Category Archives: HTML5

Atlanta Code Camp 2013

I just wrapped up speaking at Atlanta Code Camp! I spoke on the Modern Development Workflow, the acronym laden one we all are faced with today. Thanks to all who attended and super thanks to the conference organizers! They put … Continue reading

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AngularJS and a JS prototypal inheritance gotcha

Like many of you I’ve been shoring up my bits on AngularJS from Google. Really slick stuff that in short, extends HTML with attributes, something possible since well before HTML5: HTML5 Data Attributes. While watching a series of videos on … Continue reading

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Pi, Monte Carlo, and SVG fun with some requestAnimationFrame() thrown in

To dive into some performance research and testing, I needed a example that ran some JS loop action and created lots of nodes for your friend the DOM. Why not use a simple Pi approximation with a graphical representation? Enter … Continue reading

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SVG! What’s your vector Vector?

So, I got to playing with SVG in the old browser today. Amazing stuff can be had with this. SVG for the folks under that pet rock over in the corner is a acronym for Scalable Vector Graphics. Go ahead … Continue reading

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Working with JS got you Hoisted?

SO I had a conversation with a co-worker DC Hoth today about some JS funkiness. Not a uncommon thing with JS, eh? Any how, we had this code snippet and at frist blush, looked so innocent. That notion was shattered … Continue reading

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