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Hacking the CoffeeScript Redux Compiler - CodeBrief

Hacking the CoffeeScript Redux Compiler - CodeBrief | Web Apps with CoffeeScript | Scoop.it
CoffeeScript is great.I’m not going to spend any time backing that statement up in this article, but you are free to stop reading if it’ …...
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JointJS - JavaScript diagramming library.

JointJS - JavaScript diagramming library. | Web Apps with CoffeeScript | Scoop.it
Create interactive diagrams in JavaScript easily. JointJS plugins for ERD, Org chart, FSA, UML, PN, DEVS, LDM diagrams are ready to use.
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Pure CSS parallax scrolling websites | Keith Clark

Pure CSS parallax scrolling websites | Keith Clark | Web Apps with CoffeeScript | Scoop.it
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Meteor is F***ing Awesome

Meteor is F***ing Awesome | Web Apps with CoffeeScript | Scoop.it

Meteor blurs the line between client and server, and actually takes advantage of the fact that it’s all Javascript. Methods are functions that can be invoked from the client, the server, or both. With Meteor, you’re actually sharing big chunks of code between the client and server. While it’s possible to do something similar using ember/node, it’s difficult enough that most people don’t do it. This really changes how you build things. More client/server sharing = less code = less work and fewer errors.


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A real-world website developer framework :: Responsive

A real-world website developer framework :: Responsive | Web Apps with CoffeeScript | Scoop.it

A super lightweight HTML, SASS, CSS, and JavaScript framework for building responsive websites

Frameworks like Bootstrap and Foundation are too design opinionated and heavy. They're great for prototyping but every time you start a real, front-facing, project with them you have to overwrite lots of designer styles that do nothing to add to the functionality of the website. That costs developers time and money.

Responsive has been built with that in mind. It is the result of thousands of hours of real, client driven web development and testing; specifically developed to be as lightweight as possible to prevent the need to undo styles set by the framework itself and allow developers to write efficient code and lower costs.


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cujoJS: Javascript architectural toolkit

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Valuable — A Data Model for React — Medium

Valuable — A Data Model for React — Medium | Web Apps with CoffeeScript | Scoop.it
Facebook’s React has helped to fundamentally change the way we think about developing user interfaces for the web. Instead of an…
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Ocrad.js - Optical Character Recognition in Javascript

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JavaScript Promises Are Cool | Keyhole Software

JavaScript Promises Are Cool | Keyhole Software | Web Apps with CoffeeScript | Scoop.it
An introduction to JavaScript Promises with simplistic examples of a single promise, a promise chain, and a parallel promise of promises.
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Metalsmith

An extremely simple, pluggable static site generator.
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mercury

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Matt Zabriskie - React: Referencing Dynamic Children

Matt Zabriskie - React: Referencing Dynamic Children | Web Apps with CoffeeScript | Scoop.it
React: Referencing Dynamic Children
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Observable - It's watching

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Trumbowyg : a lightweight WYSIWYG editor

Trumbowyg : a lightweight WYSIWYG editor | Web Apps with CoffeeScript | Scoop.it
Trumbowyg is a jQuery plugin for create WYSIWYG editor
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Advanced objects in JavaScript • Bjorn Tipling

Advanced objects in JavaScript • Bjorn Tipling | Web Apps with CoffeeScript | Scoop.it
This posts looks beyond everyday usage of JavaScript’s objects. The fundamentals of JavaScripts objects are for the most part about as simple as using JSON notation. However, JavaScript also provides sophisticated tools to create objects in... | Bjorn Tipling | Software Engineer at @floobits
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Collection of Best JavaScript Libraries for 2014 - Code Geekz

Collection of Best JavaScript Libraries for 2014 - Code Geekz | Web Apps with CoffeeScript | Scoop.it
A JavaScript library is a library of pre-written JavaScript which allows for easier development of JavaScript-based applications, especially for AJAX and other web-centric technologies. The primary use of JavaScript is[...]
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A JavaScript Build System Shootout: Grunt vs. Gulp vs. NPM - Modern Web

A JavaScript Build System Shootout: Grunt vs. Gulp vs. NPM - Modern Web | Web Apps with CoffeeScript | Scoop.it
Nicolas Bevacqua dives into the task of choosing a JavaScript Build System. He compares the big three: Grunt, Gulp and NPM and discusses the benefits and drawbacks of each. By Nicolas Bevacqua Deciding on a technology is always hard. You don’t want to make commitments you won’t be able to back out of, but eventually …
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The Shapes of CSS

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Flight by Twitter

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A lightweight, component-based JavaScript framework for assigning behavior to DOM nodes.
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The Web Manifest specification | HTML5 Doctor

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React | Flux: An Application Architecture for React

React | Flux: An Application Architecture for React | Web Apps with CoffeeScript | Scoop.it
A JavaScript library for building user interfaces
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The Refactoring Tales -

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Mithril

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MVC in a Reactive World | Computationally Endowed

Spiros Eliopoulos. Blog Posts, Projects, Past Gigs, & Publications.
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Node Webkit powered Dashboard application

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In this post, we will be building a full fledged desktop application using node webkit and web technologies. We are going to build a dashboard app called myDashboard. The app will show the Weather report, Google Map, Flickr images and a Calendar.


Contents

  • Prerequisites
  • Getting Started
  • Begin Development
  • Continue Development
  • Distributing the application

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Blazing Fast HTML

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A Thrown-to-the-Wolves-Hands-On Introduction to React

A Thrown-to-the-Wolves-Hands-On Introduction to React | Web Apps with CoffeeScript | Scoop.it
There are some great React overview posts (which I will link to at the bottom of this post), so I wanted to try something a bit different. Having used other...
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