Due to popular demand from those outside the United Kingdom region who couldn’t make the times for the live training classes we will now record the classes and offer them for a limited time on our password protected server after the live training class.
Encapsulate what varies. This principle has become my motto for development. Whenever I evaluate my own code (or the code of others), I always look for ways to use this principle to make code more expressive and maintainable.
Late, yesterday the Internet was buzzing about Google’s announcement of Blink. Blink is a new rendering engine for Chrome and Opera. In this post, we’ll explore what’s going on.
Brian Edgerton looks at a simple implementation of the request-response pattern and how it can be used to abstract data access in an application. Brian deep dives into his experience developing large scale applications, specifically, regarding the architecture patterns that are used to make appendTo’s code maintainable and extendable.
appendTo is proud to announce our newest Senior Trainer, Vernon Kesner. Vernon comes with eleven years of front-end experience and a passion for educating developers.
appendTo has been working with the support of Microsoft Open Tech since the fall of 2012 on making a version of jQuery work in developing Windows 8 Store Applications. With the upcoming jQuery 2.0 you’ll now be able to build Apps with the support of jQuery.
Many web designers and developers have embraced using CSS shapes in their projects. But rather than really understanding the magic behind the method, a lot of us just end up Googling for a suitable example without really understanding what’s going on. In this article we’ll explore how CSS shapes work.
appendTo would like to congratulate the Backbone.js project on their 1.0 release. We’ve been using Backbone.js in projects for our clients and internally for quite some time. Backbone.js provides a way to abstract your applications into separate smaller pieces that are then easy to maintain.