Reactive Programming, CSS Spacing, & Image Loading – Treehouse Show Episode 52

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In this episode of The Treehouse Show, Nick Pettit (@nickrp) and Jason Seifer (@jseifer) talk about the latest in web design, web development, html5, front end development, and more.

Here are the links for the week:

tidyTime.js
http://git.aaronlumsden.com/tidytime.js/

Ractive.js – next-generation DOM manipulation
http://www.ractivejs.org/

MockUPhone – One Click to Wrap App Screenshots in Device Mockup!
http://mockuphone.com/

tracing-framework by Google
http://google.github.io/tracing-framework/index.html

paulirish/browser-logos
http://github.com/paulirish/browser-logos

Your app makes me fat — Serious Pony
http://seriouspony.com/blog/2013/7/24/your-app-makes-me-fat

Spacing The Bottom of Modules | CSS-Tricks
http://css-tricks.com/spacing-the-bottom-of-modules/

BARREL | Taking Control of Image Loading
http://www.barrelny.com/blog/taking-control-of-imageloading/

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One comment on “Reactive Programming, CSS Spacing, & Image Loading – Treehouse Show Episode 52

  1. I’m a little disappointed in the description of Ractive. RxJS, BaconJS, and Elm have all been supporting FRP for a long time, and I was hoping for a longer description of the power of FRP, especially when combined with an MVVM framework like Backbone.