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If you're doing it right, anything you build on the web is constantly evolving. No matter how much planning you do, you're going to need to refactor your CSS.
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We work in a strange industry. There is a much higher need for developers than can be satisfied by new developers coming into the field. This is a …
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Bildungsurlaub/Educational Leave
We are happy to announce that droidcon Berlin has been accepted as a learning event. Employees working for a Berlin or Saarland-based company have the chance to request educational leave (Bildungsurlaub) from their employer.
Find more information here: http://droidcon.de/educational-leave-bildungsurlaub
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We cannot predict the future, but looking back in time can be amusing sometimes. :)
Reddit user, intensely, has posted a Web Archive link that shows how some folks reacted to the original 2007 iPhone announcement.
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From a CSS and RWD standpoint, a good website is one that is essentially ‘device-agnostic’ and does not attempt to pander to each individual device width. Targeting the specific breakpoints for different ‘types’ of devices (e.g. tablets or mobile devices) is achieved by focusing on how the content displays at certain viewport widths and then making changes with media queries as appropriate. So the device does not dictate the breakpoint, the layout and content does, and ultimately this will produce the best results; both from your perspective and for your users.

This might also be why I see people having issues building responsive designs, complaining how difficult it is. But if they are trying to style devices individually, they’re fighting a losing battle: the number of devices you would have to account for (to be thorough) is just too overwhelming and just amounts to poor coding. Also I should mention that if you were to go with device-width, you would have to also provide separate rules for orientation (portrait vs. landscape): device widths do not change simply because you rotate the device sideways. That’s adding even more code, and more headaches!
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Nice tool based on node-webkit. It's the kind of editor I wanted to write years ago - clean and simple and based on HTML and JavaScript.
Pingendo helps you authoring HTML5 and CSS3 web pages. Bootstrap editor.
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Think Google can't handle JavaScript? Think again. Contributor Adam Audette shares the results of a series of tests conducted by his colleagues at Merkle | RKG to examine how different JavaScript functions would be crawled and indexed by Google.
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Good overview on using webpack. Looks like I really should give it a try over our current requirejs only configuration.
 
webpack is an awesome new tool for bundling and optimizing your JavaScript modules and other frontend resources. If you've been using RequireJS or Browserify, there's a great chance you'll love webpack, like I do. This article will give you a hands-on introduction.
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If you ever wrote node code with commonjs you will know what to do ;)

Do it now, developers life gets much easier when you don't have to care about managing code dependencies.

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I wonder why this https://www.npmjs.com/package/hideShowPassword is still a thing! Jakob Nielsen wrote about the problem in 2009 and lots of people found various solutions (here is mine from 2009 http://www.tritium-design.de/de/blog/2009/07/08/passwortmaskierung/) This was 6 years ago!
And still there seems to be the need for jquery plugins published on npm for toggling the type of an input field. Progress seems slow sometimes.
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This is the best startup idea in years - get drunk and get payed for it! :D
Your website should be so simple, a drunk person could use it. But you can't test that, so I'll do it for you.
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Did Apple really call those little widgets "complications"? :O
I don't want complications during the day. Especially not on a pricey watch! ;)
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