Rapid Templating: “Designing in the Browser” with Sass, Compass, and Serve

Rapid Templating-Designing in the Browser Sass Compass Serve

by Nathan Smith at HTML5 Texas in Austin, TX (Deck) Have you ever found yourself needing to build static front-end templates, either as part of a larger project or as a way to communicate the nuances of responsive design to a client? I think we can … [Continue reading]

10 Things You Didn’t Know a Browser Could Do

Gangham Style Sprite Animation

by Estelle Weyl at HTML5 Texas Conference in Austin, TX (Deck) It may feel like the HTML5, CSS3 and ECMAScript specifications are moving along at a snails pace, but browser capabilities are moving quickly, and it is difficult to keep up with all the … [Continue reading]

You Got your MVC into my Components: Adding Bindings to Enyo

Adding bindings to Enyo

by Ben Combee at the HTML5 Texas Conference in Austin, TX Enyo (http://enyojs.com) started as an web application framework, focusing on the problem of effectively building reusable UI components.  However, many app developers view problems through a … [Continue reading]

Managing a Large Front-End Project with Automated Build Tools

gruntjs

by kperch at HTML5 Texas Conference in Austin, TX How do you manage a huge web application's front-end when you have a diverse team of programmers, and javascript is not a strong suit for all of them? How do you handle both new and old code from … [Continue reading]

Backbone: 3 Ways

Backbone 3 Ways HTML5TX

by Pamela Fox at HTML5 Texas Conference, Austin, Texas (Deck) Backbone is one of the most popular MVC frameworks for JavaScript these days, and one of the reasons for its popularity is that its minimal and lightweight. That makes it easy to use in … [Continue reading]

Adaptive Images for Responsive Web Design

Adaptive Images in Responsive Web Design

by Christopher Schmitt at HTML5 Texas Conference, Austin, Texas (Deck) "The open web doesn't stop at our desktop. Smart phones and tablets not only contain more computing power and better browsers than the computers that started the Internet … [Continue reading]