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No JS Mini Demos | scottohara.me

UX and UI portfolio, project listing and blog of Boston-based designer and front-end developer Scott O'Hara (Wrote up 2 short demos on giving user feedback when filing out forms, without needing any JavaScript.
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Ducktyping SailsJS Core for Background Tasks via Kue

Ducktyping SailsJS Core for Background Tasks via Kue | Front End Development | Scoop.it
My application needed to do some long running tasks, and I didn’t to block the current request/response and wait for them to finish. My application is built ontop of the SailsJS library which meant that I could use one of the many express.js libraries that add support for background tasks.
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A framework for linking English-language development with #CCSS ELA

The State Board of Education will act on the draft ELA/ELD Framework at their July 9-10, 2014, meeting. A final prepublication draft of the ELA/ELD framework will be posted later this summer.
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Five Best Desktop Antivirus Applications - Lifehacker

Five Best Desktop Antivirus Applications - Lifehacker | Front End Development | Scoop.it
Five Best Desktop Antivirus Applications
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It's a fully-featured antivirus tool that offers both on-access and on-demand scanning of files, emails, downloads, and executed applications.
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Can I use... Support tables for HTML5, CSS3, etc

Top story: Can I use... Support tables for HTML5, CSS3, etc http://t.co/S7xdiSG3hU, see more http://t.co/NCLSupupOv
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HTML5 Canvas Tutorial: An Introduction

HTML5 Canvas Tutorial: An Introduction | Front End Development | Scoop.it
An introduction to the canvas element, the canvas API, along with some reasons why it's a powerful technology. Plus some resources for further learning.
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An introduction to template building with Facelets, CSS, HTML and JSF 2.2 - TechTarget

An introduction to template building with Facelets, CSS, HTML and JSF 2.2 TechTarget Designing websites shouldn't fall into the hands of Java developers.
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Making Your Site Printable: CSS Summit 2014

The push for responsive web design has helped web developers consider how the sites they develop can adapt to different devices, including sizes, screen resolu… (So let's build a good print stylesheet for a website.
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10 things you need to know about coding camps

10 things you need to know about coding camps | Front End Development | Scoop.it
There are lots of coding bootcamps out there trying to take advantage of the huge demand for software developers. Can they help you improve your job prospects? Here's what you should know.

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Better code with C# code contracts

Better code with C# code contracts | Front End Development | Scoop.it

Microsoft Code Contracts is an add-on that you can install in Visual Studio (or use via the command line). The add-on offers a number of attributes and helper classes to help formalize any assumptions you make in your code into a contract. A contract can pertain to pre-conditions, post-conditions, assumptions and “object invariants”. The aim of the contract is to document both your internal as well as external APIs and then, as part of compiling the code you can have your code checked to see if you violated a contract.


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CDP frontend Reaper extension plugin | Xenakios's Blog

CDP frontend Reaper extension plugin | Xenakios's Blog | Front End Development | Scoop.it
I am finally making the first public release of the C++/Juce based CDP frontend I've worked on for the last 5 weeks or so. Thanks to Oli Larkin for working on the OS-X build! (Unfortunately it didn't materialize for this first release ...
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Pure CSS One Div Weather Animated Icons - CodePen

Lovely: Pure CSS One Div Weather Animated Icons. http://t.co/qYF8VJQTG7
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Automating CSS animations with Sass

Automating CSS animations with Sass | Front End Development | Scoop.it
New blog post: Automating CSS animations with Sass – http://t.co/a4gGfCpt2i.
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PatternBolt

PatternBolt | Front End Development | Scoop.it
a fine selection of SVG pattern background, packed in a single CSS or SCSS file. (Ah, lovely. Patternbolt is a fine selection of SVG pattern backgrounds, packed in a single CSS or SCSS file.
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Grunt & Gulp – an overview

Grunt & Gulp – an overview | Front End Development | Scoop.it
Most often people associate both Grunt & Gulp with building systems but they are not restrict to that and both can form part of the of a front end dev’s day to day development process being able to run tests & reload html when altered, etc SimilaritiesBoth use Node.js to provide their functionalityInstalled via NPM & need both a global and project specific installHave a plugin eco-systemTheir configuration files are valid JavaScriptConfiguration consists of “Tasks”
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5 big security mistakes coders make - InfoWorld

5 big security mistakes coders make - InfoWorld | Front End Development | Scoop.it
5 big security mistakes coders make
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Often, third-party components are poorly managed and rife with exploitable vulnerabilities that may have gone unnoticed.
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15 Responsive and Lightweight Front-End Frameworks Worth Considering

15 Responsive and Lightweight Front-End Frameworks Worth Considering | Front End Development | Scoop.it
We have 15 lightweight front-end frameworks you may consider using. No bells and whistles, just a solid base for your responsive sites.
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Google Material Design Input Boxes in CSS3

Google Material Design Input Boxes in CSS3 | Front End Development | Scoop.it
Google Material Design is all the rage right now. With Google announcing the new design philosophy, and using Polymer to create rich animated applications, many developers are starting to incorporate these ideas into their own experiments.
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CSS Shapes: Breaking the Rectangular Design Shackles

CSS Shapes: Breaking the Rectangular Design Shackles | Front End Development | Scoop.it
Patrick takes a look at one of the newest and more exciting CSS specs, the Shapes Module, and how it opens up lots of possibilities for interesting layouts.
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Weekly Web & Mobile Creativity n.74

Weekly Web & Mobile Creativity n.74 | Front End Development | Scoop.it
It’s that time of the week again, a chance for you to sit back and enjoy some of our favorite web and mobile designs from the past week. You may also like to browse the Web & Mobile Creativity Archives.
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Online video tutorials & training | lynda.com

Online video tutorials & training | lynda.com | Front End Development | Scoop.it
Learn software, creative, and business skills to achieve your personal and professional goals. Join today and start learning.
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Collection Of High Quality Free Fonts For Designers

Collection Of High Quality Free Fonts For Designers | Front End Development | Scoop.it
Fonts are life of design as many other elements. In digital world, where there are many interfaces and other features making everything work, fonts make everything readable to actually work in the first place.
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38 Free Web, Mobile UI Kits And Wireframe Templates

38 Free Web, Mobile UI Kits And Wireframe Templates | Front End Development | Scoop.it
This collection presents 38 handy and useful smartphone and web UI kits and wireframe templates for you.
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Creating a Full Width Responsive Tiled Menu with CSS

Creating a Full Width Responsive Tiled Menu with CSS | Front End Development | Scoop.it
Full width tiled menus are a crisp way for displaying your site’s navigation and for giving end to end coverage, creating a very full-bodied effect for the user.
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Inheriting box-sizing Probably Slightly Better Best-Practice | CSS-Tricks

Inheriting box-sizing Probably Slightly Better Best-Practice | CSS-Tricks | Front End Development | Scoop.it
I'm a big fan of resetting box-sizing to border-box, so much that we have a special day of the year around here.
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