Ever now & then you get to see new libraries and articles coming out. Basically, the Internet is full of various tools for front-end development. In short, you have got tool for everything. Why we chose to move to HTML5 video. We recently switched to HTML5 from a Flash-based video player for all Facebook web video surfaces, including videos in News Feed, on Pages, and in the Facebook embedded video player.
There are a lot of authoring tools, resources, etc, are available throughout to be implemented to use. Considering the great variety, some of the tools are free or cost, some are paid, and carry their particular features respectively.
One answer is the underscore.js library. Here’s what they say about themselves: I just wanted to do a query against some data in memory, and underscore was the perfect answer. The data I had consisted of a series of books and I wanted to filter out all but the best in each genre, to use with KendoUI. To do so, I needed to create a collection of filters for all the books that were not the highest rated in their genre. As you can see, the data consisted of a small set of books, each with a rating.
For development tools or applications, one need to think efficiently in many aspects so that they achieve maximum utilization of already written material instead of writing the same code for each and every function. Because writing the same line of code for every function not only increase the size of application, but also becomes difficult to manage and find errors. Now, This trend of utilizing resources becomes more popular day by day and almost every language started following this simple rule.