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Linkdump for December 2nd

by Rob Friesel

Creating Desktop Applications With node-webkit By Mike Cantelon, writing at the StrongLoop blog. This isn't the first time that node-webkit has come across my radar, but this is a good little intro for someone who hasn't heard of it before. (tagged: node-webkit Node.js JavaScript WebKit ) Offline First! This website is starting a discussion about […]

Linkdump for September 19th

by Rob Friesel

Cable Is the New Novel By Thomas Doherty, in The Chronicle of Higher Education. (tagged: essay narrative television serialization novel ) Do I Really Need A Style Guide? How to determine whether you need a style guide, and how to go about putting one together. (tagged: design style guide ) The End of Global Warming: […]

Linkdump for August 2nd

by Rob Friesel

Introduction to RequireJS Jack Franklin, writing at The JavaScript Playground, gives us this decent introduction to RequireJS. It doesn't go into too much depth, and I wish he'd spent a little more time to discuss using it in a larger project–but it's enough to get you off the ground if you're new to RequireJS. (tagged: […]

Linkdump for May 6th

by Rob Friesel

Flexibility: A Foundation for Responsive Design Emily Lewis (writing at Script Junkie) with a discussion of fluid grid techniques (practices and pitfalls) for building responsive designs. (tagged: Emily Lewis fluid grids media query responsive design ) Tolkien’s 10 Tips for Writers At writingishardwork. It took him 7 years to write The Hobbit. (117) The thing […]

Linkdump for March 21st

by Rob Friesel

The White Savior Industrial Complex Teju Cole, writing for The Atlantic: This is not the sort of story that is easy to summarize in an article, much less make a viral video about. After all, there is no simple demand to be made and — since corruption is endemic — no single villain to topple. […]

an annotated guide to the Google JavaScript Style Guide

by Rob Friesel

Following up on the Google JavaScript Style Guide that made the rounds recently: I did a couple of passes through the document and absorbed as much of it as I could1. After discussing the style guide with a few peers, I thought that it might make sense to provide some annotations—in part for personal reference2 […]