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HTML5, Javascript, CSS & mobile Web

Mein Name ist Robert Agthe und ich bin freier Javascript Entwickler.

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  1. Powerbook

    Powerbook

    (via rekall)

  2. Macaw: The Code-Savvy Web Design Tool

    MACAW

    This could be the beginning of the end of coding.

    macaw 1.0 is out. Not the usual “paint your code” app. The rendered code & css looks very clean and optimized. You can also create components from your designed elements and drag them in later. You can try a trial version or buy the thing for $179. mac/win

  3. "

    Rabid fans clamored to throw their support and money at the project. They crowded around booths at trade shows to catch a glimpse, and built complicated software programs for the new platform— sometimes without even being able to try it out themselves. Suddenly, users were booting up and creating any virtual world they wanted, and that power made them think they might be able to influence the real world a bit. Hopes were high! Oculus seemed untouchable; the white knight of VR.

    Well, fuck it. Facebook just bought the thing.

    "
    Oculus was the future of gaming. Now it’s the future of Facebook. one of sadder articles about Facebooks latest acquisition.
  4. On the hunt of “CSS Flexbox” usefulness. Today: 2 column webpage layout.

“Flexbox Style" and 
"Float Style”.

Comments?

    On the hunt of “CSS Flexbox” usefulness. Today: 2 column webpage layout.

    Flexbox Style" and "Float Style”.

    Comments?

  5. Using presetted functions in javascript, using Partials

  6. "Kudos to Apple for building this into iOS 7. It’s the first major mainstream implementation of wireless mesh networking that I’m aware of."

    How an Under-Appreciated iOS 7 Feature Will Change the World Read more at http://www.cultofmac.com/271225/appreciated-ios-7-feature-will-change-world/#USt19d9ur0UOPojY.99

    No need for crippled internet. just connect directly with other smartphones and build an instant local mesh network. yay! (via Jerikoone)

  7. "Many of my friends are entrepreneurs. A few have mentioned this deep hollow conflicted feeling. Their business ideas are not things the world wants. They’re following the current tech entrepreneur stereotype, building social apps and pursuing investors. They’re hating it, and having to admit they’re doing it only for the jackpot. But if they stop, what’s left?"
  8. Functional Programming Javascript: Composing with underscore

  9. I am Tim Berners-Lee. I invented the WWW 25 years ago and I am concerned and excited about its future. AMA
  10. "On the topic of pirated content, I was an early contributor to the Veronica Mars movie Kickstarter, and I received my “digital download” today. It consisted of a link to sign up to two separate websites to download a specific player that would stream the video for me on supported platforms only. Also, the HD version might not be available right away. I checked and the torrent of the HD version had been online for 30 minutes already. Why do they bother with this bullshit? It makes no logical sense and all it does is hurt them."
  11. Cathode

    Cathode

    Cathode is a fully customizable terminal app with a look inspired by classic computers. Don’t let the playful exterior fool you; under the hood there’s an advanced emulator designed for serious work.

    $5.99 iOS fun

  12. Glyphr - online font editor

    glyphr

    Font design has a high barrier of entry. Professional font design programs are very complex, and quite expensive. Glyphr is accessible, streamlined, and made for font design hobbyists… and it’s free!

  13. "I miss the good ol’ days. Today we have abstractions on top of abstractions on top of JavaScript, of all things. Shit doesn’t even know how to calculate math correctly. It’s amazing we ever got to where we are today, when you think about it."
  14. PouchDB, the JavaScript Database that Syncs!

    PouchDB is an Open Source JavaScript Database inspired by Apache CouchDB that is designed to run well within the browser.

    This looks like fun. I came across while checking out hoodie. It´s basically Couchdb for the frontend thats syncs with an backend CouchDB Server when online or possible. This meens it should be possible to develop an app without setting up a backend database.

  15. Internet Trolls

    Internet Trolls

    (Quelle: abstractgraphdesigns, via parislemon)