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Some AngularJS pitfalls – Branch and Bound http://t.co/Ylo1F5tEVc
— Rob James (@rob_james) October 3, 2013
- AngularJS is an incredible framework for web applications. But as with all new tech, there are some bound to be a few issues. Here, some AngularJS pitfalls are examined (by @Sander_Mak, via @rob_james).
7 Useful #Git Tips for Beginners via @sixrevisions HT @vitamintalent: http://t.co/UnzG2rPTay
— Pixafy (@pixafy) September 30, 2013
- It’s no secret that Git is awesome for version control. These 7 useful Git tips for beginners can help improve your web development workflow (@sixrevisions, via @vitamintalent).
::before/after pseudo-elements are now inspectable in DevTools. Try it in Canary. http://t.co/0gOOO5u2pL screenshot: pic.twitter.com/eRe5vHtmlI
— Paul Irish (@paul_irish) September 30, 2013
- This video shows how inspecting the :before/:after content in Chrome Dev Tools will now show up in the elements panel! Works beautifully in Canary, too (by @paul_irish).
Excellent article in @FastCompany from @fmanjoo about the shift towards great design @google. http://t.co/CHFdF3rmib
— Jon Wiley (@jonwiley) September 26, 2013
- While Google no doubt dominates online search, advertising, maps, and more, “How Google Taught Itself Good Design” discusses how Google has shifted from a more utility-oriented perspective to include great design work (by @fmanjoo in @FastCompany, via @jonwiley).
RT @DeveloperAgent: Best Free jQuery Form Plugins to Improve User Experience http://t.co/vhwMZLpTEZ by @jakerocheleau @treehouse
— Pixafy (@pixafy) September 26, 2013
- Best Free jQuery Form Plugins to Improve User Experience highlights useful open source jQuery plugins to help developers create easier forms on the web (by @jakerocheleau @treehouse, via @DeveloperAgent).
mobile design mistakes & how to avoid them:http://t.co/Xi4w9jZkdN
— Luke Wroblewski (@lukew) September 18, 2013
- Designing for mobile is clearly not the same as designing for desktop. This article delves into mobile-first design and mistakes you should avoid when designing for mobile (by @lukew, @WiredOpinion).
Are you "metacognitive"? The Habits of the World's Smartest People (Infographic) http://t.co/xqcYwZ8hKI via @EntMagazine
— Martha Bush (@marthabush) September 25, 2013
- Are you a “metacognitive”? This fun infographic showcases both the good and bad habits of the world’s smartest people (by @KathleenEDavis, @EntMagazine, via @marthabush).
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