Mini Javascript Clock with jQuery

I was working on an interesting project where I thought a mini javascript clock would be awesome to display a user inputed time. I’m yet to fully implement it into the project at the time of writing but I wanted …
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Mini Javascript Clock with jQuery

D3.js Radar Chart Plugin

I’ve had a love hate relationship with D3 over the last few months, some things are incredibly easy to get your head around and other parts of the API are just mind bendingly bonkers. I recently had to create a …
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D3.js Radar Chart Plugin

Simple CSS3 Animations / Transitions

The days of static content are well and truly dead and buried, Halleluja for CSS3! Recently i’ve been using this snippet of CSS in most of my projects to add slick transitions on page load. You can even add the …
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Simple CSS3 Animations / Transitions

Gauge Bootstrap Theme

I’ve been super busy over the last few weeks, and one of the things i’ve been working on is a theme for Twitter bootstrap. It includes the following features and is available for just $15! If you’ve not used Bootstrap …
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Gauge Bootstrap Theme

Create an Animated Timeline with jQuery

I’ve been meaning to write about this plugin for some time but never got around to it until now! This great plugin written by csslab.cl helps you beautifully present timelines and has support for both horizontal and vertical layouts. jQuery …
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Create an Animated Timeline with jQuery

Getting started with Responsive and Adaptive layouts

There is no one-size-fits-all approach. Each project has its own focus, requirements and audience. This article will hopefully help you make the best decision for your project by outlining the advantages and disadvantages of each solution. Jeffrey Veen said: “Day …
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Getting started with Responsive and Adaptive layouts

Particle Animation with Javascript and Canvas

Here’s a great example of particle animation using the HTML5 canvas. It’s important to note this uses the 2D canvas instead of using the cool but not widely supported WebGL 3D context. checkout the demo. In the demo you’ll notice …
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Particle Animation with Javascript and Canvas