Issue #53 - November 18, 2011
jQuery Mobile 1.0 Released
jQuery Mobile is an elegant HTML5-based user interface library for the jQuery community designed to work on all popular mobile platforms. All of the team's target platforms are supported by the 1.0 release.
Cappuccino 0.9.5 Released
Node v0.6.1: A Minor Update
We only announced Node 0.6 last week but a minor update is out already. It has documentation improvements and a handful of bug fixes. The 'crypto' module has also been made thread safe.
Travis CI Announces 'First Class' Node.js Project Support
Travis CI is a distributed continuous integration system aimed at the open source community. Recent developments make it easy for Node developers to test their projects against multiple Node versions (0.4, 0.5 and 0.6) and environment configurations at once.
Using jQuery 1.7's .on() and .off()
With the release of jQuery 1.7 came two new ways to attach event handlers to DOM elements - .on() and .off(). Andi Smith provides an introduction to these methods, along with some brief code examples.
Why Not AMD?
Fabric Engine Server Performance Benchmarks: JS Keeps Up With C++
Code and Libraries
Derby: MVC Framework for Realtime, Collaborative Apps in Both Node and the Browser
JS/CC: A Parser and Lexical Analyzer Generation for JS
Kibi: A 1024 Byte Single Page App Framework
jQuery Responsive Thumbnail Gallery Plugin
It's a jQuery Plugin for creating image galleries that scale to fit their container by John Polacek.
View.js - A Simple jQuery Photo Viewer
View.js includes keyboard navigation, CSS animations, viewport scaling, smart loading, and is mobile ready (with swipe to view coming soon). Looks extremely easy to set up - I look forward to trying this.
selectToAutocomplete: A Powerfully Simple New jQuery Drop Down Replacement
Sr. Interactive Developer at Sapient [Boston, MA]
Last but not least..
Marc-Andre Cournoyer's Online Programming Language Masterclass