Posted on Oct 29, 2012
If you, like me, are hunkered down waiting on Sandy to arrive, you’ll be glad to know that you can get your learn on with a ton of tutorials this week as well as a handful of interesting new and updated libraries.
Hugo Giraudel shares a collection of CSS snippets intended to speed up your web development.
Kick-Start Your Project: A Collection of Handy CSS Snippets
Jos Dirksen explores the HTML5 Web Audio API by creating several sound visualizations.
Exploring the HTML5 Web Audio: visualizing sound
Niels Matthijs shares his methodology and examples for creating reusable HTML components.
The Road To Reusable HTML Components
Hugo Giraudel created a useful set of basic ready-to-use CSS styles.
Basic Ready-to-Use CSS Styles
Agraj Mangal explains HTML5 web workers and shows you how to use them to run background threads.
Getting Started with Web Workers
Janine Warner shows how to use the @font-face rule with Google Web Fonts, Edge Web Fonts, Font Squirrel and Typekit.
Fonts, fabulous fonts: How to use the @font-face rule with popular font services
Dudley Storey shows how to achieve a nice, cross-browser drop shadow effect.
Creating a True Cross-Browser Drop Shadow Effect With CSS3 & SVG
WebAudio: oscillator in JS
Justin Naifeh shows how to dynamically invoke methods using string evaluation.
Dynamic Invocation Part 1: Methods
Mike Thomas shows how to trigger effects, in this case on bar charts, when the user scrolls to them as Apple does on some of their pages.
Liven up a web page Apple style
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Frameworks and Libraries
Terrence Ryan shows how to add Edge Animate animations to your Reveal.js presentation.
Add Edge Animate Compositions to Reveal.js
Adam Alexander shows how to use the Datagrid component from the new Fuel UX library.
Connecting Fuel UX Datagrid to the Flickr API
A useful responsive design framework comparison chart by Vermilion Design compares Bootstrap, Foundation and Skeleton.
Responsive CSS Framework Comparison
Meet Bower: A Package Manager For The Web
Avinash Zala created a getting started guide for MooTools.
Getting Started with MooTools
Raymond Camden finishes up his series on building a Parse.com enabled PhoneGap app.
Building a Parse.com Enabled PhoneGap App - Part 5
Andrew Trice released a Halloween Fun app with PhoneGap that is available in mobile markets and source on GitHub.
Halloween Fun with PhoneGap
Holly Schinsky shows how to do push notifications on your Android PhoneGap app using the Google Cloud Messaging service.
Tutorial: Android Push Notifications with PhoneGap
New and Updated Frameworks and Libraries
TJ Holowaychuk shows you everything that is new in the just released Express 3.0.
uiji.js by Aakil Fernandes is like reverse jQuery, using familiar jQuery syntax for creating elements rather than selecting.
uiji.js by Aakil Fernandes
An awesome interactive story of the US told in 141 maps made, in part, using D3.js.
Manifest Destiny - The Story of The US Told In 141 Maps
Razvan Caliman shows how the web-based CSS FilterLab allows you to try, create and share CSS Filter Effects.
Introducing CSS FilterLab
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