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Jul 29, 2014
@ 7:55 pm

Backbone.history.start

There are so many different JavaScript MVC frameworks out there. As a dev, you’ve taken some time to get familiar with a few. You’ve probably looked at Angular, Ember, and maybe even Backbone.

I prefer Backbone.js. The main reason is,

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Jul 28, 2014
@ 9:15 pm

Evening code session. Soundtrack: TM404’s live set from March 2014. Pretty chill, but keeping the wheels turning…


Jul 28, 2014
@ 9:04 pm

CSS3 Animation: Listeners

So, there’s CSS, and then there’s animation with CSS. Making markup look good on a page is one thing, but after some time spent working with full page transitions and keyframing animations, I’ve found it gets a little more complicated - quickly.

Here’s a little snippet that I’ve used to help listen for the events that are surfaced during CSS3 transitions. Consider this code snippet:

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Jul 28, 2014
@ 6:56 pm

There are several artists from Ghostly International who produce really captivating works.  Glad you like this one, bishopz.  
bishopz:

Thanks James for sending me this artist. Really amazing work, check it out.
A selection of limited edition prints and Ghostly cover art by Michael Cina | The Ghostly Store

There are several artists from Ghostly International who produce really captivating works.  Glad you like this one, bishopz.  

bishopz:

Thanks James for sending me this artist. Really amazing work, check it out.

A selection of limited edition prints and Ghostly cover art by Michael Cina | The Ghostly Store


Jul 27, 2014
@ 3:31 pm

Up and running

Today I settled on a new home for a my personal site.  

After a few years trying to find the time to create some completely custom site / blog / etc to act as a platform for my projects, I’ve decided to go with Tumblr.

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