Fresh Resources for Web Developers December 2015

Internet is rapidly evolving; the business and consumer needs and online behaviors are changing at a great speed at all times. This is why it is important to create new web development technologies so that the web developers could keep up with the growing demands in the world of the internet. Web development too has progressed pretty rapidly. However, this year the progress has been far more dramatic. CSS3 has now been pretty well accepted by the web developers. Polyfill dependency has nearly ended as the browsers available now support the latest standards of web quite exceptionally. Two open sources were released by Google for the Web and Microsoft did not stay too far behind in the race with the introduction of Edge. Google’s releases are called Polymer 2.0 and Material Design Lite.


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With ever growing needs for new web tools and technologies, developers are looking around for something that can help them increase the efficiency and make their jobs easier. Here is a list of some of the handy tools for the web developers. This list includes two libraries for JavaScript and some tools that work quite effectively and efficiently with JQuery. Here is a quick look into different web tools available.

jQuery Tips You Should Know










Breaking CSS is easy. Checking every responsive page element is hard. That’s why there’s BackstopJS.



Summernote is a JavaScript library that helps you create WYSIWYG editors online.

jQuery Config


Sweet (Slack) Themes


A place to share custom Slack themes.

Github Corner


With the rollout of GitHub Pages, why not show the world that you collaborate on GitHub? I’ve prepared these ribbons that you can overlay on your site by copying and pasting the appropriate snippet into your site’s HTML. Make sure to change the URL in the link to contain your username instead of “you”.



A clean and simple notification plugin (alert/growl style) for javascript, with no dependencies.

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