Lots of notable releases, community projects, and technical content were released in the DoneJS community last month! This post outlines some of the highlights from March 2017.
CanJS has everything you need to build a web app’s front-end: components, templating, models, and more. We also publish all of the modules that provide the infrastructure for the higher-level APIs, including a utility library called can-util.
The new Recipes section on CanJS.com now has a new guide: Weather Report!
We’ve added a new Recipes section to CanJS.com with example widgets that are useful starting points for learning more about CanJS.The first set of recipes is a file system navigator that Justin Meyer presented at DoneJS Chicago last month.
While re-designing the CanJS website, I ran into a few issues coding the new layout. I needed a way to create a fixed header and a fixed flexible sidebar that would adjust its width based on its content. This meant that the main content container also needed to flex to accommodate more or less sidebar content. This post will show you how I created this layout hack using Flexbox and I will explain how to create your own html template that contains the following:
Lots of notable releases, community projects, and technical content were released in the DoneJS community last month! This post outlines some of the highlights from February 2017.
We at Bitovi love open source. We build powerful tools and open source them to support the community. We dedicate full-time resources to developing open source projects that help anyone build usable, performant, and maintainable web applications…
Bitovi worked with HaulHound, a logistics technology company, to design and develop a system connecting truckers and shippers. The system we built supports real-time data, an iOS and Android app for truckers, and a web application for shippers.
Most UX processes value low-fidelity design early in a project’s life: simple, hand-drawn sketches, basic wireframes, and even boxy prototypes. It isn’t until later in the process, as the details get filled in, that higher fidelity designs get introduced. It makes sense: lo-fi designs are quick and easy which makes for faster turn-around in an iterative process. But are low-fidelity designs always the best way to go?
Lots of notable releases, community projects, and technical content were released in the DoneJS community last month! This post outlines some of the highlights from January 2017.