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Backbone with ES6 | Mike Fowler

Let's make a simple Backbone app to get familiarized with ES6 module and class syntax.
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Why Users Aren’t Clicking Your Home Page Carousel - UX Movement

Why Users Aren’t Clicking Your Home Page Carousel - UX Movement | FriendlyProgramming | Scoop.it
A website study found that out of 3 million home page visits only about 1% clicked a carousel slide. How could a large, graphical element on the home page get
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Checking Media Queries With Javascript

Checking Media Queries With Javascript | FriendlyProgramming | Scoop.it
With the web being used on so many different devices now it's very important that you can change your design to fit on different screen sizes.
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Getting started with Hoodie

Getting started with Hoodie | FriendlyProgramming | Scoop.it
Hoodie is Web Application framework that allows for many complex features including database manipulation with only a few simple lines of code.
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Traceur-TodoMVC - a Backbone.js app written with ES6

Traceur-TodoMVC - a Backbone.js app written with ES6 | FriendlyProgramming | Scoop.it
I'm pleased to present a re-write of the Backbone TodoMVC app using ECMAScript 6 features such as classes, modules and fat-arrow syntax. Check out the literate
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Designing Javascript APIs

We at Filepicker.io spend a lot of time thinking about APIs. With the release of our Version 1.0 javascript API, we thought about best practices for javascript API design, and wanted to share them so that when we use your API, it’ll be just as awesome as when you use ours.

Rules of your Javascript API

 

* Rule 0: Never make breaking changes to your API. Unless you must.
* Rule 1: Provide wood and nails, and a complete house for your API
* Rule 2: Have nouns, verbs, and a complete bipartite graph
* Rule 3: When dealing with APIs fail fast, or better, not at all
* Rule 4: If the API is hard to use, it’s not good enough


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Automating Web Performance Measurement - HTML5Rocks Updates

Automating Web Performance Measurement - HTML5Rocks Updates | FriendlyProgramming | Scoop.it
A resource for developers looking to put HTML5 to use today, including information on specific features and when to use them in your apps.
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29 Node.js Frameworks for Fast Web Application Development ...

29 Node.js Frameworks for Fast Web Application Development ... | FriendlyProgramming | Scoop.it
Applications like node.js has brought the real time web application development at the disposal of event novice developers. As node.js is matured people started writing frameworks to make it more robust for application ...
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