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Style, conventions and general CSS methodologies. Part II Sass, BEM, rscss, SMACSS, WTF?

Hello dev-friends! Let’s continue the topics discussed in part I. Today we will look closer at different CSS writing methodologies, such as BEM, rscss, SMACSS. It should be also mentioned, that the methodologies can be combined (eg OOCSS + BEM). Of course only if it makes a sense to us. That’s actually important thing. It’s […]

CSS structure, style and conventions. Sass, OOCSS, BEM, rscss, SMACSS, OMG?

What does it mean to be busy? For example, there was absolutely no time for new posts on the blog, but the topics list is never-ending. I was so busy, professionally and privately. Today we back “on-line”, with a really nice topic. We can save our time by optimizing daily tasks. Organizing and automating them. […]

Useful tools for programmers: Yeoman

Finally, I’ve got a little bit of time for blogging, so today wanted to write a few words about one of useful tools for developers – Yeoman. Yo man! Useful tools for programmers – Mr Yeoman Why to do the tedious, repetitive tasks, if it can be done for us by machine, or in this […]

Top jQuery plugins

Top jQuery plugins – March 2016

Hello! We added many new interesting positions to our scripts and plugins library. Here we present a small ranking of top jQuery plugins from March 2016. Top jQuery plugins from March 2016 Ordered by popularity. 1. Multi-step jQuery form wizard plugin – jquery.steps The first plugin is a nice way to implement forms in web […]

Top 5 jQuery plugins and articles – February 2016

Hello! We were to busy to publish next AngularJS articles, but at least here we have some cool stuff. It’s a small ranking of Top 5 resources from our website with web development stuff. Top 5 jQuery plugins – Feb 2016 Here we go – from most popular. 1. jQuery and Bootstrap show hide password […]

No skill – no deal! Full-stack and Front-end Developer required skills

As they say: no skill – no deal! Without proper skills we won’t do too much. Also continuous development of our skills is also important. It’s not like the old days, when a knowledge of DHTML and PHP was sufficient. Nowadays the developer must know not only various programming languages, but also o lot of […]

JavaScript and jQuery mini tips II

OK, it’s time for the next JS and jQuery mini tips. Today something about Fancybox plugin, check-boxes and parsing URLs in raw text. JavaScript and jQuery tips To the point. 1. Conditional form submit using JavaScript / jQuery It’s about sending the form only if the user checked a check-box (e.g. accept the Terms of […]

JavaScript, HTML5, CSS and Data URI

What is that? The Data URI scheme is simply a way to represent the information, but in such a way the data usually kept in files (e.g. images) are available in a form of text string! Such a string has its own format, and allows developers to easily transfer the resource, e.g. between Web applications, […]

Node.js and socket.io – a basic tutorial

Node.js itself is great. Let’s add socket.io and have possibilities, which formerly we could only dream of. Node.js and socket.io After presenting basics of node.js and how to work with databases, it’s time to reach for even more interesting things. One of them certainly is socket.io. Simply establish a connection between our site (front end) […]

Interesting JavaScript libraries

In today’s article we have compiled some interesting JavaScript libraries, which we used in some projects. A lot of them can make our projects more attractive, other are typically tools supporting work with the code. Interesting JavaScript libraries Tinycon Favicon management from JavaScript! With this library we can manipulate an icon in the title bar […]