Web Development

Top CSS 3 Features You Should Be Taking Advantage Of

CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is the de facto scripting language used to style the World Wide Web. It is a powerful, flexible and simple scripting language for styling web pages. While it is arguably the most popular styling technique for the web, it is not that popular in other presentation systems. I personally miss it in desktop application development.
CSS v.3 has improved to such a degree that designing web pages is now easy and fun. Let’s take a more in depth look at the some of the improvements made to CSS 3.

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Hybrid vs. Native Mobile Apps

Hybrid vs. Native Mobile AppsThe popularity of smartphones and other “smart” devices has steadily increased since their introduction. An ever-increasing number of consumers are using their smart devices to research and engage with different brands and products. It’s no secret that developing a mobile app is one way for businesses to increase engagement with their audience, improving brand image, increasing value, and generating a higher level of consumer mindshare. However, there is more than one way to develop a mobile app and each method has its own advantages and disadvantages.

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Dynamic Google Analytics Event Tracking for WordPress

What Is Analytics Event Tracking?

Event tracking is a method made available by Google Analytics using the ga.js tracking code. It is used to track custom user activity with UI elements, known as “Events”. With Event Tracking, the total number of pageviews is never skewed–as is the case when using urchin.js to track user activity. Event Tracking provides for hierarchical organization of events into Categories, Actions, and Labels.

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HTML5 Development

HTML5 development is an ongoing effort of a consortium of many software developers and other interested industry groups to update and revise Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), which is the core language at the heart of the World Wide Web. The Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group (WHATWG) started work on HTML5 in 2004 which is being edited by Ian Hickson of Google, Inc and David Hyatt of Apple. The HTML5 specification standard is in various draft states at at W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) which began working with the WHATWG draft of HTML5 in 2007.

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Pure CSS3 Spiderman Cartoon w/ jQuery and HTML5 – Look Ma, No Flash!

Update: 10/11/2011 New Animation; Making Internet Marketing Fun with Wufoo and CSS3 Dont have CSS3 animation capable browsers? Watch a video of the animation. Inspiration Searching YouTube for inspiration I stumbled on to the intro of the classic 1967 spider-man cartoon series. While watching I realized that the animation was very basic. It was the […]

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