Creating SVG vector graphics for maximum browser compatibility
Pixel density is now a thing and SVG is well supported in all major browsers. Give SVG a chance. http://voormedia.com/blog/2012/10/creating-svg-vector-graphics-for-maximum-browser-compatibility
Create terminal like interfaces in a browser. Because… why not? http://www.michalkowalkowski.com/cssConsole/
More videos of JSConfEU talks can be found here: http://www.youtube.com/user/jsconfeu
Mozilla to give in on h.264
Imagine a world where we only have to encode video once. http://www.webmonkey.com/2012/10/mozilla-plans-h-264-video-for-desktop-firefox/
@supports lands in webkit
Modernizr’s days are numbered http://trac.webkit.org/changeset/131783
Asyncronous partials in node http://bifocalsjs.com/
Mozilla Event reference
Why not? http://opalrb.org/
Responsive sausage dog
Just because http://rsd.joshemerson.co.uk/
Matt P has found something questionable over on MSDN
Ever heard of a tri-state boolean with 5 possible values, 3 of which are unsupported? I hadn’t until a few minutes ago. Details located at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa432714(office.12).aspx. Another one to file under the sick-and-wrong category.
Here’s another link - this time one to file under the “impressive” folder:
How to Sort One Million 8-digit Numbers in 1MB of RAM
Andrew has been performing… sequel acrobatics
Renaming indexes in ActiveRecord:
One of the things I found which is available from Rails 3 is the rename_index method.
So if you have changed a column name which you are indexing on simply add the following to your migration
rename_index :table_name, 'old_name', 'new_name'
Please note: this may also work with symbols! I haven’t a clue!
Matt F has been mourning the passing of CEEFAX
Sadly http://rubyweaver.js-designz.net/ needs some tlc. Any takers?
I think these are self-explanatory:
Fortran on a Mac
1962’s hottest game, running on a DEC PDP-1 emulator http://spacewar.oversigma.com/