Abstract No one’s going to deny how easy it is to download something off of the npm registry and start to use it right away. However there are issues, as there always are, when you start incorporating scale and complexity into your app. Subscribing to a large, feature-and-dependency-heavy library locks you into conventions that – … Read More
Aaron Mulder reviews several mobile CSS frameworks – JQuery Mobile, TopCoat, Bootstrap and Ionic – for a side project. Check out his criteria and selection.
From the abstract: Responsive Web Design has gained incredible momentum over the past year, and has lead to various strategies in web authoring. In it’s simplest form, CSS3 media queries allow us to manipulate elements of our page to fit multiple screen sizes. This alone can be enough to implement your web content to a … Read More
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From the abstract: David Kaneda will cover the benefits of abstracting CSS by taking a deep look at Sass and Compass. The presentation will include general benefits of abstracted CSS as well as a live-coding demo to show, first-hand, how to get started.