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Tutoriel Vidéo HTML-CSS Bootstrap CSS from Twitter

Tutoriel Vidéo HTML-CSS Bootstrap CSS from Twitter
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Bootstrap 2.0.4 Need reasons to love Bootstrap? Look no further. Built for and by nerds Like you, we love building awesome products on the web. For all skill levels Bootstrap is designed to help people of all skill levels—designer or developer, huge nerd or early beginner. Cross-everything Originally built with only modern browsers in mind, Bootstrap has evolved to include support for all major browsers (even IE7!) 12-column grid Grid systems aren't everything, but having a durable and flexible one at the core of your work can make development much simpler. Responsive design With Bootstrap 2, we've gone fully responsive. Styleguide docs Unlike other front-end toolkits, Bootstrap was designed first and foremost as a styleguide to document not only our features, but best practices and living, coded examples. Growing library Despite being only 10kb (gzipped), Bootstrap is one of the most complete front-end toolkits out there with dozens of fully functional components ready to be put to use. Custom jQuery plugins

Three Big Qs in Big Data The Big Data battle is still on, most of organizations haven’t seen clear symbol to declare victory yet, though everyone is talking about “V” words these days: Volume, Velocity, Variety, and look for big Value; if switch the angle a bit, how to see Big Data in the lens of “Q”? 1. Quantity The growth of Data is exponential: The volume of business data worldwide is expected to double every 1.2 years. Data is growing at 40% compound annual rate, reaching nearly 45 ZB by 2020. Every day, 2.5quintillion bytes of data are created, with 90% of the world’s data created in the past two years, also, data production will be 44 times greater in 2020 than in 2009. But what exactly is the difference between “a lot” of data and “big data”? Perhaps Big Data might not necessarily be that 'big'. 2. There’s no “perfect” data in Big Data world, the accuracy and compromise will continue to coexist across the span of information management. 3. Why is this important? “What are the problems we need to solve?

KNACSS, a simple and lightweight CSS framework Bootstrap Toolbox - Tools, Utilities, Generators and Templates Ever since it was initially released, Bootstrap has taken the internet by a storm. It keeps growing in popularity with each passing day — and why shouldn’t it be popular? After all, where else do you find a responsive framework with such an extensive library of pre-styled components, and a community that offers many, many extras and addons? In this collection, we have put together some of the best Bootstrap resources. Boostrap Tools & Utilities Bootstrap wysihtml5 Bootstrap-wysihtml5 is a Javascript plugin that makes it easy to create simple, beautiful wysiwyg editors. Bootstrap wysihtml5 → Bootpag – Dynamic Pagination The Bootpag jQuery plugin helps you create dynamic pagination with Bootstrap (or any other HTML page for that matter). Bootpag → Bootstrap Modal Bootstrap Modal extends Bootstrap's native modals with additional functionality by introducing a ModalManager class that operates behind the scenes to handle multiple modals by listening on their events. Bootstrap Modal → Bootbox.js Fuel UX

5 reasons NOT to use Twitter Bootstrap | Zing Design In our previous blog post, we discussed some of the benefits of using Twitter Bootstrap for web design and development projects. There are plenty of downsides to Twitter Bootstrap as well. Let’s have a look at the major problems it can create: 1. It doesn’t follow best practices One of the major issues I have with Twitter Bootstrap is that you end up with a whole lot of DOM elements crammed full of classes. Argh… So many unnecessary classes! 2. What if you’ve been air-dropped into the middle of a big project and want to implement all that sweet Twitter Bootstrappy goodness? 3. Straight out of the box, Twitter Bootstrap includes CSS weighing in at 126KB and 29KB of JavaScript. 4. Possibly one of the biggest points of contention, and definitely the key issue which puts me off using Bootstrap is the fact that it’s built with Less and provides no native support for Compass and SASS. 5. Twitter Bootstrap is super-popular, and therefore every dev and his dog is going be using it. *Update

