This is a summary of how I pulled travel data from across the internet built a travel site with it in two months.
I’ve been working on a project that involves integrating React Native into an existing Android application. The React Native documentation is great, but there are some gaps when it comes to Android integration, both via the emulator and on the device. Here are some small issues that I ran into while getting React Native to work […]
At SoundHound, our front-end stack is heavily composed of React Components. About 8 months ago, we naturally began experimenting with Flux implementations as well since the two work well together. We started with the generic Flux implementation, then moved to Reflux, and finally settled on NuclearJS. This post will explain some of our rationale behind what NuclearJS is, […]
Here’s the video and slides from my talk at YUIConf 2013, where I spoke about the stuff we are working on regarding gesture events. Video Slides
Slides from my Pure talk at Yahoo Open Hack USA 2013.
This article talks about how to use Handlebars templates on the client and the server, and how to avoid some pitfalls while doing so.
Yesterday, I was super excited to launch Pure at CSSConf. Pure is a set of small, responsive CSS modules that you can use in every web project.
A quick little NodeJS app that makes it easy for me to check cricket game timings, and watch live games. Check it out. Rationale Going on popular cricket sites like Cricinfo just to check what time the next game was starting to get annoying. Game times on those sites are hidden away and require multiple clicks […]
Make your Github Pages look pretty. Every time I want to make Github Pages for my open source projects, I start from scratch. I decided to fix that today. This morning, I took some time to make PrettyPages, an HTML template that makes it really easy to make nice looking Github Pages. Just copy/paste the […]
I’m a big fan of tooltips and popovers – widgets that provides contextual information on demand. I see them all over the place but I didn’t find one in YUI that I particularly liked, so I wrote my own. If you use YUI 3 for front-end development, you can now take advantage of Y.Tipsy and […]
Here’s something I hacked up quickly today. I’m not a fan of the default YUI3 Tabview skins, so I tried to make more modern. Check out the demo.
If you’re optimizing your website for IE10 on tablets, get ready to deal with -ms-touch-action. This is a new CSS property introduced by Microsoft in IE10. Essentially, it determines what default browser behaviors to enable in touch mode. When I say default behavior, I mean things like: Making the whole page do the “elastic-bounce” when […]
I recently competed in a 24hr Yahoo! Hack Day where I designed and developed Glance along with @allenr. With Glance, we wanted to show that you could make great looking web apps that work great in all browsers across desktop and mobile without resorting to CSS Media Queries or User-Agent sniffing, or changing the code […]