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HTML5 and CSS3 Readiness Visualization

15. June 2010

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Paul Irish and Divya Manian have created a fun visualization on readiness of HTML5 and CSS3 standards in various browsers. It uses a bunch of the usual CSS cool-suspects: -webkit-gradient, -webkit-transition, -webkit-border-radius, and the like (and -moz/-o too). The added feature is.... do a mouse scroll on the page: PLAIN TEXT JAVASCRIPT:   jQuery(document).bind('DOMMouseScroll mousewheel', function(e, delta) {     var newval,   [...]

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YouTube and Vimeo turn on HTML5 video tag

1. March 2010

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At Google I/O the team showed a demo of YouTube running video right in the browser, instead of in the rectangle of Flash. Now, that URL takes you to the beta, which you can opt-in too. I am torn on what to write on this showcase though.... so, especially since it is Friday, here are two [...]

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Network Monitor Experts Extension For Microsoft Network Monitor

2. July 2009

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Version 3.3 of the Microsoft Network Monitor has been released a few months ago. The Network Monitor application has been designed for capturing and analysing of network traffic. The new version of Network Monitor added a few exciting features to the network monitoring software including the ability to add so called Experts – standalone applications [...]

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FireDiff: Firebug extension to track changes to DOM and CSS

17. April 2009

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Kevin Decker has released FireDiff a very cool Firebug extension that tracks changes to the page and CSS. Firediff implements a change monitor that records all of the changes made by firebug and the application itself to CSS and the DOM. This provides insight into the functionality of the application as well as provide a record [...]

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