The Uncertain Web: Pointer Event Polyfill and Chrome Fragmentation

The Uncertain Web might be out, but that doesn’t mean that I’m done talking about the current state of the open web platform. I’m going to get back to writing a little bit here (as there are no more books on the immediate horizon) and as part of that I’m going to cover some topics […]

Easy Autocomplete with the datalist Element, the list Attribute and AngularJS’s ng-repeat Directive

Continuing to write about some Angular features I’ve been working with recently, I thought it would be interesting to show off one of the little conveniences I was able to put together using just a couple of Angular’s core features. This example leverages basically two basic features of Angular and two HTML5 features to create […]

Sure, It’s 5 Months Too Late for the Contest, BUT.. I Finally Did Something with the Hubway Data

The Hubway Data Visualization Challenge was a contest run using the data released by the local bike share. I really wanted to do something for the contest and even started a project in October to try to do something with it. You know how that turned out Anyway, between finding myself with a life that […]

Using the Geolocation API

The following is probably the last long-form article you’ll see here for a while. I’m in full on book mode for the next couple of months, so I’m not expecting to be writing a ton here for the foreseeable future. Anyway, the following is actually inspired by the kind of work we’re going to be […]

Recent Reading (JS Natives Duke it Out, Regexp in jQuery, Performance, a New Image Format?)

Sorry, it’s been a while. I’ve been busy at work, I’ve been wringing every last bit out of summer on my bike, and I’ve spent a lot of my free time on my upcoming CSS presentation, so I haven’t been posting as much as I would like. Fall is here. Which means I should have […]