What’s New in Chrome 39

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Despite being six years old, Chrome is rapidly approaching middle age in version numbers. Chrome 39 has been released and you probably have it installed. There are several good new features … plus one or two slightly suspect additions. via What’s New in Chrome 39.

Easy Internet Explorer Testing with RemoteIE

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Web developers have a duty to ensure their shiny new web site or application works on a variety of browsers. At the absolute minimum, that means Chrome/Opera, Firefox, and Internet Explorer. Ideally, Safari and a few mobile iOS and Android browsers would complete the job. Testing is not easy. It’s laborious and our efforts are thwarted by the availability of …

Make a 3D Model from Pictures

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Without having an expensive 3D scanner I found a way to take pictures and make a 3D model with completely free software. In this Instructable I will take you through creating your own small scale picture taking studio to using the free software to create and edit your model. via Make a 3D Model from Pictures.

Resources for JavaScript and DOM Compatibility Tables

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One of the best info-apps to come about in recent years is the well-known and super-practical Can I Use by Alexis Deveria. Although Can I Use is great for many cutting-edge features, there’s still a lot of JavaScript and DOM stuff that’s not included in there. So what other options are there for looking up browser support for many different …

50 Filters of WordPress: An Introduction to Filters – Tuts+ Code Tutorial

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WordPress is an amazing platform and the most popular content management system in the world. The reason for this title is because of its extensibility. In this series, we’re going to learn about filters – one of the best ways we can extend WordPress. In the foundation of this feature lies hooks – filters and actions of WordPress. Without them, we …