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The 20 best Google Chrome extensions for web designers | Web design | Creative Bloq

The 20 best Google Chrome extensions for web designers | Web design | Creative Bloq | j2ee | Scoop.it
Here we present the best Google Chrome extensions around for a variety of purposes - but each will make your life better.
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The 100 best free fonts | Typography | Creative Bloq

The 100 best free fonts | Typography | Creative Bloq | j2ee | Scoop.it
We've scoured the web to present you with a fine and varied selection of free fonts. Including scripts, serifs, and a range of ligatures, these fonts will give you greater flexibility in your designs, and add to your arsenal of design tools.
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What responsive web design means for team organisation | Web design | Creative Bloq

What responsive web design means for team organisation | Web design | Creative Bloq | j2ee | Scoop.it
After working as a consultant with some very talented internal teams to redesign corporate websites using responsive techniques, I've identified a common theme over the past year: responsive web design (RWD) is a catalyst for organisational change.
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Javascript Hacks for Hipsters

Javascript Hacks for Hipsters | j2ee | Scoop.it

Javascript is so much fun, except when it’s not.

There’s always the fear of runtime errors that keeps us thinking all the time while writing code. It makes us better coders - we have no other option than to visualize every line of code as if it’s running as we write it.

That’s why it’s so important to have tidy code. Small code. Pretty code. Code you just fall in love with. Otherwise, Javascript will scare you away.

I gathered some fun snippets I enjoy using instead of boring code that takes too much space. Some makes the code shorter, cleaner and more readable. Other are just plain hacks for debugging.

I learned all of this from open source code (until node.js all javascript code was open source, wasn’t it?), but I’ll write them here is if I invented them.


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