Notes by Max Wheeler
What you see is what you want
Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Rich Text Editors.
An all-in-one directive-controller with AngularJS
This week the kind folks at Good Films hosted the second ngMelb at their offices in Fitzroy and I gave a demo of a technique for wrapping up some complex behaviour into a simple directive.
Manually bootstrapping AngularJS for asynchronous loading in Internet Explorer
For when the magic fails you.
Build your own file dropper
A DIY file dropper with Automator.
A new The Thousands
Late last week we put the finishing touches on our latest project, The Thousands.
A Chrome extension for quicker and easier access to your bookmarks (and bookmarklets) through the Omnibox.
Loading Typekit asynchronously with yepnope.js
The standard Typekit embed can literally kill your website. Use a script loader like yepnope.js (or if you’re using Modernizr already,
Modernizr.loadto load it asynchronously instead.
Watch me work
Yesterday I made a little timelapse of my screen while I worked up an interface for an application that we’re working on.
A nifty tool for making Tumblr theme development a little less head-desky.
Invisible cursors in Google Chrome with CSS
Getting your cursor to disappear in Google Chrome is a little more troublesome than one might expect.
Location, location, geolocation
Earlier this month I had the pleasure of speaking at Web Directions South in Sydney about building location-based web applications using web standards.