Articles & Experiments
Hans Sprecher, @honzie
- Making Change Solving a classic interview question in pure CSS.
- CSS AI II A drinking game in CSS, with 80% fewer lines of code.
- Pure CSS AI Teaching CSS to play games. No JS needed.
- Pure CSS Counter Click on the screen and watch the number increment. No JS needed.
- Meet RecordScript A small open source library helps read, write, and query HTML5's Local Storage.
- Separation of Church & State Explore where interactivity belongs. Things are more complex than the common mantra: HTML for content, CSS for style, JS for interaction.
- CSS3 Interactive Interfaces Using CSS3 for UI's that once could only be done with JS.
- A Posteriori Touch Gestures What makes new touch gestures good, and why the Surface gets it.
- What Local Storage Means for Content (at gathercontent.com) Cases for storing content locally instead of in—or in addition to—the cloud.
- Novices & Masters Thoughts on mastery and advancing understanding of web development.
- Local Storage Sync Considering Google's missing sync option and local storage that isn't purely local.
- The Philosophy of Content Strategy (at gathercontent.com) Interview with the good folks over at Gather Content.
- Responsive Content: Director's Cut More on responsive content, with AJAX lazy loading, linking, and demos. Based on my SXSW 2012 talk.
- CSS3 Letterpress Use CSS3's text-shadow property to indent letters for the classic feel of letter-pressed type.
- Remarketing: Overdone Adsense normally stalks you quietly. Sometimes, though, it emerges from the dark alley on all sides.
- Responsive Content Field Guide A look into parring down content for some devices.
- Findability: SEO, UX Cage Match Search engines are a tool for users. Make sure they can find the content they desire.
- Human Test Driven Development: TDD for the Front End Applying TDD to the human side of the development process.
- QR Codes: A Mirage in the Desert These little squares of encoded data often suck—don't let them. Used correctly, QR codes can unlock massive amounts of data.
- Simulating Mobile Sites on an iPad A quick and dirty trick to showcase your iPhone website on the iPad. Good for corporate boardrooms and sales demos.