Mr Frontend weekly link sharing #33
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How to manipulate classes without jQuery by using html5’s classList API
“The Universe is under no obligation to make sense to you.” ― Neil deGrasse Tyson Node.js Examples What Companies Use Node For in 2016 | @RisingStack
This article shows how Groupon, Lowe’s Home Improvement and Skycatch have successfully adopted Node.js and what were the results they achieved with it. ES6 for Everyone
Most technology powered companies understand the value of a strong engineering team. It is the backbone of such an organization. After all, these are the people who come up with faster and more 6 Tips to Land Your First Junior Developer Job Code School
I’m asked this question quite often by new, up-and-coming programmers who are looking to get their foot in the door. Programming itself can… Styling your Maps Geocasts
With Yarn, engineers have access to the npm registry while operating faster, more securely, and more reliably. Git Beginner to Advanced Commands and Git Workflows
Git is a distributed version control system: every developer has the full history of their code repository locally. Install and learn Git from beginner to advanced Git commands and workflows here. Heydon/fukol-grids
Contribute to fukol-grids development by creating an account on GitHub. GitHub Dark 2.0 Themes and Skins for Github userstyles.org
Dark theme for GitHub Switch off the lights on GitHub and browse GitHub in nighttime mode. For bug reports, open an issue or submit a pull reques… Frameworks Updating Your Angular 2 App From RC4 to RC5: A Practical Guide (Also works for RC6, RC7 and Angular 2 Final) Barbarian Meets Coding
Update your Angular 2 app from RC4 to the new RC5 including the new router RC1 release Passing data to and from a nested component in Angular 2
Angular decided to drop the ‘@’, ‘&’ and ‘=’ in version 2.0. If you don’t know what they do: good for you! To me, the @&= concept was among Angular 1’s worst choices. Luckily, in… Content
Grid layout is a much needed step-change for CSS
The aim of CSS was to separate content and style but our layouts are as tied to our markup as ever. Grid layout has the chance to deliver a huge shift in the way we rationalise layout systems for the…Frontend Zeplin
Collaboration app for UI designers and frontend developers Mr Frontend weekly link sharing #32
A Redesign with CSS Shapes
Small but mighty, CSS float shapes and feature queries are the latest boost to our toolkit.
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