For some time now, I’m a big fan of the Window Size Bookmarklet by Joss Crowcroft. This bookmarklet allows you to display the X/Y size of the viewport in the left corner of your browser. It can be very useful for debugging some CSS3 media queries.
When I came across on responsive.is, I said to myself: “Victor, you must write your own bookmarklet which mix both features.”
I mean a bookmarklet which allows to display the size of the viewport and some buttons to change the viewport to smartphone/tablet size automatically.
One week after Curtain.js I’m glad to announce the release of my latest plugin called “Glisse.js”.
Glisse.js is a simple, responsive and fully customizable jQuery photo viewer… and with a whole bunch of CSS3. You’ll like the transitions between two pictures entirely assumed by CSS3. There are 7 different transition effects. You can use your keyboard to navigate between pictures, and there is a full touch support for iPhone and iPad. Unfortunately, I haven’t tested yet the plugin with an Android device.
I needed to generate HTML elements which had random background colors with Sass. Unfortunately, it’s absolutely impossible.
So, I decided to add a custom ruby method to the
Sass::Script::Functions module. It’s incredibly elementary but maybe it’ll help someone :)