Frank Lloyd Wright was a century ahead of his time. He was a pioneer, an avant-garde architect who broke free of the traditions of his era. His views on materials, form, function, space and environment define his iconic works. These ideals and principles are still used in architecture today, and his buildings have stood the […]
Version 4.1 of WordPress, named “Dinah” in honor of jazz singer Dinah Washington, is available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard. New features in WordPress 4.1 help you focus on your writing, and the new default theme lets you show it off in style.
Introducing Twenty Fifteen
Our newest default theme, Twenty […]
December 18, 2014
It might be harder to remember a time when smoking cigarettes was considered cool and fashionable were it not for Mad Men. Sure, there are plenty of television shows and movies that depict people looking good while smoking, but few of them have offered up so many impeccably coiffed, sharp-dressers puffing […]
If you want to learn about Symfony 2, you’re in luck. We’ve published three new video courses covering this popular PHP framework in detail:
In this detailed set of three […]
Season’s greetings! After a thoughtful review of the Naughty and Nice lists, we have decided to leave a small present under the tree to finish 2014: jQuery 1.11.2 and 2.1.3! These releases include several bug fixes to make your cross-browser development experience better.
The most significant fix in this release is a workaround for […]
The next release candidate for WordPress 4.1 is now available for testing.
rc-calendar (GitHub: react-component/calendar, License: MIT) by yiminghe is a port of kissyteam/date-picker that allows you to render calendars with React.render(<Calendar />, container). It has props for locale, showing today, and the select/blur events, and it includes some examples and tests.
The supported locales are en-us and zh-cn, so you can actually display […]
Today, we’re excited to announce that Google has transferred its Pointer Events polyfill to the jQuery Foundation. This polyfill was originally written by Google’s Polymer team but since Google has chosen to put their Pointer Event implementation on hold, we engaged to ensure that the polyfill is […]
December 17, 2014
In the IT world, today’s organizations are looking to evolve their company’s IT department from a cost center to an employee-centric strategic partner capable of generating ROI.
That’s a mouthful. Where do we designers come into play? One way we can help organizations accomplish this goal is by giving […]
This tutorial gives an overview of the new features of the SpriteKit framework that were introduced in iOS 8. The new features are designed to make it easier to support advanced game effects and include support for custom OpenGL ES fragment shaders, lighting, shadows, advanced new physics effects and animations, and integration with SceneKit. […]