From a LinkedIn post earlier today I found out about a working Rubik’s cube built by South African developer Zukisani Zamela with HTML5 and THREE.js (possibly inspired by the cube seen in this tutuorial). Try it out here.
While it needs some refinement it does work and is a good example of the growing power of browsers . . . and developer ingenuity . . . today. Ernő Rubik would be proud.
Okay, I just did my first “cufón vs. @font-face” comparison and cufón ended up looking way better. These tests are from my online resume where I have been using cufón for quite some time to display the headers in the Kon Tiki Kona font (you won’t be able to tell the difference unless you are viewing this article on its own; if you view it from the front page of the blog both images will appear squished):
Unless I can find a way to get lettering displayed with the CSS @font-face property to turn up clearer I may be forced to stick with cufón for now.
I started my first website in 1996 when GeoCities came out and began learning HTML in 1998 and CSS in 1999. I began working professionally in front end web development “in the year 2000″ (thanks, Conan). I have done many things with CSS beginning in 2000 that very few people ... Continue reading »