Introducing Flight: a web application framework
Last year we rolled out a major reimplementation of the Twitter website. In addition to shifting the rendering of our page content to the server (which achieved significant performance gains), we re-envisioned the entire client-side infrastructure with a clean, robust and easy-to-learn framework which we call Flight. Today we’re making Flight available to the open source community under the liberal MIT license as a framework for structuring web applications.
via Twitter Engineering: Introducing Flight: a web application framework.
A book for jQuery developers who have surpassed the introductory concepts
via jQuery Enlightenment | by Cody Lindley | 1st Edition | based on jQuery 1.3.2.
Just read this book cover to cover over the weekend. Excellent guidance although not fully current with jQuery 1.7+. Really like the use of code snippets in jsbin.com as well.
cdnjs – the missing cdn
Keep it simple and get out of the way.Preview
Check out my new reference site USA Docs. It has copies of the USA founding documents for reference and was built using Twitter Bootstrap 2.1 and responsive design. Runs in online or offline mode on all platforms including: iPhone, Android, iPad, and modern browsers.