Archive for August 2010
Without a doubt the biggest news of the week has to be the announcement of jQuery Mobile. While the project hasn’t been particularly secret until now, this is the first official announcement of the project, and the first concrete information about what kinds of capabilities the framework will offer and what devices will be [...]
HTML5 Boilerplate & HTML5 Reset
HTML5 Reset (by Monkeydo) and HTML5 Boilerplate (Paul Irish & Divya Manian) are new HTML5 project skeletons. If you’re about to start a new HTML5 site, you can reach for one of these all-in-one kits that include everything you need to write great, forward-looking code, while still maintaining support for legacy [...]
indieconf is the conference for freelance and independent web professionals. Whether you’re a developer, designer, or somewhere in between, indieconf will help you take your freelancing to the next level.
How do I get more clients?
How do I charge higher rates?
How should I market myself?
What sort of legal structure should I choose?
These questions and many more [...]
JSPerf is an extremely awesome new way to create & share performance tests. The idea is simple: you provide a bit of HTML on which the code your testing will operate, and then add at least two alternative snippets to process that markup. You can then run the tests at the push of a button, [...]