Budget Analyzer Application: Client Side via jQuery Mobile

January 24, 2013

As mentioned in my previous post, this article series is around my Budget Analyzer application that I built using Grails and jQuery Mobile frameworks. I hope to present this as a more real world example of using Grails along with using jQuery Mobile for the client side responsible design that can scale to any sized […]


CSS3 Photo Gallery Example

January 7, 2012

I was looking into the new CSS3 transformations and 3D capabilities for a photo gallery I was creating for my blog and created the following effect that acts like a spinner allowing you to spin through the images as if they were on a turnstile. The best part is that all the animations and perspectives […]

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Sliding Doors of CSS

May 29, 2009

The following article shows how to create really cool tabs using pure CSS and cross-browser supported CSS (ie: not CSS3).  The technique can be applied to several other UI designs leaving your site semantically correct while creating visually appealing sites.  Check out the link below for all the details and examples. A List Apart: Articles: […]

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CSS Sprites

October 18, 2008

I decided to take the plunge and begin making my site more YSlow compliant. I had already enabled GZip through a custom GZip filter and browser caching for static resources. My next task was to limit the number of resources being served. My first part here was first minifying and combining all javascript and CSS […]

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