There is no universal CSS attribute that corresponds to the blur effect. The “filter” attribute offers great possibilities, but it’s not widely adopted yet. Some people emulate blur by defining shadows in a clever way. Others draw on canvas. In this post I’d like to remind that it’s possible to make the blur effect with [...]
Below I list steps necessary to run Tfoo (source) on Heroku. Although specific, it may help in deploying any Yesod application. May help in deploying arbitrary Haskell program too.
I have always sought ways to turn mobile devices into develoment platforms. The outcome has been particularily good in one setup, which I’d like to describe here. You needn’t to know Haskell to read this article. I will be focusing mostly on the environment, its quirks and its surprising attractiveness for every curious programmer.
The blog’s layout has changed a little today, you can see the transition in the image above. I like this look’s minimalism, cleanliness and unobtrusiveness. Now if only there were more actual blog posts here…
It seems that Ruby language and OSX Cocoa API don’t mix well in every scenario. It is common knowledge that making these two work together is as easy as using RubyCocoa or MacRuby. These however are not universal tools; let me show you some use cases below.
Apparently every once in a while there’s a programmer that bumps into the idea of writing code in Helvetica (or other non-monospace font). This happened lately to me, I did some research and below I’m posting the results.