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C# Corner: Creating JavaScript Objects Part 4 – Object.create()

Instead of creating objects with the new keyword, there is an alternative way to create objects using the Object.create method that is new as of ECMAScript 5 (also referred to as ES5). Thankfully, there is also a pollyfill for browsers that don’t yet support the native Object.create method. [Douglas Crockford](http://javascript.crockford.com/prototypal.html) posted the following code snippet […]

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Comparing Sass Mixin Libraries

Extending Sass In a previous article, appendTo’er Augusta Hammock wrote about the CSS pre-processor Sass. In this article I’m going to cover Sass mixin/function libraries, which are very helpful additions to a Sass project. Libraries like Compass and Bourbon, which are the two we’ll be covering in this article, essentially just contain a bunch of […]

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Vendor Prefix No More with Compass

We’re big proponents of the Sass pre-processor at appendTo. We’ve spent a lot of time evaluating our CSS workflow in order to write as modular code as possible, and have found that using Sass greatly aids in a project’s organization and efficiency, while allowing us to write reusable code faster and easier than we could […]

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C# Corner: Creating JavaScript Objects Part 1 – Constructor

Introduction JavaScript is filled with Objects! Although JavaScript doesn’t have the “class” keyword as you might be familiar with in C#, it is nonetheless filled with objects. Upon deeper investigation you will find that JavaScript’s native types are objects and that functions are first-class objects! This means that functions can be treated like objects. In […]