Articles tagged 'HTML5'

ZOMBIE: Remote control of the DOM

What if you could have a rich web frontend without developing one?

"use pure"; in Javascript

a modest proposal for better javascript: like "use strict" but purer.

FloBot: A Graphical Dataflow Language for Robots

Working on a graphical dataflow language for educational robotics.

The Emperor's New Closure: Functional Programming in Javascript

OSDC 2015 Hobart

OSDC 2015 "Talking with Leviathan: Interfacing Open Source to SAP"

Tranquil APIs

Tranquil is a protocol framework which is designed to be very simple and very extensible.

Static Sites using jQuery to appear Dynamic

A couple of people have mentioned that while they like the idea of offloading their site to a CDN, they're not ready to have their site look like some relic from 1999 ...

Static vs. Dynamic Sites

The current storm in a teacup seems to be about static vs. dynamic website design. As usual, this is a False Dichotomy ... actually, there's a whole range of options to explore.

Basic Mobile App Architecture

I want to discuss some weirder things on this blog, but I think it'd be a good idea to start off with an overview of how to build a very simple HTML5- or Native App friendly architecture.

Using Closures in Javascript

I've written a bunch of HTML5 / javascript stuff in recent years which uses closures as a way of never actually having to traverse the DOM. It is easy, fast, works well within the Chrome debugger and reduces your reliance on jQuery (etc).

Mouse Events, Canvas and Splines in Javascript / HTML5

HTML5 Canvas reminds me of the good old days of the `APPLE ][` ... this article looks at how to do some interesting things with Canvas and numeric.js Splines.

Taming "cache.manifest" Caching