May 13, 2014

Cocoa WebView – Enabling inspection

Add the following to your main.m file:

January 27, 2014

Update on Response for Brackets

ResponseWell it has been over a year and I wish I could tell you that this feature has been worked on and is being released in an upcoming version of Brackets. Unfortunately it hasn’t been touched much by me or anyone else since I presented it at MAX. I can’t and won’t go into details about the reason for this. If you are looking to get mad at someone, I’ll take it.

But now [...]

January 21, 2014

A New Job and Focus for 2014

I’m happy to let everyone know that I’m not dead, although you wouldn’t know it from all the dust on this blog. Do people even read blogs anymore? Well I guess I’ll find out soon enough.

The last few months have been filled with lots of exciting changes at work. Firstly, you’ll notice from the image above that I am no longer an evangelist. After 5 amazing years of travel and community-focused work I was really getting a strong itch to [...]

September 16, 2013

Create Now Events Across America

Don’t be lazy and create later. The above video, hosted by a caffeinated Paul Trani, gives an overview of what to expect at the upcoming Create Now tour. There are stops in SF, Boston, Portland, Denver, Toronto, Chicago, LA, Washington, Atlanta, and Seattle. More stops will be added later on.

I’ll be at the SF event because, well, I live here.

September 12, 2013

Introduction to Photoshop Generator

The new version of Photoshop CC just launch a couple of days ago with an amazing new feature for JavaScript developers. Generator essentially adds a running Node.js server to Photoshop taking extensibility to a new level. In the video above I show you how to get your development environment setup and create your first plugin. Creating randomly colored cloud layers is no longer limited to those who went to design school.

For those who still like to read, you [...]

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