In the world of web development, those who become experts usually do so by learning from their predecessors. Reading and following the right web development blogs makes it much easier to get a solid education. That’s why in this post, we’ve compiled a list of the top web development blogs that will help you find… continue reading
The Bash Shell Function Library (BSFL) is a small Bash script that acts as a library for bash scripts. It provides a couple of functions that makes the lives of most people using shell scripts a bit easier.
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From bower to npm, package management for the web has come a long way. I remember when I first started learning web development — you went online, looked for a package, download a zipped version, extract, and link on the web page. Heck, if we wanted a faster website, we would go to a CDN… continue reading
Have you ever wanted to spice up your website with some interactive elements, but didn’t know which library to use or where to start? An increasing number of top websites are leveraging the power of HTML5 Canvas elements to render some pretty cool effects. If, like me, you’ve always wanted to create something cool with… continue reading
CurrencyFormatter.js allows users to format numbers in a variety of currency formats. It contains 155 currency definitions, and 715 locale definitions right out of the box, and can handle unusually formatted currencies, such as the INR and is completely configurable. This library is lovingly maintained in London by OSREC Financial. It is available for both… continue reading
include-media is a Sass library for writing CSS media queries in an easy and maintainable way, using a natural and simplistic syntax.
This project tries to mimic command line spinners like those from cli-spinners (where most of them are taken from) and bring them to the web. This is part of the tawian-frontend which is based on hack. Thanks to cli-spinners and hack!
CSS has been around for a long time — since 1994 depending on who you ask — and has become the de facto standard for styling websites. New specs (like the new CSS4 modules) keep adding cool functionality with animations, transforms, box-shadows, and a smattering of new units and selectors. Awesome stuff, but those aren’t the properties we’ll be… continue reading
Inky is kinda like a preprocessor for HTML created by Zurb, specifically designed for responsive emails. Inky is in node, so you also use it much like any other node-based preprocessor. You can install it and call it directly from the command line, from within node code, or as a Gulp plugin. This is where… continue reading
What should you learn in 2016/2017? This video gives you a complete roadmap! View the mindmap: https://coggle.it/diagram/Vz9LvW8byvN0I38x
Text Mask is an input mask library. It can create input masks for phone, date, currency, zip code, percentage, email, and literally anything! There are convenient wrappers for React, Angular 2, Ember, and Vue. If you would like Text Mask to be available in another framework or ecosystem, email me! Live demo See it in… continue reading
CSS frameworks can help streamline your development process by giving you a modular base foundation. In this post, we compare Bootstrap vs Foundation.
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