Work related to ⚡ CSS3/HTML5

Hosting the HTML5 front-end Test UI on your site – Ookla Speedtest Custom

for Ookla (Speedtest.net) on CSS3/HTML5

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Since many of Ookla's customers were new to the concept of using a iframe hosted from another web server, we needed to build a template to assist users with building their company web pages that displayed the test content in an HTML5 friendly manner.

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Updating your NetGauge site to host the STC test – Ookla Speedtest Custom

for Ookla (Speedtest.net) on CSS3/HTML5

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The client-side technology used to execute and host a test on a customer's website was completely rehauled and required a different approach to get similar results on the client's site. We worked to make this process as simple as possible for users who were used to a more complicated approach to hosting the test engine.

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How Do I Upgrade to Speedtest Custom from NetGauge? – Ookla Speedtest Custom

for Ookla (Speedtest.net) on CSS3/HTML5 Browser Networking JavaScript

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Many of Ookla's licensed vendors were using the legacy Flash technology that was quickly becoming discontinued and blocked by security enhancements to major browsers. Our major effort involved helping ISPs and other networking vendors understand the new technology involved and provided high-level tutorials to help ensure that their plan to update their website would go as smoothly as possible.

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Passing Test Results To The Browser – Ookla Speedtest Custom

for Ookla (Speedtest.net) on CSS3/HTML5 JavaScript

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Ookla's Speedtest Custom provided automatic storage of test results hosted in the online reporting dashboard for each license, however sometimes users needed to capture more information than we provided by the licensed features. To help with customer use cases, the JavaScript client leveraged the browser's Window.postMessage() method to enable safe cross-origin communication between the client's test instance and their self-hosted desired database.

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Burger Time! (CSS Only)

for Codpen.io on CSS3/HTML5

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Not sure why this is the first thing I thought of when I saw a daily CSS challenge on the topic of "hamburgers", but building this demo using only CSS compontents brought back a lot of fond memories!

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Arthur's Nightlight

for Codpen.io on CSS3/HTML5

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A robot designed with CSS only that illuminates the page when powered on.

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Canvas Dots on Mouse Events


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Just a simple demo using the browser Canvas API used to draw graphics on a web page via JavaScript. Dots are created and highlighted by interacting with mouse (or touch) events.

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Google Inbox Sun and Clouds

for Codpen.io on CSS3/HTML5

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An animated version of the image used in Google's Inbox zero inbox layout.

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Content Management - NinjaTrader 8 Help Guide


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As a Product Manager for NinjaTrader, one of my core day to day responsibilities was maintaining the online help content aimed at an audience of both financial day traders and C# developers.

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Matthew Hendricks

Content Management Systems and Documentation