metastew

Just tried it out on my nexus 7. It's quite snappy.

metastew, over 4 years ago Reply in: Swipe

metastew

That's a pretty cool idea. I can see myself using this for a portfolio website.

metastew, over 4 years ago Reply in: Webkit2PNG

blueberry

From the site it looks pretty awful, but I have seen this in so many places and people using it over jQuery. I have yet to be enlightened though.

blueberry, over 4 years ago Reply in: YUI Library

blueberry

this uses it: http://beats.io/ (hit esc)

blueberry, over 4 years ago Reply in: Audiolet

pineapple

short answer: no
long answer: nope!

That's an awesome video btw you should submit that (even though it goes with these slides) :)

pineapple, over 4 years ago Reply in: Vim - Walking without crutches

SkinnyGeek1010

I just watched the video here

The 35-ish min mark blew my mind.... using search to jump is amazing!! Even better for highlighting blocks.

Does the Vim high ever run out?!?

SkinnyGeek1010, over 4 years ago Reply in: Vim - Walking without crutches

pineapple

Good stuff, Btw I deleted your other resource because it was a duplicate.

:)

pineapple, over 4 years ago Reply in: Make Clouds With CSS 3D

lush

Sweeeeeeeeeet!

lush, over 4 years ago Reply in: GLSL

SkinnyGeek1010

By far the best flexbox tutorial i've read! I would highly suggest running this in Chrome dev tools and play with each thing. We finally have a spec were margin: 0; will center both vert. and horz. =)

Adding this to the wiki.

SkinnyGeek1010, over 4 years ago Reply in: Dive into Flexbox

metastew

It got fixed! I'm now able to see the mario sprites. See here for the fix

metastew, over 4 years ago Reply in: GLSL

lush

Keep us posted, curious as to what the fault is.

lush, over 4 years ago Reply in: GLSL

metastew

Yup, it's already enabled in both browsers.

Apparently it's got something to do with textures. Already posted my issue to glsl.js github looking into this. I have a feeling I'm missing a webgl extension.

metastew, over 4 years ago Reply in: GLSL

lush

Have you got WebGL enabled? chrome://flags/

lush, over 4 years ago Reply in: GLSL

blueberry

Works in chrome and FF for me, but Safari says webgl not supported.

blueberry, over 4 years ago Reply in: GLSL

metastew

What browser are you using to view this page? I get a
WebGL: INVALID_VALUE: getProgramInfoLog: no object or object deleted
when I open it in either Chrome or Firefox.

metastew, over 4 years ago Reply in: GLSL

jamesbarnett

The best tutorial on CSS layout I've seen.

jamesbarnett, over 4 years ago Reply in: Learn CSS Layout

pineapple

Well that is smooth. I do find animate to be janky sometimes.

pineapple, over 4 years ago Reply in: Shifty

arbor

better than selenium I think, at least from what I've used.

arbor, over 4 years ago Reply in: Review

arbor

Kind of like TideSDK

arbor, over 4 years ago Reply in: Enyo

lush

Phantom JS && Casper JS are both sexy beasts.

lush, over 4 years ago Reply in: Review

lush

The most useful Rails {short} tutorial for me (as a beginner) has been:-

http://tutorials.jumpstartlab.com/projects/blogger.html

But keep up the good work though! I like how in-depth your tutorials are too, especially when you use real use cases.

lush, over 4 years ago Reply in: Rails Tutorial

RailsApps

Thanks! The "recommendations for a Rails tutorial" page was inspired by a weekend I spent coaching at a Rails Girls event. People asked for recommendations for learning Rails and I realized there is a need to match tutorials to individual skill levels and learning styles. Try out the filters on the page, you'll assign "stars" and create your own ratings based on your preferences.

RailsApps, over 4 years ago Reply in: Rails Tutorial

pineapple

Keep up the great work, I've always liked your stuff :)

pineapple, over 4 years ago Reply in: Rails Tutorial

Tutorials are any resources you learn from.

Examples: an intro to html5 screencast, a pdf about git, photoshop effects tutorials, meta-programming in ruby, lambda calculus, higher-order fixed-point combinators.

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