Le framework a été créé pour ressembler à l'architecture MVC de frameworks bien connu comme le Ruby On Rails, mais en supportant le côté plus moderne orienté « data » des applications Web. Ce framework convient par exemple parfaitement pour créer une application de chat en temps réel. Fuel UX. Example Below is a working radio example.
On modern browsers, Ext JS 4 utilizes HTML5 features and falls back to alternatives on older browsers. Whether you’re using Ext JS’ built-in UI components, using the Charting package, or theming your application, Ext JS 4 makes it easy to build an app that gives you the power of the web regardless of what browser your customer uses. Ext JS supports all major web browsers including: Internet Explorer 6+ Firefox 3.6+ (PC, Mac) Safari 4+ Chrome 10+ Opera 11+ (PC, Mac) NodeXL: Network Overview, Discovery and Exploration for Excel. jQuery Image Galleries & Sliders – Best Of. jQuery image galleries and sliders are very common on portfolio sites and are also useful for any other type of site for displaying images and photos.
Supersized. Index of /experiment. Video, Mobile, and the Open Web. [Also posted at brendaneich.com.]
I wrote The Open Web and Its Adversaries just over five years ago, based on the first SXSW Browser Wars panel (we just had our fifth, it was great — thanks to all who came). Some history The little slideshow I presented is in part quaint. WPF/E and Adobe Apollo, remember those? (Either the code names, or the extant renamed products?) But other parts of my slideshow are still relevant, in particular the part where Mozilla and Opera committed to an unencumbered <video> element for HTML5: Working with Opera via WHATWG on <video> Unencumbered Ogg Theora decoder in all browsers Ogg Vorbis for <audio> Other formats possible DHTML player controls.
Projects - Made by Evan. Untitled. Source code: Documentation: Introduction Constructive Solid Geometry (CSG) is a modeling technique that uses Boolean operations like union and intersection to combine 3D solids. Constructive solid geometry with Three.js. A few days ago Evan Wallace released his Constructive solid geometry library for WebGL. This library uses Boolean operations (addition, subtraction, union, intersect) to be applied on 3D geometry such as cubes, spheres, or anything else you can throw at it. I thought this would be a very nice capability to have in Three.js and wrote a wrapper for Evan’s CSG library. Download ThreeCSG.js First, an example of what code using just the CSG library looks like: