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Creating a styled data project with Tabletop, Handlebars, and Google Spreadsheets by Roberto Rocha Tabletop is a library built by Balance Media, which lets you access the data in a Google Spreadsheet via JavaScript. The implications of this are huge: you can essentially use Google Docs as your CMS. This means web content can be updated by simply changing or adding...

Sublime Text is a sophisticated text editor for code, markup and prose. You’ll love the slick user interface, extraordinary features and amazing performance. Sublime Text Keyboard Shortcuts Sublime Text Keyboard Shortcuts – Eric Tompkins ...

Jquery is a very helpful lightweight library built on top of JavaScript. It is very useful for front-end development as one can perform a number of actions such as event handling, DOM manipulation, add HTML elements to the document or change values of the text fields etc. Here is a list of simple yet useful jquery snippets you must know to perform some common tasks. 1)...

While HTML5 remains a relatively new standard, there are plenty of open source and paid for resources available to help you work with HTML5 using JavaScript. JavaScript is necessary for many HTML5 elements such as canvas, audio and WebGL. However, as I said, there are tools, libraries and framework resources to help you, so let’s get started looking at some of...

Math.js is an extensive math library for JavaScript and Node.js that supports numbers, big numbers, complex numbers, units, strings, arrays, and matrices. It works with JavaScript’s built-in math library, and also includes a flexible expression parser, among other features. Features – Supports numbers, big numbers, complex numbers, units, strings, arrays,...