Today I came across an error while I was linting my Intelligent RGB / HEX Converter Plugin code about requiring a radix value for parseInt(). After a quick look up on Google I could see that excluding this parameter could lead to some rather nasty bugs in your code.
I find that the appearance of radio and checkbox inputs has always been limited. Some browsers have allowed some modification of these elements but for the most part it’s quite difficult to get them to look good and fit in with more colorful designs.
Character Counters have always bothered me during development as I was never able to find a good place for them. Sometimes I had forms with multiple inputs and having a little character counter bubble above each one just made the form look bloated and messy.
It’s not very often I need an rgb / hex converter in my apps or to convert a color code quickly, but when I do I find there are never any good tools around to do it quickly.
I have never really gotten into using Grunt, but once I got it going I found out how great it is at automating so many tasks like linting, testing and minifying my files.
Great video with Steve Jobs reflecting on what is most important in life. This is a great quote that really caught my attention.
This is an awesome little plugin that I just came across recently that creates a flip animation on virtually any element on your screen.
After a bit of a break from Websanova we’re finally back with a redesign and some new plugins which we will be showcasing in the following week.
Most of the jQuery modal plugins out there had either not enough options, or too many and weren’t too flexible either way.
The article details installing PHP oAuth on Windows.