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ECSlidingViewController: Customizable sliding view controller container.

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ECSlidingViewController is a view controller container that manages a layered interface. The top layer anchors to the left or right side of the container while revealing the layer underneath it. This is most commonly known as the "Side Menu", "Slide Out", "Hamburger Menu/Drawer/Sidebar", etc...


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nice UI sliding view controll 

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Beginning ARC in iOS 5 Tutorial Part 1 | Ray Wenderlich

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very good blog post that takes you through the whole ARC structure. have a very nice explianation about (strong/week/noatomic/copy) types

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ECSlidingViewController: Customizable sliding view controller container.

ECSlidingViewController:  Customizable sliding view controller container. | Tech Picks | Scoop.it

ECSlidingViewController is a view controller container that manages a layered interface. The top layer anchors to the left or right side of the container while revealing the layer underneath it. This is most commonly known as the "Side Menu", "Slide Out", "Hamburger Menu/Drawer/Sidebar", etc...


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nice UI sliding view controll 

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math.js | an extensive math library for JavaScript and Node.js

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Math.js is an extensive math library for JavaScript and Node.js. It features big numbers, complex numbers, matrices, units, and a flexible expression parser. (You know how “0.1 + 0.2 = 0.30000000000000004” in JavaScript?
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very helpful. we faced the problem when two float values doing operations, it usually return odd results. 

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GoodUI

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very nice tips and concepts for having a nice UI flows

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Pedro Costa Neves's curator insight, July 24, 2013 4:42 AM

Back to basics

Raymond Karlsen's curator insight, November 17, 2013 9:20 AM

Enkle, men gode tips.

Terry Patterson's comment, December 19, 2013 10:36 AM
Good ones! In some instances, as it in the case of the use of columns for content where previous research (depending on what you are publishing) can help you determine the best approach.
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SWTableViewCell - UITableViewCell subclass that implements a swippable content

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An easy-to-use UITableViewCell subclass that implements a swippable content view which exposes utility buttons (similar to iOS 7 Mail Application)


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Nice way to implement highly user friendly experience.

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Server-generated JavaScript Responses by David of 37signals

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This means it might well be faster from an end-to-end perspective to send JavaScript+HTML than JSON with client-side templates, depending on the complexity of those templates and the computational power of the client.
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DHH is an interesting person, also sometimes he could be very opinioninated. In this blog post, he recommended rails developers to lean towards using server-genreated javascript response technology with turbo links and Russian-doll caching rather than those front-end javascript frameworks for small to medium projects.

Also @Robin has pointed out, the SJR has been out for ages, it’s kind of old technology. It’s interesting that DHH bring it back again, maybe that’s the roadmap for future rails, who knows.

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