29
Aug

JQUERY 1.7+ .ON() VS .LIVE() REVIEW

I was playing around with jQuery in my recent project. I wasn’t quite clear about the difference between ‘live’ and ‘delegate’ events handling . So asked my best friend google and it gave me quite a list of results. Went through these list and found a best explanation in ‘http://www.jquery4u.com/’

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27
Aug

Why Moving Elements With Translate() Is Better Than Pos:abs Top/left

In modern days we have two primary options for moving an element across the screen:

  1. using CSS 2D transforms and translate()
  2. using position:absolute and top/left

Recently I had a problem with these when I was animating using adobe edge animate. Google search through google took me into this Paul Irish blog where he had done some debugging to find the difference between two.

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15
Aug

Google Might Change Google.com And Make Using The Internet Better

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12
Aug

Dynamic Open Source JavaScript Libraries for Web Projects

The open source movement has created a sea of new code libraries to work with. You can’t search through Google without finding a heap of new open source projects based on PHP, Ruby, JavaScript, Python, really any popular language.

In this guide I would like to focus on some popular JavaScript libraries used in front end web development. Each project you create will have a different need for dynamic effects. Use this collection as a simple guide to look around and see what is out there. And be vigilant in checking out any new open source libraries which may be of interest to you.

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9
Aug

Responsive Web Design With Physical Units

This post should be titled “Getting Ahead of Yourself.” “…By a Few Years,” actually. Here’s the deal: at the time I’m writing this, early 2013, there’s no way to accurately design for the Web using physical units, nor will there be for a very long time. But there is a way to design while knowing the physical characteristics of the device — or, at least, there will be in the very near future.

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