Category Archives: JavsScript

CSS-Tricks: Myth Busting: CSS Animations vs. JavaScript

Conclusion Are CSS animations “bad”? Certainly not. In fact, they’re great for simple transitions between states (like rollovers) when compatibility with older browsers isn’t required. 3D transforms usually perform very well (iOS7 being a notable exception), and CSS animations can … Continue reading

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Get Started with ECMAScript 6

Really good article on the new features of ES6 ECMAScript 6 or ES6 is the latest standardized version of JavaScript. The exciting thing is it’s been approved today by the standards body and that means broader browser support is coming. … Continue reading

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The Best Explanation of JavaScript Reactivity

Interesting article on JavaScript Reactivity. “Many front-end JavaScript frameworks (Ex. Angular, React, and Vue) have their own Reactivity engines. By understanding what reactivity is and how it works, you can improve your development skills and more effectively use JavaScript frameworks. … Continue reading

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Force browser to print background images

I was working on a page with coupons and the coupon had check boxes that the user could check and then print the page to take to the store. I had some trouble styling the checkboxes as the art director … Continue reading

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Is object in viewport?

I can’t remember if I posted this before, so I am posting again. This fun little script checks to see if a particular object is in the viewport. http://codepen.io/TroyThib/pen/PPOzyv

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