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What’s my browser

What’s my browser/What’s my IP? is a service that makes it easy for you (and your client) to get information about the client’s IP and browser settings.


Need a grid layout ? Use Gridulator. David Sleight has written a blog post about Gridulator. (Via Jeffrey Zeldman)


A first look at Animatable from Andy Clarke on Vimeo. The team behind Mad Manimation, which I blogged about earlier, has launched a video of their upcoming browser based tool to make CSS3 animations. The tool is works entirely in the browser. It’s called Animatable. Check out the video to see how easy it is […]

Modernizr 2.0 beta

Modernizr starts 2011 off with a bang and releases the first beta of Modernizr 2. Modernizr is a JavaScript library that adds classes to the <html> element and allows you to target specific browser functionality in your stylesheet. Read more about it at New in Modernizr 2 is that you can now limit it […]

Mother-effing hsl()

Developer Paul Irish has launched Mother-effing hsl(). A wee site to help you get HSL color codes. HSLa is an acronym for Hue Saturation Lightness (and alpha) and works in a similar way to RGBa in CSS. Read more about HSL in Chris Coyier’s blogpost “Yay for HSLa” and check out the Mac application Colors […]

Robert Scoble interviews Danish 23 Video founder

Robert Scoble interviews Danish founder of 23 Video about the video web service, which recently launched an international version. Via a @bendix retweet.

Border Radius

Border Radius is nifty little tool to fast get some CSS3 border radius code. It’s made by Tumblr’s Creative Director Jacob Bijani.

CSS3 Generator

CSS3 Generator by Randy Jensen is a nifty tool to quick grind out some border radius CSS3 code for your project.

Ryan Singer talk at Future of Web Apps 2010

Ryan Singer at Future of Web Apps, London 2010 from Ryan Singer on Vimeo. UI Designer and Product Manager Ryan Singer from 37signals gave a talk at the recent Future of Web Apps conference in London showing how creating a web app including modeling, sketching, HTML, Photoshop explorations, and moving from static mockups to live […]

Visualize your check-ins

You’ve been checking in for ages, but how does it look? Try WeePlaces’ visualizer service and get an overview of where you’ve been. It supports Facebook Places, Gowalla and Foursquare and lets you share with friends. (Via a Jeffrey Zeldman tweet)

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