Tagged “JavaScript”

There are 19 posts tagged with JavaScript.


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  1. The Power of the Web

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    Progressive enhancement, like most principles on the Web doesn't have an always-optimal approach.


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  1. JavaScript Community: The Good Parts

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    Let's get practical for a bit.

  2. What is React?

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    What will React teach us?

  3. One Way to Learn JavaScript Deeply

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    Some tips on diving into JS.


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  1. jQuery's Relevancy

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    Do I really need to use jQuery for this?

  2. A Roundtable on Progressive Enhancement

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    Let's talk about responsible JavaScript.

  3. This Web App Best Viewed By Someone Else

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    What we too often dismiss as edge cases are real people who may very much want or even legitimately need to use what we create.

  4. The Ryanair Approach to Progressive Enhancement

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    Use progressive enahancement as a reward.

  5. The True Cost of Progressive Enhancement

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    There's a difference between support and optimization.

  6. The Abundance of JavaScript Libraries

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    What lies behind the library?

  7. Notes on Client-Rendered Accessibility

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    Manage that focus, folks.

  8. A One Page App in One Day!

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    Really, one day only?

  9. Everyone Has JavaScript, Right?

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    Careful, okay?

  10. Vanilla JavaScript Resources

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    Going framework-less.

  11. ReactJS for Stupid People

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    That title is off putting, but the information helps.

  12. JavaScript Required; Didn’t Read.

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    So much JS.

  13. Gulp JS File for WordPress Themes

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    Make the robots do it.


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  1. Stop Breaking the Web

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    Let's talk about our decisions.

  2. How Node.js is Going to Replace JavaScript

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    It's Node vs. JS, ya'll.

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