InfiniWall is a script for desktop and mobile that lets you pan/scroll a potentially infinite number of elements on screen. It is obsessively optimized for mobile devices that notoriously have troubles handling a large number of tags at the same time (especially images).


SwipeView is the super simple solution to endless seamlessly loopable carousels for the mobile browser. It’s memory conservative as it uses only three elements at any given time, it’s smooth as velvet since it takes advantage of hardware acceleration, it’s bandwidth friendly with its 1.5kb minified/gzipped footprint.

Device motion + websockets demo

iOS 4.2 is finally out and it adds a couple of new important tools to the web developer’s arsenal: websockets and devicemotion. The former makes client/server communication a snap, the latter brings accelerometer support to the browser. I wanted to test both technologies and see what problems might arise. It has been a very interesting experience, here’re my impressions.

Do you really need jQuery (for mobile dev)?

I love jQuery, I use it everyday, you can spot it even on this blog. It’s a life saver in the times of desktop browser discrepancies (yes, I’m talking to you IE), but modern browsers and specifically mobile browsers are good enough not to need any bloated framework on their shoulders. In this post I’m showing you that 90% of the times you are using a framework for nothing.