pullo — 2014-04-21T10:56:41-04:00 — #1
Back to Basics
Creating a Simple Style Switcher - by yours truly
AngularJS and i18n
Controlling an Arduino with Node.js and Johnny Five
How To Build A WinJS App In 10 Easy Steps
Building 3D in the browser with Three.js
Creating a Node Web App With Hapi and Twilio Integration
Creating Your First Firefox OS App
YUI 3.16.0 Released - what's new
Book of Modern frontend tooling - introducing you to the world of tooling for modern web applications
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felgall — 2014-04-21T18:03:22-04:00 — #2
pullo — 2014-04-22T07:30:06-04:00 — #3
In the article I didn't really want to concentrate on the awesomeness of style-sheet switching (although this can be useful, for example by offering a high contrast style-sheet for visually impaired users), rather I wanted to write something about how to attach event handlers unobtrusively and how to persist state between page refreshes, as these are two things that I see people keep on asking in the forums.
Style-sheets seemed to be a convenient example that had a degree of real world value.