Category Archives: JavaScript

Look Ma! No Rails!

I’ve made updates to my Ember Data Adapter for Parse. The example now has a more complete application and implements a few more views to demonstrate creating, reading and updating models. It’s all implemented against the Ember.js 1.0 RC1 and the latest from

Look Ma! No Rails!

I’ve made updates to my Ember Data Adapter for Parse. The example now has a more complete application and implements a few more views to demonstrate creating, reading and updating models. It’s all implemented against the Ember.js 1.0 RC1 and the latest from

Ember Parse Data Adapter

“You got your Parse in my Ember … You got your Ember in my Parse … The two great tastes that taste great together” I have a personal project I’m working on that I’ve been using Parse for the data store. I

Ember Parse Data Adapter

“You got your Parse in my Ember … You got your Ember in my Parse … The two great tastes that taste great together” I have a personal project I’m working on that I’ve been using Parse for the data store. I

Web Reform

This is something that is really important right now. There are many efforts to help and correct this issue. This is what our biggest, “best” webapps do today, relying on ENORMOUS piles of JavaScript that largely serve to re-create what browsers

Web Reform

This is something that is really important right now. There are many efforts to help and correct this issue. This is what our biggest, “best” webapps do today, relying on ENORMOUS piles of JavaScript that largely serve to re-create what browsers

How to extend the web

With the creation of the new Extensible Web W3C Community Group I’d like to outline my personal thoughts about what might be necessary to achieve a standard way for developers to make extensions. For more information about what the group

How to extend the web

With the creation of the new Extensible Web W3C Community Group I’d like to outline my personal thoughts about what might be necessary to achieve a standard way for developers to make extensions. For more information about what the group

Extending the web

Recently a new W3C Community Group was created named Extensible Web Group and it’s lovingly called “nExt Web”. The intention of this group is to find a standard way for web developers to take the current web technologies (HTML, CSS and

Extending the web

Recently a new W3C Community Group was created named Extensible Web Group and it’s lovingly called “nExt Web”. The intention of this group is to find a standard way for web developers to take the current web technologies (HTML, CSS and

OpenShift

Created an OpenShift account tonight. The application creation is pretty simple, but the cartridges that are available are pretty limited. And the Ruby apps seem wanting at only version 1.8.7. Don’t understand why that’s the case and why not 1.9.2?

OpenShift

Created an OpenShift account tonight. The application creation is pretty simple, but the cartridges that are available are pretty limited. And the Ruby apps seem wanting at only version 1.8.7. Don’t understand why that’s the case and why not 1.9.2?

Changing how CSS works: Hitch

One of the most popular technologies in web development today is CSS. It’s a language that controls the presentation of HTML pages to browsers. It’s also one of the most complicated languages to truly master. CSS has a deceivingly easy

Changing how CSS works: Hitch

One of the most popular technologies in web development today is CSS. It’s a language that controls the presentation of HTML pages to browsers. It’s also one of the most complicated languages to truly master. CSS has a deceivingly easy