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Monthly Archives: March, 2013

“Magazine-like layouts with CSSRegions” and the WebVisions NewYork show

At the end of February, i attended the WebVisions conference, hosted in the “Theater for the New City”, New York. The audience consisted of half-developers half-designers and Adobe, a key sponsor for the event, had two speakers: Kevin Hoyt and myself. While Kevin had a presentation about PhoneGap and how it can be used to build... Continue reading →

Links of Interest

Here at Adobe we’ve started collecting links being shot around in the office and compiled a list of some of the interesting ones. There’s a lot of exciting news happening around the open web platform recently so be sure to check out these weekly link digests: – Develop and share web shaders all in... Continue reading →

CSS Fragmentation In WebKit

What is fragmentation? The CSS 2.1 specification defines a box model to represent the layout of a document and pretty much everything is a box. Normal flow nodes (e.g. not absolutely positioned) are laid out child by child starting at the top of their parent element box. If an element’s box is too small to fit all the content,... Continue reading →