Posts Tagged ‘web’


Parralax.js – Simple, lightweight parallax engine that reacts to the orientation of a smart device.


Besides mouse/cursor support, it works on mobile and tablet (where gyroscope or motion detection hardware is available) too.
It comes with multiple options for customizing the effect where they can be set inline using “data attributes” or in JavaScript.

Parallax.js reacts to the orientation of your smart device, offsetting layers depending on their depth within a scene… Oh, you don’t have a smart device? No worries, if no gyroscope or motion detection hardware is available, parallax.js uses the position of your cursor instead. Radical.

jQuery 1.7.2 Released

jQuery 1.7.2 is looking good! The release candidate went smoothly so we’ve made only one small change and are releasing it to your eager hands today. You can get the oven-fresh code from the jQuery CDN now

jQuery blog post and changelog

Introducing Google Play

Now your favorite music, books, movies, apps, and games are all in one place that’s accessible from the Web and any Android device. Discover, buy and share like never before.

Learn more at

Drops App

Drops AppDrops launches with unlimited file storage, cross-platform support and a beautiful web interface.

Drops lets you to upload and manage your files effortlessly. We offer unlimited storage for your files. Also, Drops ships with cross-platform desktop application, so you can upload files from anywhere and manage them from beautiful web interface.

With Drops you don’t need to worry about file storage limits. We provide unlimited file storage for all of our users, irrespective of the plan they use, free or paid. We use Amazon S3 for fast uploading/downloading speed, so you know that your files are safe and secure. Moreover, your files will never expire. There is only a size limit for each file, which can be extended with upgrade to Premium plan.

Google Sesame

Sesame – new awesome feature from google.

Go to the link, use your phone to scan the QRcode on the page and hit the resultant url – the desktop browser will automagically redirect to your logged-in gmail without entering your password. You are in!

We constantly experiment with new and more secure authentication mechanisms, and it looks like you found one of our experiments. Note that this feature is not officially supported and may go away at any time – we’re already working on something better.
Dirk Balfanz, Google Security Team.

Best solution for public/unsecure workstation. Go Google!