Viewing by month: May 2012


Best of JavaScript, HTML5 & CSS3 - Week of May 21, 2012

Posted on May 29, 2012

Another very busy week this week including many new libraries and general JavaScript and HTML5 tutorials. Sorry for the delay in posting but between the holiday yesterday and travel, things got delayed. In fact, there are some posts from last week still in my reading queue, just ┬áin case you’re wondering why your article didn't make it into my list this week. I am spending this week in San Francisco at the Fluent conference, which is O’Reilly’s JavaScript conference. If you happen to be attending, please say hello.

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Best of JavaScript, HTML5 & CSS3 - Week of May 14, 2012

Posted on May 21, 2012

I obviously don't keep any statistics on this type of information, but just looking down the list of posts from this past week I feel safe is calling this the busiest week since I started doing this post many months ago. The topics were varied from discussions of JavaScript frameworks like Ember and Require to CSS pre processing with LESS and SASS to a variety of pure JavaScript and CSS tutorials. I know there's a lot of reading here, but trust me that I do my best to ensure that anything that makes this list is worth the time.

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JavaScript and Mobile Development Tutorials

Posted on May 15, 2012

One of the best things about my job with the Adobe Developer Connection is that I get to work with a ton of great authors writing about topics that I personally care about. Over the past months, we've already managed to publish a long list of fantastic tutorials and articles on JavaScript and mobile development using web standards and we've got a lot more in the pipeline that I am very excited about.

Nonetheless, one thing we aren't always good at, but working to improve, is offering you a way to easily find these articles, especially once they are no longer new. Sure, we have a tag browser, but you would be forgiven for not knowing it existed prior to today. You can also follow our articles via RSS but, at the moment, there's no way to do so by topic (as far as I know).

To try to temporarily remedy this, I wanted to share with my readers some of our recent articles covering JavaScript and mobile. While this isn't every article and video the ADC published on these these topics, it is every one I have personally recruited for our site - and I am, quite honestly, proud of every one. You can also learn about new articles via our ADC blog, as I post the "story" of each one as they are published. Hopefully you've found these articles useful - and will check the HTML5 and CSS3 developer center each week for new articles like these.

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Best of JavaScript, HTML5 & CSS3 - Week of May 7, 2012

Posted on May 14, 2012

Lots of new libraries and plugins this week as well as a number of great tutorials on HTML5 features like application cache, audio, drag and drop file handling and requestAnimationFrame. The application cache article seems to have garnered some unwanted attention for its language but it really is a fantastic article and worth the read. I post these links as I discover them on Twitter or Facebook.

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Best of JavaScript, HTML5 & CSS3 - Week of April 30, 2012

Posted on May 07, 2012

This week features a lot of outstanding content including a number of new libraries and microlibraries this week as well as a couple tutorials on Adobe Shadow, jQuery Mobile, CoffeeScript and Node among others. Plus, the second issue of Appliness, the digital magazine for developers, is out and includes lots of great articles including original content. I definitely recommend checking it out. As always, if you want to get these updates as I discover them, follow me on Twitter or Facebook.

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My name is Brian Rinaldi and I am the Web Community Manager for Flash Platform at Adobe. I am a regular blogger, speaker and author. I also founded RIA Unleashed conference in Boston. The views expressed on this site are my own & not those of my employer.