Comparing the good old jQuery with modern alternatives. Fetch is an upcoming native standard. Axios is an elegant promise based HTTP client. In the end everything is wrapped together with Vue.js to create an example online base62 decoder.
Chained is now stable and in feature freeze. In 2.x version class support will be removed. Next major version will use data attributes will be used instead. After all, it is 2014 already!
New version of Chained mostly updates the remote version. It now supports both Zepto and jQuery.
You can now lazyload CSS background images. Bind the plugin to non image element and it will automatically change the
background-image style attribute when element is scrolled into view.
This version of Lazy Load is just a bugfix release. Minor release number bump is there because I pulled a new feature in last minute and I did not want to mess up my git branching. B
Previous version of Lazy Load gained traction pretty fast. Good patches were submitted to GitHub. This version of plugin mostly concentrates on speed optimization and event handlers.
One of the best things to happen in Facebook development lately was to enable iframe application tabs. This was widely welcomed by developers. However many blog posts wrongly assumed there was a 800 pixel limit on the tab height. Behold, here is the 5000 pixel tab.
When Apple released iOS 4.2 end of last year I was on a boat trip to Finland. For me the most interesting features were added to Safari browser. I wanted to learn about WebSockets. New
DeviceOrientation API just begged to be abused. I had an idea to control the content of laptop browser by tilting and rotating the phone. I had working but ugly code before ship arrived to Helsinki.
Recently I needed to do chained select navigation for a project. It was relatively simple. I did not want to go through hassle of setting up Ajaxified database queries.