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Useful, real life Knockout.js tips for working with templates. Easy, reusable templating in Knockout.js. Avoid common mistakes & discover hidden features.
Jim Hunter's insight:
This looks like a very handy thing to know about Knouckout. I think it's going to make many things that I have planned easier to implement. Especially displaying addresses from different countries in the correct format, templates should work great. I look forward to using this info.
Semantic empowers designers and developers by creating a shared vocabulary for UI.
Jim Hunter's insight:
Semantic UI is a really nice user interface kit that uses LESS. To get an overview of what’s different in Semantic UI, visit their introduction page. The framework is fully responsive, all components defined using ems or rems.
Components offered by Semantic UI include button, divider, icon, image, label, reveal, segment and lots more. I love labels in this framework. You can use labels to display a CSS Ribbon on an element.
Other features of the framework include the ability to add a ‘disabled’ state on images, and icons that can be formatted with different colors and sizes. A number of popular icons (Facebook, Twitter, Google+ etc) are included.
Semantic UI comes with tons of features (elements, collections, modules, behavior, etc.), many of which are unique to it.
Almost Flat UI is based on Foundation Framework. This means if you are familiar with Foundation, then you can use Almost Flat UI quickly and easily. Almost Flat UI includes a series of useful widgets such as CSS panels, pricing tables, thumbnails with nice hover effects, breadcrumbs, tabs, alerts, and tool tips.
In early 2014 Dan Gebhardt announced Orbit.js and I was thrilled abou the potential of connecting multiple data sources using the JSON Patch format to an Ember.js application. So, I made an attempt to use Orbit.js to create a Socket Source to use with this site, see the blog repository. After building a proof of concept with my blog app, I gave a presentation with a demo, see my Ember SC talk. There was quite a bit of interest in using smaller and more precise payloads when speaking JSON between server and browser applications.
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How to integrate my topics' content to my website?
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Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.