Yes, it’s here. Already. CS6. Too soon. Definitely? Sorry to see it? Definitely not. It’s awesome. Not in the “They’re bringing back Firefly!” realm, but still pretty awesome as an app set.
Here’s a great analogy from SmashingMag running comic, The FLEATY: The Geek Bug. The cartoons are dedicated to design and Web development, but also have a comic twist about everything happening around the Web as well as give you some insights behind the curtains of Smashing Magazine.
With XHTML 1.0, XHTML 2, HTML 4, HTML 5 and XHTML 5 we have so many languages that it’s really getting hard to keep track! Here’s a little clarity.
Google finally acknowledged that it’s testing a prototype set of eyeglasses that can stream data to the wearer’s eyes in real time. A video of this augmented-reality experiment was posted by Google on YouTube showing someone wearing the glasses as he made his way around variety of Manhattan venues, receiving up-to-the-minute updates as information streamed [...]
Clear and simple identification of the many parts of a css declaration. A CSS rule has two main parts: a selector, and one or more declarations: The selector is normally the HTML element you want to style. Each declaration consists of a property and a value. The property is the style attribute you want [...]
Firefox 6, known as Aurora, has just begun its development cycle, now offering a rough alpha release for testing and feedback.
When RockMelt launched its new browser in private beta last November, it was greeted with an avalanche of press. RockMelt is a new social browser built around Facebook, realtime feeds, and faster search. The fact that Netscape founder Marc Andreessen is a major backer probably had something to do with the intense interest also. Reviews [...]
As an instructor, you try to be as clear as possible when asking for files to be saved in a compatible format for grading. This task can sometimes stump the best of us. Fear not, my friends, for you’re in good company. Here’s what’s up: Most browsers have the necessary powers to view the most [...]
Smashing Magazine contributor Chris Hanscom from Veign.com has created a “quick reference card” for CSS 3.