Weekly links about web development 2014-10-24

Weekly links 2014-10-24:

This week, angular.js articles are back and I’ve installed WordPress. Be sure to follow my newsletter or post a comment.

I have a great LinkedIn tutorial coming up. I’ve done a lot of research and hope to get it out by the end of next week.

Anyway, enjoy this weeks links!

 

Angular.js:

Unit testing in angular.

Speed up angular with these easy tips!

Angular apps with Flux.

Build a Reddit clone with Angular.

Angular.js under the hood. Part 1 & part 2

Design/CSS:

What’s Apples take on Hamburger Menus?

CSS you probably didn’t know. A must read!

Why typography matters.

Design documentation. Does it matter?

CSS print files, are they slowing down your website?

Sketch, the A to Z.

5 tips for young designers and 5 tips for freelancers.

Grid layouts. Are you making these mistakes?

An amazing parallax scrolling article.

CSS box shadows. A great overview/tutorial.

Icon fonts vs SVG. A comparison.

What should the homepage say to the user?

Nine traits that every serious designer should have.

What is reactive design, and why should web designers care?

How to design a great landing page.

So, I heard you guys like infographics.

A how to on CSS gradient borders.

Firefox OS:

Get started building Firefox OS apps!

HTML5:

Android and Chrome are good for HTML5.

Responsive images, a great guide.

Responsive images for Retina displays.

HTML6 (No joke…):

W3C finally agreen on the <carousel> tag.

JavaScript:

Seven very specific visualization libraries. Really like the timeline one.

Dynamic SVGs with React.js.

A better workflow for SVGs.

An intro to the speech synthesis API.

A nice React.js overview.

Nunjucks, A new templateing engine.

Ecmascript6 Set vs WeakSet.

Tools:

Freelancers of all kinds (mostly WordPress), here are 23 tools you might want to use.

A lot of good cheet sheets for web designers and developers.

ProgressBar.js. Use responsive SVGs to create progress bars.

The state of Grunt. A must read!




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