Just discovered Merlin Mann’s 43 Folders. I shall devote some time to reading these.
So today I learned that if you have firebug installed on your Firefox, you can basically kiss web-surfing goodbye. But while you are taking a peek beneath the surface, you can run into some pretty cool apps, and this is no exception. According to http://www.charlesproxy.com :
Charles is an HTTP proxy / monitor / Reverse Proxy that enables a developer to view all of the HTTP and SSL traffic between their machine and the Internet, including requests, responses and HTTP headers.
This comes in mighty handy when you are passing variables to various analytics and metrics system, while not having the original source code in front of you.
In one day it has proven its weight in gold to me.
*Notable second runner up is Firefox plugin OmniBug.
Came across this nifty command to batch encode Ogg video files using ffmpeg2theora. Perfect for this Video portfolio page I’m making using the HTML5 video element.
Thanks goes to Toby Nowland-Foreman for this one.
So I was assigned the task of creating a mobile version of the website I work for.
Luckily I came across this great starting point provided by the guys from nettuts.com
Was having some issues with a flash video covering the menu of a site. Found the answer right here…
Hey guys, I came across this great post containing lots of resouces for HTML, CSS, PHP, and Jquery tutorials.
Definitely check it out. Provided by your great friends at In The Woods
An awesome screencast showing how to manipulate a web page with the jquery console.