Need to use require.js to load a bunch of scripts compiled via assetic into a PHP file, annoyed by auto-append of .js, don’t want to set up irritating routing? Add a ? to the URL, require.js will add a .js to the query string, loading the file correctly.
Doing a test implementation of a+rel+iframe+postMessage hypermedia UI injection (needs a better name) — using existing rel=create-form
cssquirrel Zepto is nice for browser extensions, where the browser will always be modern and capable
Just reported+hid all Wix ads on Facebook — dialog asked me why. Flash websites are “Against My Views” #web
Turns out that performing a GET request on a data URI from PHP works if file_get_contents is used, not if cURL is used. I wonder what support is like for other server side languages — using data URIs in
with could be the basis of some interesting #webactions.
The more interwoven the relationship between the appearance and the manufacturing process is, the more honest the material.
Too right. I love the way @kevingoldman advocates the use of movement, state and microcopy for emotive design on the web.
#exeterweb conversation summaries:
Doing acceptance #testing in a different language to your application is philosophically a good idea.
When syndicating data, the quality can be used to determine the canonical version even if the separate versions don't link to each other (example: photographer takes RAWs, gives TIFF to client, RAW is proof of provenance) #POSSE
Not drinking tea and not having cream on cream teas reduces the day to day hassle, stress and confusion of living in Devon by approximately 90%.
And the compliment of that #universallaw: the simpler the text-publishing service, the more interesting uses it’s users will put it to, provided it paves their cow paths (e.g. Twitter with RTs, #hashtags and @-replies).
Give users constraints and simplicity, see what they do, then solidify that functionality — or, from an #indieweb point of view, give yourself constraints, then pave your solitary cowpaths.
It doesn’t matter what the original intention of the service was, if it allows people to publish text on the web, it will be used as a chat room, a blog and an advertising outlet.