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New website launched!

November 28th 2009

I’ve just launched my new website design. I want to say a big thank you to my friend Marie-Anne (http://turkoise.ca/) who took the shitty design I tried to make and made it pretty. I completely change the way I display the information on the website and my plugins are now an integral part of the […]

This tweet got me thinking.

November 16th 2009

Today James Padolsey posted something quite interesting on his Twitter account that got me thinking: Wondering what the client-side would be like if there were multiple languages, not just JavaScript… Not only it got me thinking, but it also scared me. The way it works now is, you download a browser, you deal with what […]

prettySociable 1.1

November 10th 2009

Here’s an updated version of prettySociable. It now supports bit.ly url shortening so you can easily track how many people clicked on the shared links. I also fixed a but where the “hover” would not display correctly on images that are not floating. Head over the project page to download the new version: http://no-margin-for-errors.com/projects/prettySociable/ Check […]

Google Closure Tools best thing that happened in a while.

November 6th 2009

Google launched closures tools yesterday. In consists of 3 things: A JavaScript optimizer The Closure Compiler compiles JavaScript into compact, high-performance code. The compiler removes dead code and rewrites and minimizes what’s left so that it downloads and runs quickly. It also also checks syntax, variable references, and types, and warns about common JavaScript pitfalls. […]

Announcing prettySociable

October 28th 2009

I’m at it again. Here’s my latest plugin, prettySociable. It’s meant to make sharing easy while being fun for the user. It was inspired by the sharing on mashable.com. Come back soon for a wordpress plugin, a friend of mine is working on it. Head over the project page for a demo: http://no-margin-for-errors.com/projects/prettySociable/ Feel free […]