Weekly #14

What’s hot on the web? This weeks links:

BoltJS – a new JavaScript framework
http://shaneosullivan.github.com/boltjs/

Which JavaScript Compressor is the best? Find it out with Compression Rater
http://compressorrater.thruhere.net/

Did you know you can track your JavaScript exceptions using Google Analytics or your Apache error log? How to setup a cheap exception notifier for JavaScript
http://protonet.info/post/9620971736/exception-notifier-javascript

Mobile development with HTML5
http://www.engineyard.com/blog/2011/mobile-development-with-html5/

Infinite All-CSS Scrolling Slideshow
http://css-tricks.com/13627-infinite-all-css-scrolling-slideshow/

Weekly #5

Adobe tries to bring the functionality of print publishing programs like InDesign to CSS. They called it “CSS regions” and built a prototype that looks really interesting and promising:
http://www.adobe.com/devnet/html5/articles/css3-regions.html
And there’s already a jQuery plugin as polyfill to play around with all these cool features:
https://github.com/ricardrobin/Regions.js

A problem that doesn’t really bother you a lot when developing for mobile but css-tricks.com published some numbers about the fact that screen resolution is ≠ browser window size:
http://css-tricks.com/9778-screen-resolution-notequalto-browser-window/

If you want to enrich your website’s data with some very useful HTML5 microdata and you’re looking for the right schema. Maybe we’ve got the right website for you:
http://schema.org/docs/gs.html

Input “Type=Image” Considered Harmful (and how to fix)
http://blog.vurve.com/2011/06/18/input-typeimage-considered-harmful/

This one is so cool: pdf.js is a javascript library to display PDF’s in your browser using the canvas element:
https://github.com/andreasgal/pdf.js

Let’s Make a Framework is an ongoing series about building a JavaScript framework from the ground up:
http://dailyjs.com/2011/06/02/framework-65/