It’s easy to get caught up in the hype – especially when it comes to any Apple product or OS release – so I’m trying to curb my enthusiasm about this. Although, at first blush, it does look and “feel” so much more familiar than Objective C. Is this Apple saying, “We were doing it wrong….
This one needs very little explanation. Get some SVG-driven social buttons for you responsive site: http://kurtnoble.com/labs/rrssb
Foundation 5 is available and that’s great. This framework only gets better with each release. One specific feature I want to highlight is the Interchange feature they have for responsive content. They offered this in their 4.2 release nearly a year ago but I haven’t worked with the Foundation framework for a while…am only now…
Time for some shameless self promotion. I bring you, imgBBQ (Images Beyond Basic Queries). RWD is great but let’s go beyond basic CSS media queries and give some love to the reality of varying connection speeds, mobile, and displays with high pixel density (Retina, etc). Read more about it and see some demos.
Not new but newly added to my list of “must haves”. Works on IE 7+ and modern browsers. This is a highly-customizable and all around awesome way to query data objects. Doesn’t depend on Bootstrap but plays nicely with it. See the demos and download it at http://twitter.github.io/typeahead.js
Asynchronous templates for the browser and node.js. That pretty much says it all. Check out DustJS if you’re open to a new JS template experience.
If you’re as enthusiastic as I am about Google Maps API custom styles that came available over the past year or so, you’ll love Snazzy Maps. No, this isn’t another map service. It’s a gallery of custom style code snippets that people have written to the Google Maps API for custom styles. I’ve written a…