Monthly JSter #11: News of November 2013

JSter #11 is here. Yes, it's the dark and cold season of the year (except for those down under). And JS peeps still keep rocking. This time we'll have an extra batch of demos.

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Libraries

  • Foundation 5 - The most(?) advanced responsive front-end framework in the world.
  • jbone - Replacement jQuery for Backbone (2.5k)
  • Sheetsee.js - Google Spreadsheet as a backend. Reminds me of the MS Access days.
  • Flylabel.js - Placeholders don't have to be boring.
  • Validate.js- A framework agnostic way to validate the structure of your objects.
  • cheet.js - Easy easter eggs for your site.
  • Resumable.js - Resumable.js provides multiple simultaneous, stable and resumable uploads via the HTML5 File API

Articles

Node.js

Angular.js

Presentations

Techniques

Resources

  • npmjs.eu - European NPM mirror to rescue when the original one goes down.
  • Crunchzilla - JavaScript tutorials in an interactive form.

Tools

  • Shadertoy
  • DynoSRC - Eliminate HTTP requests for JavaScript files and serve differential updates on the fly.
  • huxley - Catch visual regressions in web apps.

Demos

3D

CSS

Conclusion

I like the smell of fresh JavaScript in the morning.

Published by bebraw on 2013-12-01 15:12:49

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