JavaScript Gig Finder

This week the guys at Songkick gave me access to their API. I had some spare time today to get to know it better and generally mess around with it. I decided that what I really could do with was a …

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JavaScript W3C Unicorn Bookmarklet

I use the W3C Unicorn Validator for almost all my markup validation needs. However every time I need to validate something I almost always end up googling “W3C Unicorn”. Which I admit is …

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Last.fm / SVG Chart Mashup

I love JavaScript, SVG and Last.fm. So why not mix them all together to make a funky looking pie chart? Well I’ve done just that. Take a look: http://bit.ly/fYogdZ You can grab a copy of all …

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HTML5 Canvas - Fireworks

After finally getting some free time (Christmas Eve). I decided to action some of the items I learnt at the Full Frontal conference in November. I’ve tested the demo in: (in order of …

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Google I/O 2010 – Google Chrome’s developer tools

In this session we'll give an overview of Developer Tools for Google Chrome that is a part of the standard Chrome distribution. Chrome Developer Tools allow inspecting, debugging and tuning the web …

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Paul Irish: 10 Things I Learned from the jQuery Source

It’s jQuery on the big screen. We’ll open the jQuery source and run through how the jQuery object works, covering self-executing anonymous functions as a global abatement technique, several …

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Debugging JavaScript using Firebug – An alternative to alert();

So as you may already know, Firebug must be one of the most important tools a developer can have in their utility belt. The more I use Firebug, the more I realise that I’m not using it to its …

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