Category Archives: Safari

28 jan

Mac OS X Lion done in all CSS3 / JS

Chrome, Design, Firefox, HTML5/CSS3, Internet, Safari

Evan showed this to me the other day; an web page that emulates Mac OS X using CSS3. It’s pretty good. Take a look: http://www.alessioatzeni.com/mac-osx-lion-css3/

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4 dec

3 Key Evolution’s of HTML5 – Multi, Continuous, Massive

Android, Apple, Chrome, Firefox, Google, Hardware, HTML5/CSS3, Internet Explorer, iPad, JavaScript, Microsoft, Safari

While looking into the future of the web, we all know and expect HTML5 to become the forefront of interface technology, backed by JavaScript. At the same time, we realize the lagging effect of desktop browsers, so for the time … Continue reading

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19 oct

Browser Virtualization and Streaming from Spoon!

Chrome, Firefox, Internet, Internet Explorer, Safari

Applications delivered on the web! Yes, this is where the pendulum has been swinging… Yes, do you remember, we swing from Terminal-based systems to client-based systems. Spoon.net is a little mix of both, where you can stream virtual applications over … Continue reading

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20 sep

What is the Next Big Thing?

Apple, Chrome, Firefox, Google, HTML5/CSS3, Internet Explorer, JavaScript, Microsoft, Safari

“What is the next big thing?” I recently heard the question being asked. It’s the question of where to direct your efforts. How do you position yourself to take full advantage of the new trends in the web and technology … Continue reading

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19 sep

Draw a CSS3 Happy Face

Chrome, Firefox, Google, HTML5/CSS3, Internet, Internet Explorer, Safari

Evan showed me this just today and it’s pretty cool. Use CSS3 to draw a happy face. Take a look at the link: http://bavotasan.com/2010/draw-smiley-face-css3/

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14 sep

How Will HTML5 Reach the Masses?

Apple, Chrome, Firefox, Google, HTML5/CSS3, Internet, Internet Explorer, Safari

HTML5 is still not 100%. We’ve got a lot of browsers waiting to catch up before we’ll be using deploying HTML5 all over the place. But why are we waiting for browsers to catch up? Desktop’s are quickly being replaced … Continue reading

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5 sep

Mobile World — Still the (W)ild(W)ild(W)est

Android, Apple, Chrome, Firefox, Google, Internet, Internet Explorer, iPad, iPhone, Microsoft, Safari

It seems that the web is so evolved and has progressed so much. We have, for the most part, gotten over our major hurdles in cross browser compatibility (just waiting on that dang IE7 now). Macs, Windows, and Linux OS’s … Continue reading

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15 aug

HTML5 Video Element, Multiple Types Required

Android, Chrome, Firefox, HTML5/CSS3, Internet Explorer, iPad, iPhone, Safari

The new HTML5 video element does not solve everybody’s problems. Usually when I say everybody, I am talking about each and every browser out there. There’s one hold back to the HTML5 video rendering; that is, getting on the same … Continue reading

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9 aug

You get a Firebug, You get one, Everyone get’s a Firebug

Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari

Everybody is getting upgraded to Firebug lite. By everybody, I mean each and every web browser that you use. With Firebug Lite, you now have at least partial Firebug capabilities with practically any web browser out there: Safari, Internet Explorer, … Continue reading

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1 aug

Introduction to HTML5

Chrome, Firefox, HTML5/CSS3, Internet Explorer, Safari

Funny that all the books for HTML5 are just now coming out. Transitioning from HTML4 to HTML5 is not all that much of a task. It is actually easier, as you remove JavaScript that you are currently using for HTML4 … Continue reading

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