Today Vasilis a link to a very nice (and old, apparently) CSS trick I didn’t know yet:
An element in the normal flow that establishes a new block formatting context (such as an element with ‘overflow’ other than ‘visible’) must not overlap any floats in the same block formatting context as the element itself.
An example is embedded below. The second comment
div (recognisable by its grey background color) has
overflow: hidden; to it. The first one hasn’t:
Check out this Pen!
Neat, really neat.
Overflow – a secret benefit →
In this article, we won’t focus on what numerous Grunt plugins do to your actual project code, but on the Grunt build process itself. We will give you practical ideas on:
- How to keep your Gruntfile neat and tidy,
- How to dramatically improve your build time,
- And how to be notified when a build happens.
Supercharging your Gruntfile →
And it’s stuck in my head again …
Not sure what I’m talking about? Here’s the original:
Damn Vulnerable iOS App (DVIA) is an iOS application that is damn vulnerable. Its main goal is to provide a platform to mobile security enthusiasts/professionals or students to test their iOS penetration testing skills in a legal environment. This application covers all the common vulnerabilities found in iOS applications (following OWASP top 10 mobile risks) and contains several challenges that the user can try.
Damn Vulnerable iOS Application →
Damn Vulnerable iOS Application Source (GitHub) →
Damn Vulnerable iOS Application Solutions (Demo) →
Great tech talk by the folks over at Ray Wenderlich on CocaoPods, the dependency manager for Objective-C. Be sure to click through on the link below as the original article contains a truckload of useful links.
CocoaPods Tech Talk Video →
Source Code used in the talk (.zip) →
As per true xkcd style, the real message is hidden in the
title attribute of the image:
We’re firing you, but the online headline-writing division wants to hire you.
Long story short: don’t buy likes. Not fake nor legit either; Grow organically.
The explanation on why legitimate likes render so many fake ones is a plausible one too. And no, it’s not Facebook shoving a part of your money to the clickfarms.
Sony’s W Series Walkman is a barebones MP3 player with one key selling point: it’s waterproof. But that can be a difficult thing to highlight on store shelves — at least when you’re limited to traditional retail packaging. For its customers in New Zealand, Sony decided to try something different.
Hat off for the guy who left the Pepsi sticker on the robotic arm of the vending machine filled with Coca-Cola cans