Mobile apps are taking over the web and we see more companies directing resources mainly for the use and support of native mobile apps versus traditional websites and mobile web. With mobile internet set to exceed desktop usage on a global scale, the shift becomes even more feasible for developers and companies that build apps. […]
Launching and managing a lean, mean startup requires innovation, time, patience and a proactive team that usually doesn’t have the privilege of steady and abundant cashflow. Therefore, the time taken to build an awesome product, develop stringent systems and attractive, convincing branding is divided and focus can often be spread thin across these crucial areas. […]
We all love to save time on frontend web development – especially when you’re coding something every week! Twitter Bootstrap has provided an enormous framework to jump start any new web project. You can find plenty of Bootstrap examples all over the Internet with brilliant designs. But how should you get started coding with Bootstrap? […]
Websites are made up of many different views and pages. One of the most important views is your administration panel – these are often coupled with custom web applications. The backend system is almost vital to managing users and editing page content.
But you have to get just the right look & feel for things to work out well. In this gallery I have gone through Dribbble and collected the most pristine examples of web dashboards. These are all designed for varying functions and you’ll pinpoint many discrepancies. Feel free to peruse the collection of user interfaces, and let us know your thoughts in the post discussion area.
For those who haven’t seen the first stickman episode, you’re asked to draw a stickman. He then comes to life and sets out on an exciting adventuring involving a dragon and a shark attack.
This newest episode includes some creative twists with a tiger chase and a flying elevator. When you finish the adventure you can even send your stickman to friends! Here are some screen shots of the fun adventures.
In just the past 2 years web developers have released dozens of free jQuery plugins to the Internet. If you’ve kept up with the community there’s no doubt you’ve run into a few helpful scripts. But if you’re just getting started you’re likely still interested in these topics! Check out my gallery of jQuery plug-ins and be sure to leave your thoughts/questions in the post discussion area.
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Web-based animation has been dominated by Adobe’s Flash software for as long as most internet users can remember. However, this has changed in recent years with the advent of Microsoft’s Silverlight, a competing animation suite. While Flash is still as prevalent as ever, its younger rival has been able to one-up it in some respects.
Web development keeps getting better – there are more increasingly-standardized tools like HTML5 and CSS3, and their features let web designers and developers create advanced and good-looking websites more easily.
But some browsers – mainly Internet Explorer version 6, 7, and 8 – don’t support many of these features, like border-radius, gradients, text-shadow, transparency, CSS animations and transitions, and so forth…