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Top Free Books for Web Designers & Developers
There are thousands of books available for web designers and developers online. There has been no language, no point of discussion, or no trend that has not, at one time or another, been extensively explored and analyzed, and eventually published into a book. The great news is quite a lot of these books are available for free! And I have collected my 50 favorites for you!
Another One Way to Create a Multilingual AngularJS Application
The rise of multilingual user interface has bought an interesting shift in the way complex information is perceived by today’s web users. These days, a variety of web projects demand the use of multilingual graphical interface to cater the needs of an international audience. Creating a unique international application requires you to make use of translated resource strings which ultimately lets you render the data using locale-sensitive objects.
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Lazyr.js – A Small Library for Lazy Loading Images
Lazyr.js is a small, fast, modern, and dependency-free library for lazy loading images. Lazy loading boosts page speed by deferring the loading of images until they’re in (or near) the viewport. This library makes it completely painless – maximizing speed by keeping options to a minimum. The scroll event has been debounced to minimize the weight on the browser, and images are revealed within rAF to ensure optimal rendering. For each image, put a placeholder in the src attribute, the regular image in the data-layzr attribute, and the retina image in the data-layzr-retina attribute.
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T3 JavaScript Framework for Large-scale Web Applications
T3 is a client-side JavaScript framework for building large-scale web applications. T3 is different than most JavaScript frameworks. It’s meant to be a small piece of an overall architecture that allows you to build scalable client-side code. A T3 application is managed by the Application object, whose primary job is to manage modules, services, and behaviors. It’s the combination of these three types of objects that allow you to build a scalable JavaScript front-end.
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Create Cross Platform Desktop Applications with Electron
The Electron framework lets you write cross-platform desktop applications using JavaScript, HTML and CSS. It is based on io.js and Chromium and is used in the Atom editor. You can use HTML, CSS, and JavaScript with Chromium and Node.js to build your app.Electron is open source; mantained by GitHub and an active community. Best of all, Electron apps build and run on Mac, Windows, and Linux.