Tuesday, June 29th, 2010>p>The awesome Guillermo Rauch and Nathan White have taken one of the Web code katas and played with it. Before the Web we had [wW]indows. Maybe that is why developers are keen to implement windows within the Web page, mainly to see if it can be done. We had the great Emil and Erik building desktops on the Web before we were in Web nappies. Now we have Ext Desktop, and many more.
The latest fun from Guillermo and Nathan is ChromeKit, which gives you windows that look like Google Chrome.
The one tweak to the code kata this time around, is their use of CSS3 goodness to show off skewing windows as they are tiled together.
Posted by Dion Almaer at 6:10 am