So are you ready for this?This website is gesture based. Meaning you move your hand around your web cam and it performs actions like scrolling etc. Check out: www.rhlvision.com... Read More
I am very pleased to announce our very own monthly web show on youtube. The pilot episode was more of an experiment and I assure you the quality will only get better from here.
We are going to cover the latest topics in web development with this show.
In this first episode, we have covered
a web design inspiration
a css trick and
impress.js (a new powerpoint alternative)
So without further adieu, here’s the first webisode of The... Read More
One line review: Bracket is pretty neat and in some ways, but it has its own drawbacks (which will be rectified of course).
Companies these days are cranking out text editors like sausages.
So Adobe has come up with a new text editor known as ‘Brackets Sprint’ (available at http://brackets.io/) which seems will like pose a challenge to notepad++ but which organizes content like eclipse.
The only thing I found good about this new... Read More
Forms can be a complicated thing. Once I worked on a website form that had literally hundreds of fields. It was a huge pain in the ass to code it (loads of redundant work). However, as a user, it can be VERY VERY irritating to fill up a form in one single go. For example, you can come across a form which has around 50 fields and when you reach the 49th field, it asks you to fill up an information which you do not have with you at the moment and... Read More
These days, no matter where I go, I am seeing a trend in web designing where if it is a brochure style website, people are creating a single landing page where the rest of the pages of the website are put one after the other. To simplify the process, some folks have developed an awesome new tool called pagescroller.com
As of now, it is a free plugin based off of jQuery. I’ll say download it before it becomes a “paid plugin”.... Read More
Essentially it just provides you with an editor and as you type, you can see the results immediately in real time. In chrome it even supports HTML5. Essentially, it supports whatever your browser supports. (Like I said, consider it just a simple text editor that shows you results in real time.
One great feature of tinkerbin.com is that you can save your session and... Read More