The time has finally come to ditch Wordpress for something much lighter, markdown-based and easy to work with. After much search and procrastination, I settled on Hexo.js, which, to my delight turned out to be a fantasti
Getting search engines to crawl your wonderful single-page Website is hard. Since rendering is not done by the server, you have no real way of serving your site content to non-browser clients (like search engine robots).
This isn’t a jQuery vs. the world rant, nor is it a comparison of MV frameworks. Instead, this is my take on how the jQuery phenomena is hindering the progress of MV frameworks and front-end development in the mobile age
There are many client-side MV* frameworks out there. My framework de jour is Spine.js, which I have grown to like and appreciate. However, like most frameworks out there, Spine depends on jQuery (or Zepto to an extend)
Its been a busy weekend, and I’m proud to share two newly released projects with you. Audio5js If you read my recent post about the state of HTML5 audio codec support and share similar frustrations, Audio5js is here for
Preface As usual, opinions vary, and you, as well as I, are entitled to our opinions. This post is one of those rants that might tick you off. If that’s the case, I truly apologize and hope you can see beyond the frustra
Update (19-Nov-2012 18:30pm) - The following post is a subjective rant. It isn’t meant to convince you that you should or shouldn’t use Ruby, or any other technology. The context of the points below is that of Web develo
I’ve done it. Gone is the little green Website I had these past few years. Instead, I give you a new shiny blog, which I hope will grow and thrive as time goes by. If you’re looking for something I had on the old site, p