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Sponsor: Hack Reactor – New Remote Beta Classes

With the success of their first online cohort, Hack Reactor is happy to announce two new Remote Beta classes. Aspiring engineers no longer need to relocate to San Francisco in order to attend their 12-week immersive JavaScript coding school. Take Hack Reactor's...

AMCSS

"Attribute Modules for CSS" An idea by Glen Maddern for moving styling with attributes rather than classes. Not an entirely new concept, but it's interesting to give it a name and explain a system based around it. Thoughts: It avoids namespacing. Using...

Precision Touch for Precise Gestures

Achange landedin the implementation of Chrome'sTouchEvents as of M37 (stable in 08/2014), which alters the reported co-ordinates to floats instead of integers. Before After clientX: 167 clientY: 196 pageX:   167 ...

PHP and JavaScript Innovation Award Report September 2014 Edition - June 2014 nominees

PHP and JavaScript Innovation Award Report September 2014 Edition - June 2014 nominees By Manuel Lemos The Innovation Award is an initiative that aims to distinguish developers that publish innovative packages since 2004. Starting this month, Manuel...

Single Div Drawings with CSS

Why A Single Div? In May of 2013 I attended CSSConf and saw Lea Verou speak about the humble border-radius. It was an eye-opening talk and I realized there was much about CSS behavior I did not fully understand. This reminded me of my time as a fine arts student...

Using String Replace in JavaScript

This is a quickie simple post on JavaScript techniques. We’re going to cover how to use the regular expression driven replace(..) with JavaScript string values. All string values have a replace(..) method available to them. This method allows you to pass...

Force Stack Traces with JavaScript

I recently inherited a Node.js\xa0project\xa0and man is that scary. \xa0The code was\xa0well written but whenever you inherit a project you instantly inherit the fear of messing things up. \xa0My goal was to fix a fairly routine bug, and finding the issue was...

Built-in Browser Support for Responsive Images

Take advantage of the new element and new features ofin your next responsive website.

Give Designers Tools To Get You What You Need

Let's say you're having a healthy back-and-forth between you (a front end developer) and a designer. All the best work comes through collaboration and iteration, right? I believe that. But I also believe there are time traps in there. If you feel you're wasting...

Combining JS Arrays

This is a quickie simple post on JavaScript techniques. We’re going to cover different methods for combining/merging two JS arrays, and the pros/cons of each approach. Let’s start with the scenario: var a = [ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 ]; var b =...