Node.js Invasion

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Node.js tools were originally meant for development of Javascript apps on a server. But - and there is always a “but” - Javascript is needed on the front-end as well. You do not have to write hundreds of lines of code but once in a while you will, let’s say, need to install a jQuery plugin.

Therefore we need tools for installing and maintaining packages and something for building distribution versions of the code as well.

We will be dealing with NPM, Bower, Grunt and Gulp. It is good to know that all these tools come from the world of Node.js.

More at nodejs.org.




Content

Introduction

Introduction

On today’s frontend UI development

UI development transformations

Tools, technologies and workflows

Fallback strategies

CSS3 reference guide

Introduction

Text properties

Background properties

Border properties

Box properties

Media Queries

CSS transforms

CSS animations

CSS3 Layout

Another CSS3 Properties

Non-standard properties

End

End

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