GitHub’s CSS · @mdo
Mark Otto talks through the state of Github’s CSS and the processes behind updating it. There’s a nice mix of pragmatism and best practices, together with a recognition that there’s always room for improvement.
A handy one-stop-shop for documentation on web technologies.
Just Solve the Problem Month 2012: Nitty Gritty « ASCII by Jason Scott
Jason goes into detail describing the File Format problem that he and others are going to tackle in the effort known as Just Solve The Problem.
InstaCSS | Instant CSS Documentation Search
Put this one on speed dial.
HTML5 — Edition for Web Developers
A beautifully readable subset of the HTML spec, with an emphasis on writing web apps (and with information intended for browser makers has been removed). Very handy indeed!
Timed tracks - WHATWG Wiki
Hixie needs your help. Document examples of augmented video (or audio) such as captioned or subtitled media.
HTML5 Elements and Attributes
A very handy interface for browsing the contents of the HTML5 spec.
AJAX APIs Playground
A nice way to play around with Google's APIs. Example code is provided which you can edit and immediately see the results.
Main - browsersec - Google Code - Browser Security Handbook landing page
This looks like being an excellentâ€”and freeâ€”resource "...meant to provide web application developers, browser engineers, and information security researchers with a one-stop reference to key security properties of contemporary web browsers."
Hurrah! Flickr are sharing their code and here's the central repository.
CSS Compatibility and Internet Explorer
A very handy table of CSS support for versions of Internet Explorer from 5 to 8. Note that IE8 Beta 1 is listed separately to IE8.0.
jQuery 1.2 Cheat Sheet :: www.gscottolson.com/weblog/
A handy cheat sheet of jQuery methods to print out and keep on hand.
jQuery UI: Widgets, Components, and Interactions
From the people who brought you jQuery comes a set of widgets built using jQuery complete with documentation and tutorials.
API - MetaWeather
I think it could be fun to mash up events (via location) with weather. This API would let me do that. How useful would it be to know what the weather would be like before coming to dConstruct, for instance?
Google Maps API Official Blog: Google Maps API Version 2
Version 2 of Google's Maps API is out. Changes, changes, read all about it.
Google Maps API Documentation