Code Archive


I hate Twitter. I also hate Facebook a little, although I use them both from time to time. It’s simply the fact that everyone started using them and both are now full of spammers and background noise. Maybe the time has come for some ...Read More

jQuery 1.5

Until now, we talked about a lot of jQuery plugins here, but never about jQuery itself. So far, so good – nothing that special, but today the day arrived, since the “write less, do more” JavaScript library almost every developer loves to hate or ...Read More


When I hear ZEN, all I can think of is Creative’s line of portable media players – I really love most devices bearing this name, although I will be forever addicted to my good old Sandisk Sansa e250… but I am sure you’re already ...Read More


This week will be a cold one, at least according to most weather forecasts I checked so far. Sometimes, I even had to zoom in to be sure I’m not mistaken – 26 Celsius below 0??? Fortunately, it seems I’ll have around 10-12 below ...Read More

This is no secret, but I never told you about it so far – I am moderating the IT section of a general-purpose forum. Nothing out of this world, just a medium-sized forum reached by a few thousand users daily. Strange enough, even there ...Read More


A few days ago, I discovered a brilliant game made using HTML5. This game is Z-Type, but we won’t be talking about it today. I brought it up simply to highlight the great things that can be achieved thanks to HTML5 and now we’ll ...Read More


I love coding without having to code, don’t you? I know, I know – the best code can only come from your own hands, but sometimes there’s no need to bother, especially when it’s about trivial things like JavaScript menus… at least as long ...Read More

Privacy Policy Generator

I hate privacy policies nobody gives a damn about, especially when I have to write them. Fortunately, today I found a site that’s nothing but brilliant. Its goal? Pretty straightforward, yet something that’s going to save a lot of people some time, money, or ...Read More


I love Google’s side projects. The fact they allow their employees to work on personal projects at work, then turning some of those projects into serious Google projects is a great idea, and that’s why Microsoft won’t ever come up with something like Android, ...Read More