Bookmarklets are just like normal browser bookmarks, but when you click one, instead of taking you to another web page, it performs some action on the web page you are currently on. You have probably encountered bookmarklets in some way, …Continue reading
When building an application that has a lot of data that can be updated, and any piece of information could be represented in several places on the page, it becomes a pain to try to make sure the interface accurately represents the data at any point in time.
So we’re about done learning about Handlebars.js, but I’ve got a few examples of tricks I’ve found while using Handlebars that I figured I would share. If you haven’t read them yet, I’d highly recommend reading Part 1 and Part …Continue reading