Makzan / I share what I learnt

JavaScript

Is jQuery dead?

When I discuss with web designers on what tech they use these days, people usually talk about Angular, React, Flux, GraphQL, Ember, Meteor… the list goes on. But I didn’t hear people talk about jQuery. When you learn those frameworks/libraries, you usually search the equivalent way on how to achieve something in that framework without […]

Read Post / January 16, 2016

Tabs in HTML is not easy

Link: How Tabs Should Work REQUIREMENTS: WHAT MAKES THE PERFECT TAB? All content is navigable and available without JavaScript (crawler-compatible and low JS-compatible). ARIA roles. The tabs are anchor links that: are clickable have block layout have their href pointing to the id of the panel element use the correct cursor (i.e. cursor: pointer). Since tabs are clickable, the user can open […]

Read Post / December 25, 2015

Move from CoffeeScript to ES6, the beginning

I’m working on a book that shows how we can integrate canvas into our daily web design and application. I converted that book into AsciiDocrecently. Now I’m making another chanegs to the code example. I start converting the source code from CoffeeScript into ES6. You can find the progress of converting my example code in my CodePen collection. By […]

Read Post / October 20, 2015

Practical CreateJS

I wrote a half-done book, Practical CreateJS, in early 2015. I’m exploring a new approach to write my book in AsciiDoc. I restart the writing process of the Practical CreateJS book and used a weekend to convert the book from Markua into AsciiDoc. I open source the book source and you can read the book online in the following URL: http://practicalcreatejs.com […]

Read Post / October 14, 2015