Monthly Archives: May 2012
Activate Compass Captain
I’m sure you’ve heard about compass, but what is it? and what does it do for me? In order to install Compass we’ll have to use that strange beast called “Terminal.” Before we begin my young padawan, here’s a few reasons from the official Compass Website why designer’s love compass….
After many hours of reading and sifting through the WordPress Codex, I’m proud to announce a wonderful tool for devs using WordPress whom submit their creations to the WordPress theme repository. In a nutshell, WP–Flex, is a blank, foundational, responsive WordPress theme boilerplate for developers submitting to the wordpress theme repository. For your convenience, WP–Flex has been tested and debugged with the required
theme-unit-test.xml(also included) and
wp-config.phpper WordPress Codex requirements.
So you wanna conditionally load assets for your web app? Do you load them based on
@media queries(device size, screen width, pixel density etc.) or based on
touchevents? Are we detecting “touch device” or are we asking “supports touch events”? Which touch events are we looking for? With so many different capabilities across the device spectrum, and with the advancement of touch capabilities ( or lack thereof ), touch will no longer mean “mobile.” For instance, the new version of Windows 8 will now incorporate a touch interface so it’s now more disastrous than ever before to assume “touch” means “mobile” or “no touch” means “desktop.”