Articles tagged “tool”
Fathom: a framework for understanding web pages
Meet Fathom, a mini-language for writing semantic extractors, that you can use client- or server-side to extract meaning from the content of a web page. Scoop up all those ideas you threw away because they required too much understanding by the browser. We can do that now.
Vaulting Out of Walled Gardens with Fancy Links
Have you ever noticed that in Twitter, Facebook, Google and Pinterest some links are displayed quite fancily, with preview images, descriptive text summaries and other information? These links are fancy because of metadata in the source code of the web page itself, implemented specifically for the rich display of links inside each of these companies’ […]
Releasing an app is much more than just coding it. You are providing a service to people and they trust you with their data. With the amount of reports of apps “calling home” and storing and sending your data to third parties without your consent rising it is important to make it plain and obvious […]
Living on the Edge – new Adobe animation tool sparks necessary conversations
Adobe made quite some splash in the last days by releasing Edge, a Flash-like tool to create HTML5/CSS3/JS driven animations. There is a need for a tool like that and I for one am very happy to see that Adobe are recognising this. Other tools that try to tackle the same task are already around, […]