So, I'm going to be building some web/phonegap apps for low end android phones.
What frameworks should I be looking at for maximum performance/compatibility?
posted by Freen
on May 28, 2014 -
I need a pure CSS navigation menu solution for a static, one page application, the simpler the better. [more inside]
posted by jedicus
on Dec 26, 2013 -
I am looking for a method of displaying a list item's parent number in a list with nested sublists, in the way sections of a document would be displayed.
8. Defining Custom Counter Styles: the ‘@counter-style’ rule
8.1. Counter algorithms: the ‘type’ descriptor
I'd like to use only the ol and li tags and CSS styling, but HTML lists will only display the number of the current node.
Thoughts? [more inside]
posted by Monkey0nCrack
on Jul 2, 2013 -
I'm scheduled for a technical interview after the weekend for a front-end development position. I'd like to spend some intensive time beforehand reading relevant blogs and books to prime the ol' noodle and supplement my existing knowledge. Could you recommend some resources? Are there questions you would ask an applicant in this situation, or that you have been asked? [more inside]
posted by jsturgill
on Mar 22, 2013 -
Help me get my Web 2.x (or are we on 3.x now? I've lost track) on. I'm an old-school Web 1.0 developer who wants to kickstart himself into slightly more modern UI and user experience paradigms, and I have a project in mind (of course). The challenge? No expensive tools. [more inside]
posted by jferg
on Nov 12, 2012 -
I like the idea of a content management system for an elementary school, so students can write and publish in a clean system with a back-end database. Help me understand the dimensions of the idea. [more inside]
posted by argybarg
on Jan 28, 2012 -
Now that I am finally getting the hang of web desingering and CSS, is HTML 5 and CSS3 going to come along and make my knowledge irrelevant? [more inside]
posted by Senor Cardgage
on Jan 11, 2012 -
What IDEs, editors, or general tools do people use to do web development? I'm a linux geek, so my tool of choice is gVim. But I'm teaching a course on this right now and don't want to inflict my prejudices on the students, and I'd like a broader perspective. So if you're a web developer, what do you use? NetBeans, Notepad? Something in-between?
posted by handee
on Mar 2, 2011 -
posted by handee
on Jan 15, 2011 -
I want to design an HTML5 (+JS & CSS), self-study course for myself. I'm a seasoned Flash/Actionscript developer, but I want to keep relevant if Flash dies. (Please spare me from pro/anti-Adobe politics. I don't care which technology wins. I want to be good at them all.) [more inside]
posted by grumblebee
on Feb 4, 2010 -