Author Archives: moe

Responsive Design and the Modern Web Application

I recently gave a talk on some of the challenges a modern web application faces, and how we (as developers) sometimes make too many assumptions based on screen size. It also covers some of the shortcomings in traditional RWD, and … Continue reading

Responsive Web Design 2.0

Update: this project is now up on GitHub: github.com/mordendk/rwd20 Here at Vertica A/S we’re kicking off the annual Innovation Camp for 2014. My entry was the proposal of RWD2.0 – which tries to improve on the concepts of RWD as … Continue reading

Irma.dk – Raising The Bar With AngularJS

I recently gave a talk on some of the techniques used in developing irma.dk, how AngularJS helped os implement new ideas and extract a lot of complexity. It’s from a local Meetup where I work, so the video is in … Continue reading

Web Components

This is still early stage, but if you have an hour or two, this shows you where web-app development is heading. Walkthrough of the elements: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJZx9c6YL8k – and slides. Google devs (alpha) take on the concept with polyfills for almost … Continue reading

JavaScript Best Practices Podcast

A follow-up on the presentation I did for ANUG a few months ago. I’m being interviewed by Søren Spelling and we have a friendly talk about this and that in danish. ANUGCast #157 JavaScript Best Practices part 1 ANUGCast #158 … Continue reading

Javascript Management & Best Practices

The other day I did a talk on structuring client code and getting more out of jQuery. Target audience was ANUG and getting these .NET’ers up to speed on the world of JS. A good read for anyone into frontend … Continue reading

Deep Linking and Indexing AJAX Applications – Google, Hashbang and state maintenance

In AJAX applications user interaction is handled on the fly and content is generated and injected into the DOM. Today this is an important step in creating responsive UI’s and the benefits are obvious. But since users are no loner … Continue reading

Frontend Development Feeds and Newsletters

Hey folks, here’s a list of feeds and newsletters you might find useful – I know I do. They’re mostly personal blogs by dedicated Javascript developers, and the newsletters have kept an excellent standard so far. So in no particular … Continue reading

What’s the Business Value of a Rounded Corner?

This is a dive into the challenges of visual identity, browser compatibility and embracing the web. It’s up on the blog where i work, so sorry guys, this one is in Danish. blog.vertica.dk/post/Hvad-er-forretningsvc3a6rdien-af-et-rundt-hjc3b8rne.aspx

Website Performance

This is a presentation on website performance I did for a tech talk at work. Just to state some best practices and get everyone to think about it in our projects. http://www.slideshare.net/mordendk/website-performance-5212609 It’s barely scratching the surface on a big … Continue reading