8. January 2014
Google Chrome developer tool is simply one of the best tools available for debugging of HTML5 applications.
It has one neat feature: possibility to inspect CSS of element and editing it on the fly.
That works fine for normal styles, but what about :hover state?
There is one “hidden” option which allows to switch element to :hover state.
Inspect element of HTML. You should see Styles on the right hand side. There are 3 icons. Click the middle one with arrow sign. It will pop up menu with checkboxes. You can select here CSS pseudo classes like :active, :focus, :hover or :visited.
20. January 2013
New Adobe Edge Animate looks pretty good. Here is my small experiment:
13. January 2013
Firefox has one very neat feature for web developers – 3D inspection. It’s very useful when you need to examine layer overlay or event bubbling.
Just right click and choose Inspect Element:
You’ll switch to inspect mode. Click 3D View in the right bottom corner.