In part one we looked at a few of the useful array methods that Underscore provides for us. In this part of the tutorial we’re going to take a look at some of the syntactic sugar that Underscore gives us to work with array-like collection. An array-like collection is something similar to array in that it is a collection of things as opposed to a single value, but they lack some of the things that arrays possess, such as a length property.
Google Analtyics gives so much data that sometimes it becomes hard to digest. For larger sites it is easy to become so overwhelmed that you can’t find the time to look up the analtyics for each page.
Paper.js is one of these frameworks that uses Document Object Model (DOM) to structure objects in an easy-to-understand manner. It offers creative and neat ways of doing lots of stuff on a Web browser that supports the
If you are a busy web designer or developer, using a CSS framework could speed up your work dramatically and make your task far easier. The CSS frameworks facilitate rapid development, could be used as a foundation in many design projects, and take care of some of most repetitive tasks.
Visitors to a site will at some point want to print out the information they see on screen. By using print-specific CSS, content can be reformatted for print in a form that is readable on paper and doesn’t contain items such as advertising or menus. Print stylesheets can take time to set up successfully however, and tend to get neglected when project deadlines loom. This article examines two very different methods that aim to help with this process: Print Friendly and the Hartija Framework.