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daily links

daily links

daily links

  • Enduring CSS: writing style sheets for rapidly changing, long-lived projects - Author and responsive web developer Ben Frain
    When architecting CSS for a large scale project it’s a common aim to abstract visual patterns for re-use, DRY out code and normalise our designs as much as possible. However, for rapidly changing projects, I’m no longer convinced those principles should necessarily be followed to the nth degree, nor that they offer the biggest wins.
  • Home · kalamuna/kalaboxv1 Wiki · GitHub
    Kalabox is a free, integrated workflow solution for Drupal (and eventually all PHP developers). It’s the thing that connects all your things — including your hosting account — to provide a complete desktop-to-live workflow loop. First developed by Kalamuna as an internal tool, people all over the world now use it to code, test and go live faster than ever.
  • jenius/rupture · GitHub
    Simple media queries in stylus. http://jenius.github.io/rupture
  • Jeet Grid System | Smart CSS preprocessor grids
    We still build things the way machines read them - not the way we intuit them. Jeet allows you to express your page grid the same way a human would describe it. No more needlessly nesting elements. No more rigid twelve column rules. Enjoy building faster with less code, and more flexibility with Jeet

daily links

  • How to boost your Vim productivity · sheerun
    Leader is an awesome idea. It allows for executing actions by key sequences instead of key combinations. Because I’m using it, I rarely need to press Ctrl-something combo to make things work.
  • Fluid Powered TYPO3: Welcome
    Fluid Powered TYPO3 is a set of TYPO3 extensions for making and using convention-over-configuration style CMS templates for the Fluid template language.
  • Introducing Normalize-OpenType.css
    Following the same normalising approach as its namesake, Normalize-OpenType.css only includes CSS that applies OpenType features to basic HTML elements, like <body>, <table>, and <time>.
    If your font includes OpenType features, your typography will be improved in supported browsers. If not, nothing else will be affected.

daily links

  • Responsive Images in TYPO3: So könnt ihr ab Version 6.2 LTS die Standard-Lösung anpassen und erweitern » t3n
    Für responsive TYPO3-Layouts müssen Entwickler vor allem die HTML-Quellcodes sauber in die Templates integrieren. Um die dazu gehörenden Responsive Images auszuliefern, bietet die neue TYPO3-Version 6.2 LTS eine integrierte Lösung, die Entwickler allerdings individuell anpassen sollten.
  • Pure CSS parallax scrolling websites | Keith Clark
    Parallax is almost always handled with JavaScript and, more often than not, it’s not very performant with the worst offenders listening for the scroll event, modifying the DOM directly in the handler and triggering needless reflows and paints. All this happens out of sync with the browsers rendering pipeline causing dropped frames and stuttered scrolling. Better parallax implementations monitor scrolling and defer DOM updates using requestAnimationFrame which can totally transform the experience – but what if you could remove the JavaScript dependency completely?
  • Leeflets/leeflets · GitHub
    In a flooded marketplace of overly complex website templates, content management systems and frameworks, Leeflets has been created and is devoted to delivering a much needed alternative for minimalist single page websites. We’re just getting started, so if you have any questions, comments, bugs to report or enhancements that should be implemented, please do feel free to post those here on GitHub.