The Next Web collected a nice list of the coolest 13 Android apps for November. TNW list includes JumpCam, ShotDrop, Hitlist, Google Newsstand and some more very cool and interesting applications. Take a look!
webdesignerdepot.com is sharing a cool HTML5 tutorial teaching how to create those common color pickers. These were very common with Flash, now you just need a simple text editor and a browser to create your own using HTML. Source files are available to download.
Great news – the latest version of Flash Professional CC, available now, includes native HTML5 Canvas support. As you may recall, Flash Professional CC was released in June, marking its rebirth as a modernized 64-bit authoring tool for multiple platforms. This update continues that theme, emphasizing its focus on HTML5.
Check out more details here.
Full article @ Adobe Flash Professional Team Blog
Google is working on bringing Chrome packaged apps from the desktop to the mobile world. The company is currently building a toolkit to help developers create Chrome apps for Android and iOS, as well as port their existing Chrome apps to both mobile platforms.
Take a look at these amazing CSS3 scroll effects by http://lab.hakim.se
Emanuele Feronato is sharing on is blog the complete source code for a Tetris-like game called Columns made by Walter Siracusa.
Read the full article & download source code here.
This article rounds up 10 declarations and tips that every web designer should have available in their CSS arsenal.
“This memo describes Adobe’s Secure Real-Time Media Flow Protocol (RTMFP), an endpoint-to-endpoint communication protocol designed to securely transport parallel flows of real-time video, audio, and data messages, as well as bulk data, over IP networks. RTMFP has features that make it effective for peer-to-peer (P2P) as well as client-server communications, even when Network Address Translators (NATs) are used.”
So, what’s the difference between Responsive Web Design and Adaptive Web Design? http://softwaredevelopersindia.com/ posted a good article that will help you to understand the differences between both, and will for sure give you a clue on how to develop your next website.
“This GPS Air Extension enables you to access the geographical location information of the device including Time, Geographical Location and the device’s Last Location Information in a way that in your Android device, when the location of the device changes, your application can receive updates about the changes too.”
The same thing which is presented by Adobe Geolocation but with even more features.
- Having access to location menu
- Checking the GPS status ( Is it on or off! )
- Enabling / Disabling the listeners
- Checking GPS Availability
- Having access to Location Info in form of an Object
- Checking the Device GPS Support and more
- Handling Geolocation events
- The Geolocation attributes
- Declaring Android permission
- Troubleshooting your application
- Where to go from here
““A Journey through Middle-Earth”, our latest Chrome Experiment, demonstrates what’s now possible on the mobile web. Developed by North Kingdom in collaboration with Warner Bros. Pictures, New Line Cinema and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, the experiment uses the latest web technologies to deliver a multimedia experience designed specifically for tablets, phones, and touch-enabled desktops.”