature additions. For instance, Dojo now shows how forward-looking it is with its excellent cross-browser support for HTML5 & CSS3 features, such [...]
Diffable was initially developed by members of the [...]
Data URIs make CSS sprites obsolete
The always prolific Nicholas Zakas has a great post up on his blog titled Data URIs [...]
A lot of this week’s news this week is from some of the big shots (Yahoo!, Microsoft, and Mozilla), but it’s still pretty cool stuff so read on for the latest.
ES5 support in IE9
The Internet Explorer team has been hard at work on building as much ECMAScript5 (ES5) support as possible into IE9.
Kangax has updated [...]