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Friday Hug: HTML & CSS, Mobile, Elixir Articles & Tweets for Week - 26th May 2017

by Prasanna Vijayan on 26th May, 2017

Happy Friday Everyone,

We are here with the articles by @icicletech which covers Ruby on Rails, React Native, Mobile, Javascript and HTML/CSS.

DeccanRubyConf2017 happening in pune this year. If you are interested in giving a talk, you can submit your talks here https://www.papercall.io/drc17 . The last date for CFP is May 31st, 2017.

This week’s roundup covers topic such as a Unified Styling Language, 5 Pry Features Every Ruby Developer Should Know, Building an Authentication Flow with React Navigation and more.

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Published in friday-hug, design, javascript, ruby-on-rails, web-development | Tagged with android, css3, elixir, friday-hug, html5, javascript, open-source, web-development, saas

How to Integrate Your Phoenix Application with Semantic UI and Webpack

by Murtaza Basrai on 2nd March, 2017

Semantic UI is a great looking UI framework for web applications and websites. It provides a lot of ready to use components which is perfect for creating a decent looking application very quickly.

Recently I was trying to use Semantic UI framework with Phoenix project and came across the issue in integrating those two. Semantic UI comes with Gulp build tool, and Phoenix project comes bundled with Brunch build tool. For the integration, I decided to bring both to a middle ground - Webpack 2.

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Published in design, web-development, javascript | Tagged with front-end, responsive-web-design, web-development, elixir, phoenix, javascript

Friday Hug:Javascript, Mobile, React Articles & Tweets for Week - 11th November, 2016

by Priya Dharshini on 11th November, 2016

Happy Friday Everyone,

We are back with weekly news about Ruby on rails, Elixir, React Native & Javascript.

We will be catching up with some interesting articles on Delivering real-time AI in the palm of your hand, Ruby exceptions are 4400 times faster than ActiveRecord::Base#create and much more.

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Published in design, minimum-viable-product, react-native, ruby-on-rails, javascript, friday-hug | Tagged with android, events, frameworks, friday-hug, ruby-on-rails, scripting, web-development, mobile, redis, reactjs

Friday Hug: Elixir, Javascript, React Articles & Tweets for Week - 21st October, 2016

by Priya Dharshini on 21st October, 2016

Happy Friday Everyone,

We are back with weekly news about Ruby on Rails, Elixir, React Native & Javascript.

We will be catching up with some interesting articles on Android accessibility debugging with Stetho, Introducing Bootcards: Bootstrap Cards Made Easy and much more.

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Published in automation, design, devops, react-native, ruby-on-rails, web-development | Tagged with android, bootstrapping, css3, elixir, frameworks, friday-hug, html5, ruby-on-rails, tutorials, web-development

Friday Hug: Articles & Tweets for Week 27th December

by Nidhi Sarvaiya on 27th December, 2013

Well that’s end of another year.

2013 can be definitely dedicated to front end technologies.

JavaScript frameworks like Node.js, Ember.js, Backbone.js has ruled this year. Also, CSS frameworks like Bootstrap & Foundation has made designing web application much faster and elegant.

Let’s walkthrough some of the interesting posts published in this week.

Free Hugs

Published in friday-hug, design | Tagged with html5, css3, javascript, ruby, ruby-on-rails, friday-hug

Top 15 CSS Frameworks for Responsive Web Design

by Icicle on 13th April, 2013

Responsive Web Design has become a basic standard of web designing these days. From no where, there are now tens of Responsive frameworks which allow designers and developers to focus on core design of the application than basic boilerplate code for design.

Twitter Bootstrap has become the standard against which all Responsive frameworks are judged, and for a lot of good reasons. At the same time, there are excellent CSS frameworks like Zurb Foundation, LESS Framework etc. which offer features - be it components, code style, architecture, which can be more to one's taste and development preference.

Responsive Web Design

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Published in design | Tagged with responsive-web-design, frameworks, html5, twitter-bootstrap

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