Category Archives: js

Today’s Readings

The latest installment in my “Today’s Readings” series, including CSS (lots of grid!), JS (jQuery vs. Vanilla JS, again), some mockup tools, conversation starters and bit on social justice… Happy reading! Continue reading

Today’s Readings

The latest installment in my “Today’s Readings” series, including grid, lots of CSS, some JS, and deep-dives into a11y and i18n. Happy reading! Continue reading

Today’s Readings

The latest installment in my “Today’s Readings” series, offering my rants and thoughts based on findings from around the world-wide web. Happy reading! Continue reading

Today’s Readings

The latest installment in my “Today’s Readings” series, offering my rants and thoughts based on findings from around the world-wide web. Happy reading! Continue reading

Today’s Readings

The latest installment in my “Today’s Readings” series, offering my rants and thoughts based on findings from around the world-wide web. Happy reading! Continue reading

Today’s Readings

The latest installment in my “Today’s Readings” series, offering my rants and thoughts based on findings from around the world-wide web. Happy reading! Continue reading

Today’s Readings

The latest installment in my “Today’s Readings” series, offering my rants and thoughts based on findings from around the world-wide web. Happy reading! Continue reading

Replacing jQuery with Vanilla ES6

Following a discussion with a colleague about how “necessary” jQuery is now-days, considering how far ES6 has come, I decided to conduct a small experiment: I would clone a live, functioning JS module and replace as much jQuery as possible … Continue reading

How to use dynamic variables in a Grunt config file

Grunt is a powerful tool, but can seem limiting when you need dynamic values or options. But it’s actually really easy to pass data to Grunt and have it do just about anything you want, dynamically! Continue reading

Today’s Readings

The latest installment in my “Today’s Readings” series, offering my rants and thoughts based on findings from around the world-wide web. Happy reading! Continue reading