Wednesday, January 07, 2015


Zone.js may be able to help you if you are having issues with coordinating asynchronous calls. Super sleek 

Thursday, December 11, 2014

CSS Shapes

A cool new CSS tech to wrap text around your images called CSS Shapes.

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Create Your API Instantly

Besides the new player is InstantAPI to use for building your API. Checkout the TC review.  

Tuesday, December 09, 2014

AirBrake: Track Errors on Front-End

Another service like errorException for auto-tracking client-side errors in the code.

Thursday, December 04, 2014

Film Yourself Anywhere

How would you like to have your own filming camera crew follow you along everywhere for (almost) free, capturing your every move, whether you are riding, climbing, sleighing, or flying? Well, now for the cost of electrical charging, you can have the HEXO+.

Wednesday, December 03, 2014

The Revolv

Cool gadget for controlling all of your IoT (internet of things) devices at home. A single hub with a single mobile app to use on over 2,000 different IoT devices.
Recently bought by Nest.


Friday, September 05, 2014

Thursday, September 04, 2014

API For Any Website

With this service you can create an API to any website without even being a coder. Very cool

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Friday, July 11, 2014

Angular Gesture Support

To add gesture support to your AngularJS app running within a touch-enabled device, use these:

If you only want to replace the ng-click with ng swipe left or right then use

Mobile Website Frameworks

Want to build a mobile website that feels like a native app? Here are some upcoming players that can help.

Up And Coming CSS Frameworks

Some of the latest frameworks I've been investigating:

Sprite Generators

Some developer tools for making sprites:

Breach: A Javascript Browser is a browser written entirely in javascript. It uses NodeJS under the covers.

Retain Position in Infinite Scroll

An infinite scroll kicks in more data as you scroll to the bottom of a page. For example, when viewing some galleries of pictures, new pictures are appended to the bottom of the page whenever you scroll to the bottom, and this process continues every time you get to the bottom of the page. The problem is that when you click on any picture to see its details and then click on the browser's back button, your position within the infinite scroll is lost.

Here is an elegant solution to that.