daily links

  • Proof of concept ‘stacking’ responsive menu
    Schikces Proof of concept für ein Respinsive Menu – Resize your window!
  • SOLID CSS | Blog | Miller Medeiros
    SOLID CSS
    CSS was meant to style academic documents and simple sites (eg. wiki, blogs) where the cascade and descendant selectors makes a lot of sense. Unfortunately many sites we build nowadays are way more complex than that, and what used to work on simple projects doesn’t scale very well. We need to find smarter ways to code CSS to avoid the common issues and re-think the way we do our work. We should learn from the experience of other devs working in different domains, and apply into our own domain. Things like separation of concerns, modularity, encapsulation, DRY can (and should) be applied to large scale CSS projects as well. The main problem is that most people who are good at CSS doesn’t necessarily have a Computer Science background, most of them started as designers and learned CSS by themselves (that was my case…). That’s the main reason why I’m writing this post.
  • Responsive Web Design Patterns | This Is Responsive
    Responsive Patterns
    A collection of patterns and modules for responsive designs.
  • Token formatters | drupal.org
    Provides additional token-izable field formatters. This allows you to easily and fully customize how fields are output.
  • JewelryBox – The Official OS X RVM GUI
    The Official OS X RVM GUI
    Manage your rubies and gemsets with ease.
  • twitter/bower
    Bower is a package manager for the web. Bower lets you easily install assets such as images, CSS and JavaScript, and manages dependencies for you.
 

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