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TO Style Graffiti

Nifty graffiti ? All over TO Town. See more here! Advertisements

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Chrome Debugger: Network, Audit, Profile Panels

http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=35015678&server=vimeo.com&show_title=0&show_byline=0&show_portrait=0&color=00adef&fullscreen=1&autoplay=0&loop=0 Off Book: The Evolution of Music Online from PBS Arts on Vimeo. One of the hardest things to do in development is to go beyond debugging a system  to optimize its performance. Sometimes debugging exhaustion sets in and sometimes … Continue reading

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Chrome Debugger: Elements Panel

Think of the Chrome Debugger’s Elements Panel as your way to look at just the current web page being debugged with only your code on display which is exposed in the HTML file. Thus any code in  external files for … Continue reading

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Adobe Wallaby Flash to HTML5 Converter uses jQuery

Adobe’s Wallaby Flash to HTML5 Converter uses much open source code – this is the good news. The bad news is that the converter is still very much beta code – see all the details at our parent blog, theOpenSourcery.com. … Continue reading

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HTML5 Canvas == JavaScript

One of the dirty little secrets of HTML5 is that it bring even more Web coding right into HTML especially the popular Canvas bitmap manipulation features. Yes some amazing things can be done between the <canvas> and </canvas> tags; but … Continue reading

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JavaScript and E4X: Dec 2010 Edition

I did my annual search for E4X support – and IE9, Chrome, Opera, and Safari are still abstaining. Too bad. But also there is a E4X hater that is going to all the software Q&A sites and doing a Steve … Continue reading

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JavaScript Does Not Work on WordPress.com

I discovered today that JavaScript does not work in the free WordPress.com blogsite. Nor can you use iframes to sneak the code in from stored files. So without plugins and JavaScript users are dependent on what WordPress.com does provide. One of … Continue reading

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