Provides developers with a web based code editor, a live application preview window, and a library of sample code and snippets to use as starting points.
Can you do physics at 60 frames per second controlling DOM elements on a mobile device? Steve Newcomb, founder and CEO of famo.us, is here to tell you “yes, you can.” A 50 minute presentation from HTML5DevConf.
Improving Your 2013 Productivity With The Chrome DevTools (by GoogleDevelopers)
Chrome’s ‘DevTools’ have evolved over the past year to offer a number of features that can enrich your development workflow. Addy Osmani introduces you to some of these features, including Workspaces - a convenient way to create and edit new applications.
Zoltan Hawryluk demonstrates how to create image galleries that sit behind a clipped image and work across browsers.
A look at using Google Cloud Messaging for Chrome, a Chrome-only mechanism for pushing messages to pages or apps being rendered in Chrome.
This dates from last year but is an interesting look at using Web Workers to perform key image manipulation work in the background. Also includes source code for once it was converted to a Windows 8 app.
Over on HTML5 Rocks, Paul Lewis looks at the expense of ‘painting’ page elements, what triggers repaints, and how you can prevent unnecessary paints from taking place.