javascript

Today's Obsession: Skeleton

Here’s (another) nice CSS/JS framework to help folks develop for the burgeoning mobile web. Skeleton is kind of at the top of my list at the moment because of its generic nature—there’s almost no opinion put into the framework at all, and its typographic foundations are ridiculously simple. The framework’s hosted as an open...

Today's Obsession: 20 Things I Learned About Browsers and The Web

20 Things I Learned About Browsers and The Web is a lovely little book, sort of, created by the Google Chrome team to do a couple of helpful things. Firstly, for us more advanced users, it displays what Chrome can do with HTML5-based goodies, and it gives an important conceptual reason why we should...

Today's Obsession: Asteroids

Today, screw everything and let’s play video games. Using the JavaScript Erik Rothoff designed, you can turn any webpage into a game of Asteroids. Basically, clicking the link loads a chunk of JavaScript containing the game into whatever page you’re looking at. Using your arrow keys to navigate, you can hit the space bar...