In this week’s episode:  Todd discusses his self-imposed ban from Twitter while David tries to fathom a day without feeling the importance of people liking his pithy tweets.  The episode is saved by Pint, a Microsoft open source who also happens to be a momentjs maintainer and TC39 representative.  I promise you’ll learn more about dates and time than you ever thought you would! Enjoy!





  • Responsive Images: The Ultimate Guide

    Chances are that any Web designers using our Ghostlab browser testing app, which allows seamless testing across all simultaneously, will have worked with responsive design in some shape or form. And as today’s websites and become ever more varied, a plethora of responsive images…

  • Serving Fonts from CDN

    For maximum performance, we all know we must put our assets on CDN (another domain).  Along with those assets are custom web fonts.  Unfortunately custom web fonts via CDN (or any cross-domain font request) don’t work in Firefox or Explorer (correctly so, by spec) though…

  • HTML5’s window.postMessage API

    One of the little known HTML5 APIs is the window.postMessage API.  window.postMessage allows for sending data messages between two windows/frames across domains.  Essentially window.postMessage acts as cross-domain AJAX without the server shims. Let’s take a look at how window.postMessage works and how you…

  • Web Audio API

    The Web Audio API allows developers to load and decode audio on demand using JavaScript.  The more I evaluate awesome games for Firefox OS TVs, the more I get to learn about these APIs that I normally wouldn’t touch.  The following is a very basic introduction to the WebAudio API…



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