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Creating Stunning Charts With AngularJS

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«As cit­izens of the digit­al world, we are con­stantly flooded with data. From web­site ana­lyt­ics to our fit­ness track­er, data is all around us. As a res­ult, for the front-end design­ers it is becom­ing increas­ingly dif­fi­cult to present data in a way that stands out from oth­er data sources that are com­pet­ing for a viewer’s atten­tion.»

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How to Create Your First JavaScript Chart

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«In one form or the oth­er, data visu­al­iz­a­tion seems to come up quite often in the work life of a design­er or a front-end developer. Be it an ana­lyt­ics dash­board or an intern­al report, if you have nev­er cre­ated a chart before, there is a very good chance that you might need do so in future.»

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Responsive Typographic Headlines with CSS & JavaScript

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«When char­ging ahead with all of your new strategies for respons­ive web design don’t for­get the one of most import­ant parts – the typo­graph­ic head­lines. Stay ahead of most web design­ers by pay­ing close atten­tion to how the head­lines are play­ing out on the page at dif­fer­ent sizes. That means being very inten­tion­al about the siz­ing and line breaks for type.»

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A Beginner’s Guide To Grunt: Build Tool for JavaScript

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«Mod­ern Web devel­op­ment is rap­idly mov­ing toward more com­plic­ated cli­ent-side applic­a­tions. The abil­ity to build more advanced applic­a­tions requires more soph­ist­ic­ated tools that allow developers to man­age com­plex­ity and pre­vent the pro­gram they write from col­lapsing under the weight of a tech­nic­al dept.»

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CSS And Javascript Animation Libraries To Create Awesome Effects

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«Are you in the pos­i­tion where you need to cre­ate some high qual­ity anim­a­tions for a web pro­ject? Maybe you have a boss or you are work­ing for a cli­ent and you have com­mit­ted to a pro­ject that involves cre­at­ing anim­a­tions. If you do not have exper­i­ence work­ing with Javas­cript or CSS this can feel very daunt­ing at first.»

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JavaScript for WordPress People: What You Need to Know

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«At December’s Word­Camp US, Word­Press co-founder Matt Mul­len­weg used his State of the Word talk to exhort us to “learn JavaS­cript, deeply.” But what does this mean and what do Word­Press developers need to know about JavaS­cript?»

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mo.js: JavaScript Framework for Complex Animations

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«The basics for demand­ing anim­a­tions with­in the browser are set thanks to CSS3 and JavaS­cript. But the CSS char­ac­ter­ist­ics and JavaS­cript meth­ods only …»

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13 Killer JavaScript Resources to Get Up to Speed for WordPress

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«If you’ve heard that JavaS­cript is the new PHP (or at least, that it’s going to be a key part of the Word­Press tech­no­logy stack in the com­ing years), or you want to learn JavaS­cript but are over­whelmed and don’t know where to start, this is the post for you. There’s been a lot of talk about JavaS­cript in the past couple of weeks and how it would trans­form Word­Press since Auto­mat­tic deb­uted its desktop app Calypso for WordPress.com and the REST API was merged into Word­Press core.»

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How to Build a Simple Advent Calendar in JavaScript

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«Advent is the peri­od of wait­ing and pre­par­ing for Christ­mas which begins four Sundays before Christ­mas eve. The passing of Advent time is tra­di­tion­ally meas­ured with the help of either an Advent Cal­en­dar, or an Advent Wreath. Although the begin­ning of Advent is not a fixed date, Advent Cal­en­dars usu­ally begin on Dec 1.»

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19 Efficient jQuery Lightbox Plugins

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«jQuery is a power­ful tool and using it has become a sine qua non con­di­tion of web design­ing. It prac­tic­ally trans­forms a web page from dull­ness to an enter­tain­ing and catchy piece of work.»

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