I’m a big fan of CSS preprocessors. In one of my project, which was using LESS, my architect had created a simple yet useful piece (see below), which had margin, padding and width collection. This one was a great time saver for developers. However, you could do it in a much better way using, for loops for LESS.
If you are planning to have a simple stubbed service layer in your project, and want to set it up in a jiffy, without worrying about umpteen configurations, I’ve one for you.
Duet display turns your iPad into an extra display for your Mac or PC. This one is turning to be a great developer productivity tool for me.
This one is a handy tip. If you have code like JSON/CSS/JS/Python/Java etc to represent in markdown (especially in github). You can use this notation to make it presentable.
` ` ` codename
code block goes here
` ` `
I recently did a small project on Jive API, which extracts discussions marked as questions from a Jive place and downloads to user’s machine as an excel file. This has been particularly useful for people, who track questions they have posted and can filter the results on excel.
There could be scenarios like having an iFrame from sister application, which is hosted on a different domain within a host application. If data needs to be passed between these applications and server side way is ruled out, then here’s a safe way to do so entirely on client side.