Audiosprite is a node.js ffmpeg wrapper to concat small audio files into one single file. It even allows you to define the gap between each file. Continue reading Audiosprite – node.js ffmpeg wrapper to concat small audio files into one
Adding audio to a web project can be really a pain in the …. . Howler.js makes it almost painless to add audio for desktop or mobile solutions.
Just used the audio sprite feature in one of my projects to allow switching between sounds. Works perfectly on iOS after the first touch event.
howler.js / Github
Check out version 2.0 on Github, which provides even more solid features. Version 2.0
Appear.In: Hang out with friends, not with Google. Appear.In lets you set up a video chat room, send friends the link, and start talking. No accounts, no sign up necessary, just talk! Already reserved a room :)
appear.in WebRTC browser test
In a perfect world all current browsers would allow the usage of WebRTC natively, but that is as always not the case ;)
“WebRTC (Web Real-Time Communication) is an API definition drafted by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) that supports browser-to-browser applications for voice calling, video chat, and P2P file sharing without the need of either internal or external plugins.” – Wikipedia
Continue reading Using Web RTC in your web application
With a touch-optimized user experience, natively rendered widgets, straightforward page navigation, view management, and data access layers, PhoneJS is a single page application (SPA) framework for your next iOS, Android and WindowsPhone application, ready for online publication or packaged as a store-ready native app using Apache Cordova (PhoneGap).”
Really thinking about using it for one of my upcoming projects. Best documentation I have seen for a long time. Will build a test app next year :)
jQuery Mobile 1.4RC1 is a lot snappier, time take a closer look again :)
jQuery Mobile is getting faster and faster. So time to look for some nice themes. nativeDroid provides you with a native interface for your next Android App.
A set of small, responsive CSS modules and with a size of only 4.4KB.