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Introducing Material Design Lite - Material Design components & templates in vanilla CSS, HTML & JavaScript

https://medium.com/google-developers/introducing-material-design-lite-3ce67098c031 

We've now live at http://getmdl.io
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+Addy Osmani Just tried it, and they're working now. Thanks a lot, should be nice to have a play with.
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Analysis by +Paul Irish of Reddit Mobile's rendering performance
https://github.com/reddit/reddit-mobile/issues/247

The TL;dr is: The "The DOM is slow, virtual DOM is fast" meme is somewhere between misleading and wrong. Doing any kind of extensive work in JavaScript during page load will kill you and JS size is still important.

h/t +Luke Wroblewski 
Been meaning to do a performance audit of the new mobile site. I'm going to drop it right here into the ticket. I may add comments as I go along. Initial Test: Loading (total duration: 45 seconds)...
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Polymer toys make for some awesome Jedi swords.
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How can I get one, +Addy Osmani? :)
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Try http://es6katas.org  - learn new JS features by fixing unit tests. Includes Map, Arrows, Generators & more: 
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"..by fixing unit tests."

NOPE!
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npm 3.0.0 is out!

$ npm i -g npm@3.0-latest

- Flatter dependency tree (deduping by default)
- Multi-stage installer
- No more peerDependencies mess
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+Erik Isaksen In fact, I'd go as far to say that grunt & gulp should watch out with how much simpler npm tasks are to use.
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Use this almost everyday. Valuable time saver.
 
The GitHub Linker Chrome extension is pretty handy for reading code on GitHub. It makes `require` statements clickable.
chrome-extension - :octocat: The Google Chrome extension
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In this week's Totally Tooling Tips, +Matt Gaunt and I look at our command-line setups and enjoy the 'say' command a little too much.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hEMc2aCL6r8

Some show links:
- The 'say' command: http://www.tekrevue.com/tip/make-your-mac-talk-say-command/
- Dotfiles on GitHub: http://dotfiles.github.io/
- clone command: https://github.com/addyosm…/dotfiles/blob/master/.functions…
- iTerm2: https://www.iterm2.com/
- Seti UI for iTerm2: https://github.com/mbadolato/iTerm2-Color-Schemes#seti
- For Windows users, see: http://gooseberrycreative.com/cmder/
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thank you
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Google Music knows just what music to suggest when you're about about to debug browser rendering bugs. 
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Offline-first Polymer apps are incredibly simple to write. As in, like, no code whatsoever. Platinum service worker elements are straight up magic. Check it out.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BucGrYACJdQ
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StackOverflow survey shows JavaScript most popular technology. 25% users use Sublime Text & 34% Notepad++
Where do developers live? How much do developers earn? Vim or Emacs? Tabs or spaces? This is the most comprehensive software developer survey on earth.
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+Yordis Prieto I tried Atom this week when 1.0 was released. It's getting better, but I still notice some scroll lag, and searching is slow as hell, even crashed once on me. Also, I notice a lot of the themes have glitches. Just small things, but enough to annoy me and stay with Sublime.
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Catch a grab bag of Chrome DevTools tips & tricks in Totally Tooling Tips episode 3!
 
#TotallyToolingTips: Matt and Addy dive into a grab bag of DevTools tips and tricks covering everything from working with our new animation tools to pro-tips for the Console. https://goo.gl/54qxZo
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Senior Developer Programs Engineer
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JavaScript & Front-end engineering, Developer Tooling, Web Components
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  • Google
    Senior Developer Programs Engineer, 2013 - present
    Improving developer tooling and productivity for the Chrome team.
  • Google Chrome
    Developer Programs Engineer, 2012 - 2013
  • Aol
    Software Engineer, 2011 - 2012
  • Shortsaleology
    Senior Web Developer & Project Manager, 2009 - 2011
  • Empora.com
    Senior Web Developer, 2008 - 2009
  • 404Defender
    Lead Web Developer
  • ServaxNet
    Senior Web Developer
  • WMP Ltd.
    Senior Web Developer
  • VREHQ Ltd
    Lead Developer
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Whoa. What are you doing on my profile page? Stalker! ; )

So, I'm engineer on the Chrome team at Google focusing on creating tools to help empower developers to build compelling web apps more easily. My current focus is Polymer - a sugaring library for composable web-apps based on Web Components.

In my spare time, I enjoy contributing free talks, articles and open source projects to the development community.

I'm the author of two books - "Learning JavaScript Design Patterns" and "Developing Backbone.js Applications", have contributed chapters to several Smashing books and have also created/contributed to projects such as TodoMVC, Yeoman and Web Starter Kit.

For the latest on my takes on whats going on in the world of web development, feel free to check out my blog at addyosmani.com.
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  • University of Warwick
  • Oxford University
  • University of Sheffield
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