Archive 2016/11
  • JavaScript
  • Tooling
  • How to test code before pushing to the repository

    tl;dr it is good to test the code before pushing to the repo, you can setup automatic testing with GIT Hooks, but it is complicated, there is a really easy way for testing before committing changes, it is called pre-commit, As a professional developer you need to make sure your code is working, tested and it has […]

  • Links
  • YouTube channels for frontend developers

    I’ve just found very useful list of front-end development video resources. List has been prepared by andrew–r and it’s avialable on his GitHub account as channels repository. English language Google Developers — tools, events recordings; funfunfunction — JavaScript, ES6, functional programming, programming practices; LevelUpTuts — HTML, Stylus, CSS, Sass; DevTips — Foundation, CSS, RWD; LearnCode.academy […]

  • JavaScript
  • How to enable JavaScript Standard Style linter

    A long time ago we’ve been using JS Lint, after few months, we’ve been using JS Hint and about one year ago we’ve switched to ES Lint. Using ES Lint was very fun and easy, but when we’ve finally found “trendy” linter we had to start looking for good configuration for it. That’s why JavaScript Standard […]

  • Tooling
  • Creating AMP boilerplate with SASS, Gulp and BrowserSync

    Why you need another AMP Boilerplate? Because you can find some problems when creating an AMP Project: You have to write vanilla CSS No support for preprocessors No support for linking CSS from external files there is no official SASS boilerplate for AMP. Step 1: initialize npm The project will be based on npm so […]