The Webkit Web Inspector

For those that fancy doing web design and debugging on Webkit browsers, here is a recently announced round of improvements.

I personally shall appreciate the fact that color values are rendered as originally written —if desired—, which should make experimenting and copying from the browser to the original stylesheet much easier, by preserving the chosen code style. The style presentation and persisting changes add-ons are equally neat.

What’s In a Name: Duster

A lot of people have been asking where the name for the Duster theme came from. I love naming themes (it’s probably something that warrants a post of it’s own in the future) so I’m glad to share the backstory. We started work on Duster during a team meetup in Arizona — notorious land of cowboys and shoot ‘em ups. We wanted something that reflected that same tough cowboy aesthetic and so, Duster. Well, actually, that’s only half true. It’s also the name of this really lovely pink flower you can find in Arizona. It’s really quite beautiful. :)