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October 13, 2016 at 2:15PM • 51 minutes
Jeremy Osborn is the Academic Director of Aquent Gymnasium, an innovative MOOC for designers, developers and marketing professionals, and the author of popular books on web technology and design software, including his latest, HTML5 Digital Classroom. He and Jeffrey Zeldman discuss the rapidly changing landscape of modern web design; how to keep learning and stay inspired; remembering the human being you're designing for, and the joy of stress cases.
June 28, 2016 at 12:45AM • 1 hour 8 minutes
Fede explica lo que es y lo que no es HTML5, describe sus componentes, el rol de navegadores y finalmente describe librerías útiles para crear sitios web HTML5.
February 20, 2015 at 8:15PM • 57 minutes
Darcy Clarke joins us this week to talk about his repo on the HTML5 Boilerplate org on GitHub "Front-end Developer Interview Questions".
Darcy is the creator of the Front-end Developer Interview Questions project on the H5BP org on GitHub -- it's "a list of helpful front-end related questions you can use to interview potential candidates, test yourself or completely ignore."
We discuss why the repo has been so successful, the challenges of translating a text document into multiple languages, managing contributions, the art of interviewing, and how the expectations of front-end developers have evolved over time, and how to stay relevant in our fast moving industry.
At the end of the episode, we turned the tables on Darcy and asked him a few questions from the list.
"The goal is to try to have the (interview) question be more open ended, and hopefully it starts a discussion between the interviewer and interviewee." 12:28 - Darcy Clarke
"This document is like a high school english assignment, with over 100 group members, and they all have differing opinions, and there's a ton of different subjects... It's the worst kind of open source project." 22:56 - Darcy Clarke
New members! Pedro Gomes, Kyle Mahan, Mike Perham, Jan Ebersbach, Gjermund Bjaanes, Matthew Mccormick, Ben Gillin, Austin Ginder
Jonathan Banta, Matthew Brictson
January 29, 2015 at 7:00PM • 1 hour 28 minutes
En este episodio, Fede y Flavio hablan de el error en la edición de Puromac 329, el sorteo para la carcasa de Fede, los resultados record del último trimestre, las noticias mas recientes sobre el Apple Watch, como ha crecido el presupuesto de investigación y desarrollo de Apple, la actualización 10.10.2 de OS X, la actualización 8.1.3 de iOS, YouTube ahora usa video HTML5 por defecto, Outlook para iOS, y En Tu Mac.
June 18, 2014 at 3:45PM • 1 hour 2 minutes
HTML5 brought more semantic elements to HTML. How's that going? Why should developers use semantic HTML? Bruce Lawson joins Jen Simmons to discuss HTML, semantics, accessibility, ARIA roles, microformats, microdata, RDFa, web components and more.
June 28, 2013 at 2:15AM • 55 minutes
iOS Survey - New iOS icons overwhelmingly approved. http://www.tuaw.com/2013/06/24/study-early-users-prefer-ios-7-system-icons/
Recumbo ios7 html5 demo of ios7. Apple asked Recumbo to pull down the demo. ow.ly/mgQaN
How to enforce code-style for large group development/uncrustify/code linters
Alcatraz + BBUncrustify
Have a code-convention/style guide/best practices - Communicated and discussed with new engineers, backed by threat of physical violence
Somebody write Checkstyle for Obj-C
What are your team’s code conventions? (FLAME WAR!!)
Tweet us @iohyespodcast with hashtag #codestyles and tell us:
"What are you doing to enforce code styles?"
"Do you use any code style?"
"Do you have code style flame wars on your team?"
April 24, 2013 at 8:15PM • 1 hour 30 minutes
Electronic book formats are changing. EPUB3 and HTML5 are providing tools to create new forms of books, with richer experiences. Nellie McKesson joins Jen Simmons to explain where digital books have been, and where they are going.
March 28, 2013 at 7:00PM • 53 minutes
Jeffrey Zeldman interviews Monkey Do studio co-founders Michael Pick and Tim Murtaugh, the design and development team behind the A List Apart and An Event Apart redesigns, HTML5 Reset, Edible City, and client projects including Scientific American, World Science Festival, and EconoMonitor.
Mike, Tim, and Jeffrey discuss the A List Apart redesign, responsive images and type, CSS Zen Garden, organic design processes, the future of CMS systems, designing a food truck app, and more.
December 14, 2012 at 10:30AM • 54 minutes
We discuss why Google Maps is better than Apple maps, Facebook speeds up Android App by by ditching HTML5, Apple releases iTunes 11.0.1., Apple now has a System Status page, US and UK refuse to sign UN internet treaty, Samsung to reduce investment in LCD, Verizon pushing Android 4.1 update to Samsung Galaxy S III tomorrow (12/15/2012), humanoid robot flexes its 160 muscles, John McAfee claims to have pulled the 'crazy card', woman wants her Ikea monkey back, Microsoft Surface hits first UK retailer, and unusual baby names of 2012.
November 8, 2012 at 7:00PM • 1 hour 26 minutes
September 21, 2012 at 7:45PM • 1 hour 13 minutes
Horace and Moisés discuss the early consumer response to iOS 6 (Maps in particular), and how people appear to greatly prefer native apps to their web app counterparts. They also dig into just how large an opportunity cost Apple is capable of absorbing in the interest of protecting their platform. In doing so, they examine the native app vs. HTML5 debate.
August 21, 2012 at 2:15PM • 1 hour 22 minutes