Less Breakpoints

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The web is getting more diverse and websites needs to be more adaptable than ever. In my opinion it is necessary to reduce breakpoints and let the content decide and define the layout of webpages. I created a very simple fluid layout, with new css technologies, just to see if a fluid page is already… Read more »

SVG viewbox, make stretchable graphics

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Get the source at Github I struggled with SVG, creating an early protoype of a mobile webapp. I wanted to create an interesting background for the webapp. It needs to be resolution independent and scalable without quality loss, SVG seems the best choice because of the vectors. My initial thought was to make a 9-slice… Read more »

Improved front-end workflow for Windows

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For some time I wanted to improve my front-end workflow. The search for an optimized workflow almost made me switch to mac, and I am still considering the switch. It seems to me that the windows front-end developing environment lacks serious momentum compared to the progress being made on linux and osx. However now onto… Read more »

Making snow: jQuery Snowstorm plugin

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check snowstorm demo Inspired by the current weather in the Netherlands I wanted to make snow with jQuery. A year Ago I would have used flash for this task, and I still believe flash is better for this specific job ( anyone fancies square snow flakes ). However I think the animation still stands strong…. Read more »

Image Carousel: Jquery vs. Flash

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I used to build my carousels in flash, but i seemed a good challenge for me to build a nice looking carousel in jQuery. Of course the carousel should have the same functionality as a flash carousel. Thus said the carousel should get all the content from the html itself, include paging, the possibility for… Read more »