C3 wraps around D3 to provide easy reusable charts without writing D3 code.
Monthly Archives: August 2014
Back in the 80s and early 90s, animated graphics were mostly very low-res. Computers and graphics cards just didn’t have the oomph needed to animate hi-resolution pictures with lots of colors, and they could only display 256 different colors on the screen simultaneously, indexed from a larger palette of available colors. But clever programmers realized that by modifying the index table, a sort of poor-man’s animation could be achieved. Some took this to a whole new level, creating motion and atmospheric effects that were quite impressive.
Polyfills and webcomponent support across browers.
I don’t do much Perl any more, but this web development framework could be useful for those that do.
Questioning the use of monospace fonts for programming.