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AOL Tech -- the team behind Engadget, TUAW, Joystiq, Massively and more -- is looking for a great front-end developer who can help us take Engadget and our other blogs to new levels. The job is a full-time remote worker position, so the ideal candidate has good time management...
Responsive design, the process of making a design react and change based on screen sizes, is rapidly becoming a popular way to ensure that websites look great everywhere — from smartphones and tablets to laptops and even 27″ iMacs. Luckily, there are now tons of tools out there to help make...
Valentine’s Day is less than a week away, and if you’re looking for a cute and Earth-saving way to show your special someone how much you care, we’ve got you covered*. Kaitlyn Trigger, girlfriend of Instagram co-founder Mike Krieger, created Lovestagram, a simple Valentine creator that uses your Instagram photos. Trigger built...
Hot off the presses, Garlic.js is a new JQuery plugin made by French developer Guillaume Potier which serves quite a simple purpose: to prevent your users from losing their form data. It may sound a bit dry at first, but when it comes to acquiring new users, usability is everything, and that...
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The reinvigorated competition in the browser market over the last few years has definitely been a boon for users, but having a number of browsers with very high user numbers makes life a bit harder for developers who want to write extensions. Crossrider, which is coming out of beta today,...
The Next Web staff writers are smart cookies, so not only did we totally understand the movie Inception, we could have even made it better if we put our minds to it. That said, there may be a handful of people on this planet that didn’t quite grasp the plot...
Very interested in sammy.js. Client side Sinatra that keeps your JQuery from getting out of control. http://bit.ly/aXk8uD
It's been a while since we've talked about Codecademy here at AVC. I think the last time I blogged about this USV portfolio company was at the start of the year when they did their Code Year thing which resulted in over a quarter million people signing up to learn...
Fancy Input is an experimental jQuery plugin that utilizes CSS3 effects in an unexpected place: text input fields. Created by developer Yair Even-Or, this project is worth a look for any designer interested in emerging Web technology, but it also leaves room for an interesting discussion. This, of course, is just an exploration of...
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?