Archive for the ‘aggregated’ Category

IE6 – The End is Near!

Tuesday, June 8th, 2010

Great article from StatCounter says that IE6 has dropped below 5%, giving me a reason to get rid of this 8 year old laptop I have on my desk to test websites in the ancient browser. Of course you are still in trouble if you're target audience is Africa… but if so, I think you knew that anyway.

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Apple Responds to Adobe Hearting Them

Monday, May 17th, 2010

Adobe hearts Choice.

Adobe hearts open markets.

Adobe hearts Apple.

And what about Apple?

Freaking brilliant. Credit goes to Zeldman.com.

IE6 – The Kryptonite of Developers

Friday, April 23rd, 2010

The credit for this pic goes entirely to SmashingMagazine, but I couldn’t resist having this picture posted on the blog, especially a few days after the Big Bang Theory post. Credit also to @notmessenger for showing it to Club AJAX.

Adobe Gives Up

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

According to ComputerWorld, Apple has made even further moves to prevent Flash from appearing on the iPhone or iPad:

Apple changed the language of its newest iPhone software developers kit (SDK) license to ban developers from using cross-platform compilers, tools that let them write in one framework, say JavaScript or .Net, and then recompile it in native code for another platform, like the iPhone.

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Create modern Web sites using HTML5 and CSS3

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

IBM developerWorks has posted one of the more in depth tutorials on getting you up to speed with HTML5 and CSS3.

New features in HTML5

New features in CSS3

And much more including examples and demos. Very thorough reference.

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/web/tutorials/wa-html5/