The best Microsoft commercial I’ve ever seen. I’m still not going to use Internet Explorer 10, but the nostalgia meter definitely went up watching this video.
I tend to develop on my localhost using the exact same domain as my production site. Some people think it’s crazy, but I think it’s awesome. Why do I do this? Because it’s easier than having to change database values and content asset links whenever I import a database dump into my local environment.
Uploads by Proxy is a plugin that allows you to sync the uploads from a remote site to a local site. This makes it easy to test locally without broken upload links throughout your installation. Pretty nifty.
Hat tip to @bradt
I love this effect for animating new content into the user’s screen without the sometimes jarring “modal window” effect. One of the best things about this method is that it can be used to replace traditional modal windows and offers a better experience for small-screen users. Here’s a demo of the interaction.
This is something I’ve always wanted to implement for my team but never could find the right tool for the job. We’ve tried a delicious.com account, a Kippt feed, and just dropping interesting links into Campfire, but it’s always been a broken process. It’s currently in beta testing so it may take a while to get signed up. I went ahead and signed up and will post a more in-depth review once we have a few weeks of usage under our belts.
Spoiler: The reason is to avoid outputting whitespace after the closing PHP bracket, which will cause a PHP error.
We use Harvest for time-tracking, budgeting, and reporting and absolutely love it. It’s great to see their story and how they constantly strive to deliver a beautiful experience for one of the most loathed concepts ever: time-tracking.
Is this real or just a dream?
An in-depth post regarding Paul Stamatiou’s new website and his tools and process for designing and coding his new website.