Fundamentals Last updated 2015 September 10 These tutorials address an older version of D3 (3.x) and will no longer be updated. See my book Interactive Data Visualization for the Web, 2nd Ed. to learn all about the current version of D3 (4.x). Working with D3 requires an appreciation of the following concepts. Hypertext Markup Language is used to structure content for web browsers. <html><head><title>Page Title</title></head><body><h1>Page Title</h1><p>This is a really interesting paragraph. The Document Object Model refers to the hierarchical structure of HTML. Web browsers parse the DOM in order to make sense of a page’s content. Cascading Style Sheets are used to style the visual presentation of HTML pages. CSS styles consist of selectors and rules. h1 /* Selects level 1 headings */ p /* Selects paragraphs */ .caption /* Selects elements with class "caption" */ #subnav /* Selects element with ID "subnav" */ Rules are properties that, cumulatively, form the styles: JavaScript Developer Tools

Création d’un blog avec Symfony2 Je propose également des formations en petits groupes sur 2 à 3 jours. Plus d’infos sur la page dédiée. N’hésitez pas à me contacter ( ou clement [@] pour en discuter ! Introduction Ce tutoriel va vous guider dans le processus de création d’un blog complet avec Symfony2. Site démo Le site original de Symblog se trouve à l’adresse : Contenu Le but de ce tutoriel est de couvrir les tâches que vous allez régulièrement être amené à réaliser lors de la création d’un site web avec Symfony2. Les bundlesLes controlleursLes templates (avec Twig)Le modèle - Doctrine 2Les migrationsLes données facticesLes validateursLes formulairesLe routageGestion des fichiers externesLes emailsles environnementsPersonnalisation des pages d’erreurLa securitéL’utilisateur et les sessionsGeneration de CRUDLe cacheLes testsLe deploiement Symfony2 est fortement personnalisable et propose différentes manières de réaliser un même tâche. Traductions Français Auteur Participer

A Review of JavaScript Error Monitoring Services - Telerik Developer Network If you’re like me, then you’ve been diligent about writing the best JavaScript code you can. You lint. You write tests (both for the code and the UI). You check out your site in multiple different browsers, locales, time zones, and dimensions. You do a good job. Rock on, you. Of course, even the best of us can’t test every possible scenario. For all of us who want a deeper look at how well our sites’ code is working, there are now services you can use to help monitor and report on JavaScript issues on your site. TrackJS I was first introducted to TrackJS when I had the good fortune of sitting next to one of their developers at FluentConf this year. TrackJS provides a free trial with signup, and no credit card is required. Daily Reports For my testing, I dropped this into the template for my blog and then promptly forgot about it. The bottom of that screen shot is cut off a bit, but the “Top Browsers” report is the last part of the email. Dashboard So how about the web site? Timeline Trends

Tutoriels pour maîtriser « Bootstrap, from Twitter » Présentation de « Bootstrap from Twitter » « Bootstrap from Twitter » est un des nombreux outils du « Responsive Web Design (RWD) » qui viennent bousculer notre confort et nous oblige à un nouvel effort d’adaptation pour ne pas mourir sur le bord de l’autoroute du Web. Nous avons déjà parlé de « Bootstrap from Twitter » dans l’article « Responsive Web Design (RWD) » dans SPIP : Intégrer « Bootstrap, from Twitter » dans un CMS..., aujourd’hui nous nous intéressons à son apprentissage car il est particulièrement intéressant. Le framework HTML, CSS, et Javascript « Bootstrap from Twitter », distribué sous license libre Apache v2.0, est l’intégration harmonieuse d’une librairie de tous les éléments d’interface qu’on trouve sur les applications de la compagnie Twitter. « Bootstrap from Twitter » comprend tous les éléments d’interface les plus courants, tels que la navigation, les boutons, les étiquettes, les tableaux, les alertes, les barres d’avancement, les formulaires, etc. Tutoriel vidéos