Ron Paul Facts →
“Ron Paul has no alarm clock, but instead wakes every morning to the call of freedom.” via mattly
An Overview of XAML →
A little while ago I talked about how I was starting to get into Windows Presentation Framework (WPF) development. It’s now been a couple of months diving head first into WPF and I feel like I’ve got a good view of technology — so I thought I might weigh in on the fundemental building blocks of WPF: XAML. WPF Recap Windows Presentation Framework is Microsoft’s answer to developing Windows...
The secret to creating smooth animations with...
I’ve finally found the secret to creating smooth animations with accurate easing in WPF. The trick is to lose all faith in Microsoft, and start from the ground up. Here’s the steps: Abandon all native WPF animation classes and methods Use your own easing functions Perform all animations within CompositionTarget.Rendering event A great example of the CompositionTarget.Rendering event...
backDeltaFraction = frontDeltaFraction * ((double)FrontItems.Count / (double)Bac Probably the most irratable part of debugging C# code is knowing when something’s coming back as an int and should be a double so you get normal division.
Design Bookmarklet →
Add a Grid, Ruler, etc to any webpage
I’ve seen more spine in jellyfish, I’ve seem more guts in eleven...– Brand New (Seventy Times 7 / Your Favorite Weapon)
Bossman: So, how many machines is this going to ship on in the first release?
Client: Umm, around 100 million I think.
Internal Monologue: Shit.
HTML5 and CSS3 are doomed for disaster →
Throw around phrases like Future of Web Design and you’ll get lots of thoughts regarding conferences, HTML5, and CSS3. If you’re a developer-developer, you probably believe these are the technologies that are going to be the future, and rightfully so. Real column support, local storage, and more semantic goodness than you could put on a Christmas Tree. But if you’re a real-world-developer, you...