RECESS Overview Developed at Twitter to support our internal styleguide, RECESS is a simple, attractive code quality tool for CSS built on top of LESS. Incorporate it into your development process as a linter, or integrate it directly into your build system as a compiler, RECESS will keep your source looking clean and super managable. Installation Run the following line in your terminal: $ npm install recess -g $q A service that helps you run functions asynchronously, and use their return values (or exceptions) when they are done processing. This is a Promises/A+-compliant implementation of promises/deferred objects inspired by Kris Kowal's Q. $q can be used in two fashions --- one which is more similar to Kris Kowal's Q or jQuery's Deferred implementations, and the other which resembles ES6 (ES2015) promises to some degree.
arbor.js » reference about arbor Arbor is a graph visualization library built with web workers and jQuery. Rather than trying to be an all-encompassing framework, arbor provides an efficient, force-directed layout algorithm plus abstractions for graph organization and screen refresh handling. It leaves the actual screen-drawing to you. 10 LESS CSS Examples You Should Steal for Your Projects LESS, Sass and other CSS preprocessors represent an awesome way to extend CSS to be everything a programmer ever wanted. Variables, mathematical operations, mixins and a lot more make these tools invaluable to coders who can appreciate the benefits of typing less while accomplishing more. One of the most major hurdles to getting started with these tools is simply figuring out just what the heck you’re going to do with them. We’ll help you out in a big way today by hooking you up with ten incredibly useful LESS snippets that you can drop into your projects today. Using LESS Lately I’ve really been digging into tools like LESS and Sass and trying to figure out how to best leverage them in my workflow.
Paramètres du lecteur This document explains how to embed a YouTube player in your application and also defines the parameters that are available in the YouTube embedded player. By appending parameters to the IFrame URL, you can customize the playback experience in your application. For example, you can automatically play videos using the autoplay parameter or cause a video to play repeatedly using the loop parameter.