Developing Widgets for Bada Devices
In a recent project a client asked for boxes with rounded corners and filled with a gradient; within an application targeted at smartphones. On mobile devices it is important to keep things simple, for instance to keep the number of DOM nodes low. That rules out using additional elements for the corners. On the other hand, […]
Text Rotation with CSS
As Wolfram already has posted in the last blog post, we are currently involved quite a bit in the mobile world and especially in investigating on how Dojo can be used best to develop for mobile devices.
Taking this as an opportunity we want to announce the next dojo.beer() in Barcelona on June 17th.
It was a project last year, where yet another inline documentation syntax was “created” and suggested to be used. That triggered our brains and they started spinning caused by the unhappiness of reinventing the wheel, especially for something that is still too much of a step-child for frontend engineers and doesn’t get the necessary dedication […]
Writing Efficient CSS for use in the Mozilla UI
Performance Impact of CSS Selectors
A few months ago, Daniel Glazman and David Hyatt have written a proposal for CSS variables. This is a great step forward and hopefully we will find cross browser implementations some time soon. In this article I will show how you can use CSS variables to optimize CSS. In the second part of this series […]