A fascinating look at an ongoing project by Imran Nazar, creating a GameBoy emulator in JS. Worth a read for programmers of any stripe.
A useful overview of Ranges in an HTML Document, with examples for (of import to myself) getting the text a user has selected so you can do stuff with it.
Of note: None of the examples here seem to work on iOS WebKit.
A heck of a demo to start off your monday morning. Comes in an LGPL 3 package of C++ and JS code.
Looks like a good implementation, be sure to check out the demo. Brian’s example is great for people looking for a better understanding of A* in general, and it helped me out personally, but I recently came upon this version which in my tests is faster by a wide margin, and supports multiple modes of traversal in addition to Manhattan.
Very impressive. If I were Adobe I’d be contributing to this project right now.
John Gruber provides a helpful method for blocking those super-annoying copy/paste shenanigans that append the “Read More” links to everything you copy from sites like The New Yorker and TechCrunch.
It bills itself as “The Most Awesome jQuery Image Slider,” and once you see it you will, if not agree entirely, see where they’re coming from.
The demos are pretty impressive, for what it is. Works on iPhone.
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!