Excellent article about bridging the gap between design and development, exercising some consideration for your fellow digital media workers. In honor of all of us who have ever received a photoshop file with 2,000 layers, no folders, all named “Layer xxxx” or “Layer xxxx copy xx”…
The Semantic GRID SYSTEM Page layout for tomorrow.
Set column and gutter widths, choose the number of columns, and switch between pixels and percentages. All without any ugly .grid_x classes in your markup. Oh, and did we mention it’s responsive? Brought to you by LESS.js and the creator of 1KB Grid.
Google has announced a new set of APIs for its Chrome web browser, which are designed to connect applications and sites across the web. Web Intents, as Google is calling its new meta-website API, allows websites to pass data between each other —for example, to edit a photograph or share a URL with friends.
With this new Hangout extension, now you can do more than simply chat – you can collaborate on text-based files, too. Mansour suggests this would be a great extension for developers to use for code collaboration, for example.
Cool new extension idea by Mohamed Mansour. Read the review over on TechCrunch.
Implementing the canvas and video elements in HTML5
**Side note: If you haven’t yet seen IBM’s developerWorks site (www.ibm.com/developerWorks/), take a moment to check it out…pretty nice resource, especially for some more in-depth tutorials that are sometimes hard to find. Besides tutorials there are code examples, ebooks, software, forums…overall, not too shabby for ol’ big blue.