Okay, okay, we’ll stop with the pancake references. Promise.
Today, we’ll just offer a few goodies for your development toolkit.
Just be sure to have a good breakfast before digging in.
MEAN stands for MongoDB, Express, AngularJS and Node.js. The MEAN stack is beautiful, but as Latvian developer Martins Untals points out, “there is no canonical way to do it. No predefined folder structures, no preset precompilators, no deployment scripts. Nothing except general idea and lot of opinionated approaches to it.”
A problem he means to solve in his blog post. From Mean.io to Ultimate Seed, Martins walks you through various MEAN stack options.
Last April, Louis Lazaris wrote what has become one of SitePoint’s most popular articles ever, “12 Little-known CSS Facts.”
Fast forward a year and Louis has collected quite a few more CSS tips and tricks for his sequel, "12 Little-Known CSS Facts (The Sequel)."
We think he should have called it, “CSSic World,” but then again, he’s the CSS guru, we aren’t.
Nate Berkopec describes caching in a rails app as “a little bit like that one friend you sometimes have around for dinner, but should really have around more often.”
His terrific guide covers the benefits of caching, profiling performance, techniques, and a full list of cache backends with a list of each one’s advantages and disadvantages.
Free for the asking.
The folks over at DeveloperDrive (brought to you by the makers of WebdesignerDepot) take a closer look at the mid-July releases of jQuery 3.0 and jQuery Compat 3.0.
They do a roundup of changes from simpler .show() and .hide() menus to error cases no longer being silently ignored.
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