Archive for the ‘Theory’ Category

Imperative vs declarative JavaScript / ES6

Today… a small article about the approach to writing code. Do you write your JS code declaratively, or rather imperatively? It’s good to take a look closer. Similarly to approaches of writing and organizing CSS styles. Declarative JavaScript vs imperative in JavaScript/ES6 Declarative programming is a programming paradigm – an approach to building the structure […]

Learning Sass (SCSS) quickly

Sass (Syntactically awesome style sheets), aka CSS with superpowers, is a preprocessor, which makes developing styles for our projects much easier, more enjoyable, and faster. It also allows us to significantly improve the code structure itself, to use variables and create reusable elements (mixins, placeholders). The maintenance of such code is much easier. Learning Sass […]

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. […]

Learning AngularJS – a basic course part III – summary

In the 3rd part of basic Angular course, we will continue topics from the previous part, as well we will touch next related topics. Further learning AngularJS Let’s start with filters. It’s a yet another Angular feature, which takes off a part of tedious work from the programmer. Let’s see them in action, when formatting […]

Learning AngularJS from scratch part II

Today we will continue learning the Angular JS framework, by getting to know better the most important parts of AngularJS application, as well by analyzing small practical examples. Learning AngularJS – further steps The previous part describes basic aspects of this great framework. We already know that AngularJS is a JavaScript language framework, and it […]

Learning AngularJS framework from scratch – Part I

AngularJS is an open-source JavaScript library, developed by Google. It greatly assist in Single Page Application / SPA development. Angular extends HTML by own, special tags. The library implements Model-View-Controller (MVC) and Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) patterns, to help in the development and testing of Web applications. Learning AngularJS – intro. How it works? Angular loads HTML […]

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 […]

Node.js introduction

JavaScript’s popularity is obvious. And solutions such as node.js have a big influence on this. For a longer time, we can see and hear a lot about this technology. We also use node from some time, and… we can do really cool things, so for sure it’s something worthy of attention. And finally I have […]

Backbone.js tutorial for beginners – part 2/2

Today, the second part of exploring the Backbone.js secrets. Backbone.js tutorial After talking about the basics and key aspects, such as models and collections, we will focus on next – Router, View and Events. Routing – Backbone.Router For what would be our application without the possibility of interaction? Backbone.Router provides routing methods for client-side pages, […]