You Are Browsing ‘Web Development’ Category

How Javascript and HTML5 Make the Perfect Mix To Develop Your Next Game by CRAIG ROBINSON (Source: AppDeveloperMagazine.com) Last year we had the opportunity to create a series of five mahjong link games (a variation on the standard) in HTML5 for Spil Games. The first game we built was Dream Pet Link. Given that we were tasked with building four additional games...

BackBone Tutorial – Part 1: Introduction to Backbone.Js By Rahul Rajat Singh (source: rahulrajatsingh.com) Link to complete series: BackBone Tutorial – Part 1: Introduction to Backbone.Js BackBone Tutorial – Part 2: Understanding the basics of Backbone Models BackBone Tutorial – Part 3: More about Backbone Models BackBone Tutorial – Part 4: CRUD Operations...

Here is a quick lesson on CSS3 units of measure: px -Pixel is exactly as described. It allows you to define size based on number of pixels. ie: 5px em – em’s is the width of the letter M. If font size changes, this size will change in relation to the font size. em’s are relative to the parents font size. Example: If you apply a font size to a div,...

Create a cool image rollover effect in your navigation menu with JQuery: See the Pen Menu Background Image Rollover by Eric Tompkins (@_codemics) on CodePen. ...

ARNAUD BRETON – THE NEXT WEB Over the last few years, we’ve seen tremendous growth in an entirely new generation of Web applications. These apps have become much richer, leading to a huge increase in complexity on the front-end side. Frameworks like Backbone (the one we use at mention), AngularJS, and EmberJS provide robust solutions to build amazing apps,...