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Stacy London
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mostly a front-end engineer, artist, musicophile, & traveler
mostly a front-end engineer, artist, musicophile, & traveler

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CPU throttling is now enabled by default in Chrome DevTools 👌 for simulating perf of low-end mobile devices 🔥
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"As little as twelve months ago is seemed a fait accompli that the modern web would be dominated by Backbone.js (maybe using Marionette), with Grunt as a task runner, Require.js and Handlebars-based templating. Yet six months later, these technologies had all apparently been replaced, if the blogosphere was anything to go by – now, it was all about Angular, Gulp and Browserify. And now this stack seems questionable too."

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✎ Introducing Styleguides.io, a resource for all things style guide-related: http://styleguides.io  

Read more about the project: http://bradfrost.com/blog/post/styleguides-io/ And huge thanks to Anna Debenham for setting this up, and all the contributors.

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Sitting in draft for months; finally published.  "Jasmine with Custom Templates" #javascript   #jasmine   #unittesting  

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required viewing for everyone in the web industry.

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jQuery CDN HTTPS certificate expired earlier today... and it broke a lot of sites! Happens to the best of us, but let's use this as a good reminder: go check when your certificate expires, and set a few alerts in your calendar spaced out a few weeks before. 

You don't want your site throwing these kinds of errors. Also, while you're at it, do a quick audit on the third party services you rely on. 

P.S. The jQuery team has already fixed the certificate error.
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so much easier to remote debug android devices!

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today = automating tasks for a SPA w/ grunt.  what a great tool. just needs more docs and better real world examples http://t.co/utTkUTsjOF

If someone built a tool to help find floats that aren't cleared properly in large HTML docs he/she would be very awesome.
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