- Here is a list of all of the technologies combined together to make this project happen!
makes web developers' lives simpler in many ways compared with older standards such as XHTML.
is a two or three dimensional pixel based (meaning raster as opposed to vector) technology which is built into HTML5. The fractal images you see are painted using the <canvas> element.
is a tremendously fantastic CSS framework. It is probably the best in existence. It makes designing and developing websites for all platforms and screen sizes a breeze.
is a CSS preprocessor. It is what CSS should have been. It includes variables, nesting, inheritance, mixins, operators, etc. All sorts of lovely things! It is a huge time and effort saver.
is a vector based image stored as XML. Because SVG images are text files, they are stunningly small. Vector based images also have the advantage of displaying brilliantly on retina displays. Software like Illustrator and Inkscape are natively vector based and can both export images to SVG. The images on the
page were written by hand in a text editor.
Take a look at the page source.
is the free and open source, stable distribution of Linux in the Red Hat family. Stable means it uses the tried and true rather than the very latest (sometimes buggy or vulnerable) versions of software.
(short for High Availability Proxy), is server load-balancing software which is very fast and straight forward to configure for both small and large scale projects.
is a compiled and strictly typed language invented by three (awesome) Google employees. It is lightning fast and tries to be a friend to the developer as much as possible.
is a domain registrar with very competitive prices.