pub-6887543428250003 FIVE THINGS Programming • 1. Announcing Ionic 1.0! | The Official Ionic Blog 1.0.0 Uranium-Unicorn pixie dust has landed. As the header explains, this is an HTML5 hybrid app development SDK. The Latest Native scrolling Swipe to go back interactive transitions Collective repeat redone Navigation improved SVG spinner encapsulate icons Platform continuity Keyboard modals … ∞
1. • coteditor/CotEditor 2. • botherder/detekt 3. • google/j2objc 4. • facebook/flow 5. • naetech/nightrain 6. • coteditor/CotEditor 7. • botherder/detekt 8. • google/j2objc 9. • theDazzler/droidicon 10. • taye/interact.js
facebook/proxygen Proxygen: Facebook’s C++ HTTP Library "This project comprises the core C++ HTTP abstractions used at Facebook. Internally, it is used as the basis for building many HTTP servers, proxies, and clients. This release focuses on the common HTTP abstractions and our simple HTTPServer framework. Future releases will provide simple client APIs as well. The … ∞
dashboards 1. keen/dashboards · GitHub "Responsive Dashboard Templates for Bootstrap Our goal for these assets is to be as helpful and familiar as possible, without getting in your way. To that end, these layouts are composed of a minimal set of custom styles on top of Bootstrap v3.2, covering the most common use cases and … ∞
AsyncDisplayKit – Facebook 1. facebook/AsyncDisplayKit “AsyncDisplayKit is an iOS framework that keeps even the most complex user interfaces smooth and responsive. It was originally built to make Facebook’s Paper possible, and goes hand-in-hand with pop’s physics-based animations — but it’s just as powerful with UIKit Dynamics and conventional app designs.” maim 2. naelstrof/maim "maim maim … ∞
1. Google XML Sitemaps This plugin will generate a special XML sitemap which will help search engines to better index your blog. Version 188.8.131.52 Updated 2014-6-23 Downloads 15,279,063 Average Rating 4 stars The google robots need help when crashing around the Internet. Fifteen million downloads is pretty impressive. 2. W3 Total Cache Easy Web Performance … ∞
1. Issue #115 | CSS Weekly CSS will-change is a new property that allows you to let a browser know ahead of time that an element may change, so that it can make any preparatory optimisations. Sara Soueidan shows you how to put an end to cargo-cult hacks, and speed up your animations. Jackie Balzer … ∞
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