Introduction to Photoshop’s Toolbox

Most of programmers try some design practices using Photoshop, and usually they don’t know how to use it. So here is a short description about Photoshop toolbox to start with design. In this tutorial I’ll cover Anatomy of the tool box and short description of what exactly these tools do for you. In this lesson, you’ll be introduced to Adobe Photoshop’s …

ePub chapter 2: Building your first ePub

A minimally conforming EPUB bundle has several required files. The specification can be quite strict about the format, contents, and location of those files within the EPUB archive. This section explains what you must know when you work with the EPUB standard. Anatomy of an EPUB bundle The basic structure of a minimal EPUB file …

Sencha Animator Chapter 3: Step-by-step guide to create rocking boat animation

This guide is intended to help you get your hands on Animator controls and take you through basic techniques for building CSS3 Transformation-based animations using the tool. Follow the steps described here to build a simple project composed of a single scene. You add objects, set their properties, and export and run the project when …

Sencha Animator Chapter 2: Guided Tour

To make effective use of Sencha Animator, it’s important to learn the major parts of the interface and feature groupings. This guided tour of Animator provides a brief introduction to Animator functionality and suggests exercises to help you learn your way around the tool. Download and launch Animator Download the free trial version of Animator …

Sencha Animator Chapter 1: Introduction

The “phobia” to flash is spreading rapidly. In this battle HTML5 comes with CSS3, the new standard for style sheets that will put glamorous touch in this “new horizon”. Legends have already begun to renovate the strategies as like Microsoft silverlight BackgroundWorker class provides an easy way to run time-consuming operations on a background thread. …

Responsive designs

Responsive design means, designing your website to adapt to the user’s viewing environment (mobile, tablet, laptop etc.). It does this through the use of media queries, and other clever technology. Ethan Marcotte wrote the original article about it, and a pretty handy book. It essentially indicates that a web site is crafted to use Cascading …