The editor still plays a major role in writing good code. I don't know about you, but even though I can probably write a small program using nano, it'll be damn difficult to get it right the first time. Yeah, the good ol' typos, missing parentheses and all. And it'll probably be much slower than having the luxury of autocomplete provided in the editor. Use JSDoc: Index. Découvrez Hyper Dev, le Codepen des applications JS. Closure Compiler Service.
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Ohhh, snap! You didn’t enter the wrong password, you simply tapped a wrong key. It’s something you likely would’ve caught if the login control provided a feature allowing you to view the password you entered. Here’s what I mean: Why do we need this? For a number of years we’ve seen mobile trends that suggest users are okay with the idea of removing password masking, at least to be able to see if the input is correct.
Without a doubt, jQuery is well known and frequently used in the web design community. Jquery lets you prototype and create any kind of unique and creative user interface with minimal work and that is the reason why it increases in popularity each day. 40 JS Plugins All Web Developers Should Know About. We searched the web for the best JS plugins and libraries all web developers should know about, and came up with this awesome roundup of 40 most useful JS plugins for your inspiration!
In today’s post we bring to you 10 jQuery Horizontal Scroll Demos & Plugins useful for those who see things horizontally.
The list includes some time-tested books as well as podcasts and videos you may not have heard of yet. Books. Tool-Up Time: The Very Best Front End Web Developer Tools DebugMe Blog. We talked a lot with our in-house web developer team, researched the topic for hours and hours and finally put together the DebugMe* list of front end web developer tools which can be useful for every web dev out there. *Our bug tracking and visual feedback giving solution is not on the list because we are more humble than that, however you should take a look at it and maybe give it a try.
DebugMe will make your life easier especially if you are a web developer, a web designer or a project manager. Are you a web developer or a designer? This tool will make your life and workflow a lot easier Alertify.js. Webpack module bundler. Gists from JS Bin vs. CodePen vs. JSFiddle vs. Plunker – cunning ramblings in codecraft. Is anyone sick of choices yet?
I mean, really, who needs ’em? Right? Amidst the seventeen choices you’ve had to make this morning just in your web dev work, your beleaguered synapses may have zapped in and around the bevy of options for an online code snippet editor. Maybe Codie Bin with its happy robot Oscar the Grouch? Or maybe the sleek and artsily-designed PorkPen? On the one hand, all of these tools are similar enough that most people seem to have simply settled on a favorite that they go to without having to consciously decide. Well I’m not going to build an entire matrix here, but I did want to take a quick look at a single feature that I have decided recently is important to me in my quest to learn tons of web development skills. This is obviously a rubbish plan for actually learning anything practical, so I have recently determined to force myself to play with things as I am learning them.