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AMP Project Pages on Ruby on Rails - Andy Croll

Posted By tutorialStash on Ruby - Google’s AMP Project is set to become a thing.

The Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project is an open source initiative that embodies the vision that publishers can create mobile optimized content once and have it load instantly everywhere.

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Posted By tutorialStash on Javascript - jQuery was released in 2006, and within several years it became the most popular JavaScript library in use on the web (used by 70% of the top 100,000 sites online). At the time, there were many libraries similar to jQuery competing for this developer mindshare (Prototype, MooTools, Dojo, etc.). But jQuery emerged as the clear winner of the JavaScript library wars. So what gave jQuery that edge? This post describes several reasons, summing it up with this:

The Beauty Of React Native: Building Your First iOS App With JavaScript (Part 1) – Smashing Magazine

Posted By tutorialStash on Javascript - The idea of building mobile apps with JavaScript is not new. We’ve seen frameworks like Ionic and PhoneGap take on the challenge, and to some extent succeed in gaining a fair amount of developer and community support. These frameworks and the whole idea of building mobile apps with JavaScript never appealed to me, though. I always thought, why not just learn Swift/Objective-C or Java and build real apps? That definitely requires a significant amount of learning, but isn’t that what we developers do and should be good at? Quickly learn new languages and frameworks? What’s the point, then? F

five more active record features you should be using

Posted By tutorialStash on Ruby - In a previous post, I illustrated a few helpful ActiveRecord features. The entire API of ActiveRecord cannot possibly be contained within a single or even a handful of digestible posts; but, here are at least five more pieces of that massive API that some might find useful.