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2012.Feb. 15
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css mess / Mikel

css mess / Mikel


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2012.Feb. 15
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Resolution Independence With SVG »

In this article, we’ll look at Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), one of the most underused technologies in website development today.


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2012.Feb. 15
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Paper.js »

Paper.js is an open source vector graphics scripting framework that runs on top of the HTML5 Canvas. It offers a clean Scene Graph / Document Object Model and a lot of powerful functionality to create and work with vector graphics and bezier curves, all neatly wrapped up in a well designed, consistent and clean programming interface.

(Source: smashingmagazine.com)


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2012.Feb. 15
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In this video you’ll learn how one of the most popular mobile games of 2011 - Cut The Rope - was brought to the web in HTML5. Semyon Voinov and Denis Morozov from Zeptolab, creators of the game, explain how they collaborated with Pixel Lab’s Robby Ingebretsen and Joel Fillmore to bring Om Nom to life on the web! Play the game yourself at http://www.cuttherope.ie.


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2012.Feb. 15
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HTML 5 Element Flowchart

HTML 5 Element Flowchart


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2012.Feb. 15
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Using chartwell »

Chartwell is a font specifically for making simple and beautiful pie charts, bar charts, and line graphs. It’s as simple as writing out simple equations like 40+20+25+15. In desktop software like Adobe Illustrator, you control the graph by writing out the formula in that font then turning on ligatures. On the web, the formula is in text and you apply the font via @font-face and a JavaScript polyfill for ligature support. Browser support goes back even to IE 6.