I came across this nicely designed audio player on CodePen, put together by Michael Zhigulin It uses the waves.js click effect library...
I stumbled across this awesome command line interface that allows you to do some pretty cool stuff with Twitter. To get started you need to install the Ruby GEM. On Mac first check that you have Ruby installed. If you see something like this you’re good to go. However if you see the below you’ll need to head over here and install [...]Ashley
Whilst browsing my feeds I found an interesting post by Cody over at Codrops on how to add a twitter tooltip popup on any paragraph of text. You can find the main plugin here: jQuery Twitter Search Plugin or view the demo The Code Oh well there’s not much to brag about here but here’s how to initialise the plugin. The popup box [...]Ashley
I was sat in the sun at the weekend and sporadically decided to do a little project like wedeliver you can read about the adventure I had building the 24hr project here. This project on the other hand probably took about 24hrs to complete but I built it over a few days. It’s basically a site where you can create a simple 2 answer poll, [...]Ashley
API Knowledge A key tool for any budding web developer is API knowledge. It’s good to familiarise yourself with a variety of application interfaces. I started out using the Twitter REST API with PHP and CURL when twitter first launched the API to basically get a users tweets, pretty simple now I look back, but at the time it was the [...]Ashley
The Farbtastic colour picker is really easy to implement. Its great if your building a customisable interface for an online product in the same way that you can manipulate the design of your Twitter profile. Farbtastic uses layered transparent PNGs to render a saturation/luminance gradient inside of a hue circle. more info on the colour picker [...]Ashley