Yes I know what you’re thinking. Obviously native methods are faster because jQuery has to deal with older browsers and host of other things. I completely [...]
CSS Filters can be added to any element on your Web page to create some very nice effects. You can even add multiple filters to a given element to create some interesting combined effects. Let’s start with this image: Now, let’s give it an old-timey effect with the following filters … Continue reading →
Live Demo Live Demo of three.js html/js generated by ActionScript 3 using the Randori compiler – http://renaun.com/html5/as3threejs/ What is Randori? Randori is a project with various parts and can be found at http://randoriframework.com/. For my example I am using a subset of the Randori project’s capabilities, which is fine as the Randori project is put [...]
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There have been times when I have decided that the settings that I had applied to the Virtual Copy are better than what are on my Master. In this case, I can quickly apply the settings from a virtual copy to the master, by selecting Photo > Set Copy as Master (in the Library module). [...]
Over the last month or so I have been working on something that is completely different from anything I’ve done before. It all started because I was thinking about how I could create a responsive design tool specifically aimed at developers. Adobe already has an amazing tool for designers called Edge Reflow. You can check out my tutorial if you want to see how that tool works.
But for developers, most of the time you are going to want [...]
When Lightroom 5 Public Beta was introduced I recorded a video showing my Top 5 Favorite Features (see below). One of the features that I knew would be a game changer for me was the new Smart Preview feature. When you build “Smart Previews” for your images they are available even if the original RAW [...]
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Yesterday at GoogleIO, Google announced Android Studio, a new development environment for authoring Android applications. This is a great looking new IDE for Android, based off of IntelliJ IDEA, with some new Android-specific tools and features. You can read more about Android Studio on the Google Android Developers blog. One of my first tasks upon [...]
Although it’s easy to find your Virtual Copies by using the Filter options in Lightroom, (use the Attribute filter and click the Virtual Copy icon on the far right), it isn’t as readily apparent how one can create a Smart Collection that automatically finds your Virtual Copies – but it can be done! In the [...]
Due to a problem back home, I have to leave the conference early. I’m giving my Mobile Web Debugging session in the first slot this morning (this schedule change will be announced this morning). Dave Ferguson will be covering my CF10+HTM…
In previous versions of Lightroom, you could Control (Mac) / Right Mouse (Win) -click a collection and choose “Set as Target Collection”. Then, adding additional images to the collection was as simple as tapping the “B” key (as opposed to dragging each image from the grid view into the collection). In the Lightroom 5 Beta, [...]
As you may know, recently I’ve been dealing with Chrome Extensions and their APIs quite a bit. This is because I’ve been working on my Responsive Inspector tool. (If you haven’t seen it yet and you are into Responsive Web Designs I recommend you check it out!) Overall I had a great experience with the Chrome Extensions API, [...]
Here’s a great video introduction to Adobe Creative Cloud. I strongly recommend taking a moment to watch it if you have any questions about Creative Cloud, even if you’re already are a member. It’s only two and a half minutes, so it won’t take much of your time. Enjoy!
Amongst the big announcements last week, you may not have noticed that the Adobe Edge Web Fonts got a huge upgrade too! It’s now easier than ever to browse web fonts and include them into your own HTML experiences. All for free, with no Creative Cloud membership required! Check out the video below to see [...]
I’ve come across multiple people lately who have been bitten by this so I thought a quick blog post would be useful for my readers. If you’ve recently upgraded your ColdFusion server or patched it, you may find some forms return an error…