Mixins and Constructor Functions →
Declaring module exports (Node.js, AMD) →
Modules are mostly the same in Node.js and AMD. A sequence of statements that assign internal values to variables and exported values to an object. This blog post shows several patterns for doing the latter. It also explains how ECMAScript.next handles exports.
requestAnimationFrame | CreativeJS →
Caret Navigation in Web Applications →
It explains in length the challenges involved in merely keeping the text insertion cursor in the right place dynamically. Deep reading
Fixing These jQuery →
Extending PhoneGap with native plugins for Android →
Using Your App’s YUI Components on the Server →
YUI core team member Eric Ferraiuolo has built an example app (for both desktop and mobile clients) to demonstrate using YUI on both the client and server.
Cubism.js: Time Series Visualization →
Cubism.js is a D3 plugin for visualizing time series. It can be used to build realtime dashboards, pulling data from Graphite, Cube and other sources.
So you need a template engine.. →
A drop-in replacement for Underscore.js that claims to deliver an ‘up to 8x performance improvement’ along with some extra features. I haven’t tested it myself yet but it has good provenance.
dgrid - A New Dojo grid created by SitePen →
Bills itself as a ‘next-generation grid component that takes full advantage of modern browsers and object stores.’ The examples are appealing and it’s a fine example of a good project site.
A boilerplate project for kicking off your own simple MySQL or Mongo-powered Node.JS project. It includes Cluster, Express, EJS, logging, and access to MySQL, Mongo and Redis, as well as instructions on how to deploy to Heroku.
cdir: An interactive console.dir() for node.js. →
cdir presents an interactive representation of an object similar to that of console.dir() in WebKit, except in the terminal. Looks nice!
Punch - A Fun and Easy Way to Build Modern... →
Punch is a simple tool to generate Web sites from Mustache templates and content stored in JSON and Markdown format. It’s built in Node.js and designed to work on your local filesystem.
A new unit testing framework aimed at the browser (though Node support is coming soon) that takes an interesting tree-based approach to displaying its output. Screenshot inside.
Building Android Apps with HTML, CSS, and... →
Bootstrap Xtra extends Bootstrap from Twitter →
Single-Page CRUD Application with Backbone.js and... →
Demo of an single-page application created using Backbone.js an Bootstrap. This site has also many interesting articles about web development.
Backbone.js Wine Cellar Tutorial — Part 1: Getting... →
Tutorial de Backbone.js « Alfonso Marín Marín →
Tutorial completo y detallado de Bakbone.js.
Use jQuery Mobile to Build a Native Android News... →
In this three part tutorial series, the main goal is to describe how jQuery Mobile can be used to develop a native Android application. First, It will develop a stand-alone, sample web application that will browse articles from Yahoo! News using jQuery Mobile. Then it will convert that web application into a native Android application with minimal effort.
Web Application Engineering (CS253) at Udacity.com... →
I strongly recommend this course as a starting point to build web applications that scale well. Steve Huffman does a great job as a teacher. You´ll enjoy this.