Home

08
Sep

I just put together a short article on how you can load files via javascript from another domain. This doesn't seem to be anything new, but it hasn't been pronounced to all webbies yet so I'm here helping to push it across. You can check out the Cross-domain XHR article here

written by jackson | comments(0)
02
Sep

I flew into Utah last weekend and have been accompanied by sinus issues for a good week now. For unknown reasons, that has reminded me that I need to promote my classical inheritance in javascript. I've searched around and haven't found anything like it on the web. I'm not trying to toot my own horn, I just see that there's some value in js oop and it needs to be shared with my fellow webbies. There's plenty of prototype oop, but none where you can run the parent's super on the child. If I haven't lost you yet, please read my OOP for JavaScript article.

written by jackson | comments(0)
28
Jun

Working on a video player for a client and I decided to run with OSMF as the display for the player. They have used a lot of the same features in their players that I've created before for mine which has made my adoption rate of OSMF quick and dreamy. Props to the OSMF team on their creation.

written by jackson | comments(0)
07
Jun

Last week I flew back into NYC. I'm back doing some work and enjoying the summer. I've been slacking on my updates so I decided that I had better leave a note on my site today. Recently I've been doing some video work for multiple clients and I have decided to make an opensource player using an opensource framework I've been using lately. I'll put it in the applications section when something is available.

written by jackson | comments(0)
30
Apr

I've been saturated in my canvas work lately in effort to cook up a useful framework for the js community. The project takes canvas & flash and makes for software that is easy for any developer to work it (and it runs on the iPhone!). I'm on the brink of developing the first major proof-of-concept app with it and will be sure to release it once it's ready. As an additional note, this framework is going to be opensource.

written by jackson | comments(0)
Syndicate content