Web Development Resources

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* [http://caniuse.com/ Can I use...] - Worldwide browser support percentages for new technologies
 
* [http://caniuse.com/ Can I use...] - Worldwide browser support percentages for new technologies
 
* [http://css3please.com/ CSS3 Please] - Easy vendor prefixing page for popular CSS3 features
 
* [http://css3please.com/ CSS3 Please] - Easy vendor prefixing page for popular CSS3 features
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* [http://css-tricks.com/ CSS-Tricks] - Compendium of examples and code snippets
 
* [http://html5please.com/ HTML5 Please] - Whether to use the latest in HTML5
 
* [http://html5please.com/ HTML5 Please] - Whether to use the latest in HTML5
 
* [http://modernizr.com/ Modernizr] - JS feature-detection library
 
* [http://modernizr.com/ Modernizr] - JS feature-detection library

Revision as of 21:13, 24 October 2013

Contents

HTML

CSS

JavaScript libraries

  • AngularJS - Directive-based MVC framework
  • Backbone.js - Barebones MVC framework
  • Ember.js - Handlebars-based MVC framework
  • jQuery - Downloads and documentation for the most popular web framework

Browser support

  • Autoprefixer - Preprocesses stylesheets and adds vendor prefixes
  • Can I use... - Worldwide browser support percentages for new technologies
  • CSS3 Please - Easy vendor prefixing page for popular CSS3 features
  • CSS-Tricks - Compendium of examples and code snippets
  • HTML5 Please - Whether to use the latest in HTML5
  • Modernizr - JS feature-detection library

Web applications

  • Django - Python-based web app framework
  • Grunt - JavaScript-based preprocessor
  • Middleman - Ruby-based front-end workflow app
  • Ruby on Rails - Wildly popular Ruby-based web app framework
  • Yeoman - JavaScript-based front-end workflow app

General

Documentation

Online schools

Personal tools