Fabric.JS

Reinforcing The HTML5 Canvas With Fabric.js

Lou Mauget CSS & HTML, Design, Technology Snapshot Leave a Comment

This world is but a canvas to our imagination. -Henry David Thoreau Dynamic Web Graphics The past… Applets In the previous millennium, HTML markup had limited support for graphics. If we wanted dynamic graphics, or even a page that responded seamlessly to requests, we embedded a JavaScript VM in the page to host an Applet. Indeed, Applets were an original …

Responsive Design

Approaching Responsive Design

Vince Pendergrass CSS & HTML, Design, Mobile, Problem Solving, Technology Snapshot Leave a Comment

Coming from a Java back-end background and given the privilege to dive into the front-end space, I was finally able see what it was like to make a web application responsive. Although there are plenty of other benefits to responsive design, a main benefit is that there is now no need to create an application for every device out there. The use …

Night of the Living Style Guide

Brian Eye CSS & HTML, Design, Opinion, Technology Snapshot 1 Comment

Nowadays, projects are becoming more and more complex. Especially when either taking over on a project or coming in on one that has already begun, it is extremely helpful to have solid documentation to get up-to-speed. A frequent tool for this is known as a style guide, a document that explains the branding and the color usage for a particular client or …

Keyhole Releases MockOla, Feature of GrokOla

Lauren Fournier Company News, Design, Keyhole Creations Leave a Comment

The Keyhole Software team is excited to announce the release of a new feature on the GrokOla software platform – MockOla. MockOla is a rapid wireframing tool that allows users to easily create user interface mockups. Users lay out simple user interfaces configurations for web, tablet, and mobile application using a drag-and-drop element editor. Then, with GrokOla’s collaborative nature, your team is …