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An In-Depth Overview Of Living Style Guide Tools

Following the market’s demand for minimalistic and consistent UIs, and the growth in modular web development, we tend to pay more and more attention to documentation and the efficiency of designer–engineer workflow with each project we undertake. Also, since the documentation process is often the weakest spot for modern web teams , we’re constantly looking for the right tools to help us. Living style guides ...

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Cachet HQ – Open Source Status Page System

Cachet HQ is an open source status page system, for everyone . It shows beautiful & simple service statuses. Cachet has been beautifully built, both by design and code. Using Bootstrap 3, Cachet is completely responsive and works perfectly on mobile, tablet and desktop devices. Cachet supports several languages straight away, with more translations being worked on every day. Within the Dashboard you’re able ...

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Assessing Mobile Usability With Google Webmaster Tools

Back in 2013, Google officially announced 1 that it would begin to penalize websites that provide a faulty user experience on mobile devices. Specific examples included redirecting inner URLs to a home page when viewed in a mobile version of a website, as well as showing 404 errors to people attempting to access pages on mobile. Toward the end of 2014, a Google spokesperson hinted that the mobile user exper ...

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Type.js – Take Finer Typographic Control on the Web

Type.js is a typography tools for better web type. It allows you to write new CSS properties to take finer typographic control of type styles on the web. Set up is simple. Upload type.js to your site, and link it in your HTML, just before the end of the body. Next, add a style tag before the script, and write these new CSS properties just like you would any other styles. You can also manually adjust the spa ...

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Automating Style Guide-Driven Development

Style guides — especially living ones — are useful in many aspects of development and maintenance, so it’s little wonder that developing them has become a highly recommended and a popular practice. But even with the clear benefits, taking the necessary steps to create and start using them is easier said than done, as quite often the challenge is cultural, requiring changes in people’s mindsets. In order to ...

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Dug.js – Pull Feeds of Content from JSONP to HTML

Dug.js was designed to be a lightweight, simple, library-independent script to pull in feeds of content available on the web as JSONP to display on your site. There are a few parameters that you can pass into dug to do some additional schnazzy things. Dug.js is completely free! it is 100% free under the WTFPL — no link backs or anything needed. Requirements: JavaScript Framework Demo: http://rog.ie/blog/dug ...

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Mobile Prototyping With Proto.io

There are many options available for prototyping mobile user experiences, but if you need to prototype native apps for mobile devices you should take a look at Proto.io 1 when evaluating potential choices. This solution has many features for designing and prototyping mobile apps, including built-in component libraries for specific devices, great support for gestures and transitions, and an app that allows f ...

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Creating A “Save For Later” Chrome Extension With Modern Web Tools

Creating an extension for the Chrome browser is a great way to take a small and useful idea and distribute it to millions of people through the Chrome Web Store. This article walks you through the development process of a Chrome extension with modern web tools and libraries. It all begins with an idea. Mine was formed while reading an interesting (and long) article about new front-end technologies. I was co ...

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