Infinite note taking space with BigPicture

While searching around for a javascript resource called BigPicture.js (which is a script to support viewing images and videos online – you can find more on it here), I found another amazing project. It’s essentially an endless text canvas, allowing you to type anywhere on…

Another online code editor

In the past I have found and shared online resources for developers (e.g. playcode.io), and today I have another one! htmleditor.io does basically what the URL suggests – it allows you to edit HTML. But it does it all in your browser. And it renders…

Wikiwand over Wikipedia

Wikipedia has the articles, and Wikiwand makes them beautiful. Wikiwand refers to itself as a “reader” for Wikipedia.org, but it is essentially a restyle of the Wikipedia website. As far as I can tell, every page is ported (it may even be converted dynamically). And…

Web Developer Roadmap

Today I wanted to share an interesting breakdown of how someone could approach the steps to learn development. The breakdown is presented as a “Roadmap”. You can see the original article here. The Roadmap begins with a separation of development areas, in the form of…

Introducing playcode.io

Recently learned about the website playcode.co today. The site is essentially an online editor that allows you to write HTML, Java script and CSS onto the screen, and then view it in real time. Similar to websites like Codepen.io, though personally I quite like the…

Amazing element hover effects

Sharing another amazing resource today. This one comes from CodeDrops, and uses some awesome CSS animation. Go check it out! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did (I’m using one of the styles in my footer!)

Recent experience with error messages

Although I am a developer, I am also a consumer and every now and then I have a negative experience with software on the client side of the fence. The “fun” experience was with a local mobile carrier, where I was attempting to add a…

Slide out footer design

Today I’m featuring an internet find! Tutorialzine.com featured a neat article on a slide out footer style. That is where the web page content seems to “slide out” above the footer area. You can see the article here.