I couldn’t care less for the actual content of this EcoDazoo website, but the 3D rendering is blazingly fast! I suspect this was done with Papervision 3D. Watch it here.
Posts Categorized: Development
Kevin Yank (Sitepoint.com) wrote an interesting lesser known feature of Firefox3. I archive it here for my own documentation. The original article is here. Tucked away in the list of CSS improvements in Firefox 3 is this innocuous-looking feature: â€œHTML soft hyphens (Â) are now supported.â€ Soft hyphens are one of those obscure gems that… Read more »
A few years ago, we did experiments in 3D on the web using the VRML technology. A heavy argument was a hefty 5 megs plugin to install, and only on Internet Explorer. No mac, no firefox, no nothing. VRML is now a almost forgotten technology and it seemed no one saw a reason to pursue… Read more »
As a web developer, you’ve probably been there. That ubber cool comment/ email form you’ve developped three years ago has been a major spambot traffic exchange for any type of that-body part enlarging techniques. The usual solution is the use of captcha, or any other type of turing test validation techniques. But these transport your… Read more »
As a web developer, it is important to test against upcoming versions of popular browsers. With Firefox 3 sitting in our door step, you may find this little how-to useful : a quick ‘n easy way of running Firefox 2 alongside Firefox 3 beta 2 in Five steps: the principle is two have 2 user… Read more »
jqUploader: jQuery plugin for file upload and progressbar, has been updated ! jqUploader is a jquery plugin that substitutes html file input fields with a flash-based file upload widget, allowing to display a progressbar and percentage. The plugin uses the form action attribute value (normally pointing to a server side script handling the upload and… Read more »