Consolidates and optimizes CSS in a way which I’ve not seen before.
Which is cool, but it would be nice if it could convert it BACK so humans could read/edit it easily. Check the examples, you will be glad you did. Hey, it does do that.
A very useful looking Interface Builder plugin from Brandon Walkin.
Pierre Igot on the differences between Safari 4’s page zooming and other browsers. Safari 4’s implementation is yards better, and makes the job of the programmer much easier.
flixel is a completely free collection of Actionscript 3 files that helps organize, automate, and optimize Flash games; an object-oriented framework that lets anyone create original and complex games with thousands of objects on screen in just a few hours, without using any of the Flash libraries.
Doesn’t require and actively advises AGAINST using Adobe Flash. Lots of things happening in the 2d games space right now.
Extending Firefox with open web technologies like jQuery, HTML and CSS. I am thinking of it as the next generation of Greasemonkey.
Shawn Inman’s Cufon-compatible solution for pixel fonts. Check out the generator. No anti-aliasing!
The short list of grievances: Twitter doesn’t support it, and may never. HTML5 omits
rev entirely. Atom uses the
self attribute for the very purposes that
rev="canonical" might be used for.
As a big fan of telling people when they’re Doing It Wrong, I’m happy to announce Diggbarred. Diggbarred is a new plugin from myself and Shawn Medero, using John Gruber’s original blocking code in an easy-to-activate form. You can fork, modify, or otherwise mutilate the code on Github.
If you want to try out the Nintendo Wii Homebrew Channel, you’ll need to do the Twilight Hack. To do that, you need a Fat-16 formatted SD card. Here’s the command to format the card on Mac OS X (1.5 and 10.6):
diskutil partitionDisk /Volumes/WII 1 MBRFormat "MS-DOS FAT16" "WII" 1000M
WII is the name of the drive. The
1000M at the end is how big you want the partition to be, but if the card only has one partition, it will use the whole card, anyway.