Issue #118  (RWD, Mobile Tools, Git/CLI)


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Just like last week, tutorial on hiatus while I'm away. If you're at CSS Dev Conf next week, be sure to come say hi. I'm speaking on Tuesday morning.


Now on to this week's abbreviated list of tools!

RWD and Mobile Tools


Responsible.js
A script to give users an option between mobile and desktop view.

Paradeiser.
"The best mobile navigation on this planet. 1.3kb of pure joy. CSS Only."

o-grid
A responsive grid from the developers at the Financial Times.

Nuclide
"A unified developer experience for web and mobile development, built as a suite of packages on top of Atom to provide hackability and the support of an active community."

Picturefill
The popular responsive images polyfill is now at version 3.0.

Pinchjs
"Desktop like zooming in mobile."

BackstopJS
"Breaking CSS is easy. Checking every responsive page element is hard. That’s why there's BackstopJS."

Menu to cross icon
A bunch of different ways to implement the "X to hamburger" menu thing for mobile.

baseline-element
"JavaScript library to fix responsive images in vertical rhythm environments."

Supersonic
"The first UI framework that's designed solely for building awesome hybrid mobile apps."

grunt-respimg
"A responsive image workflow for optimizing and resizing your images."

 
70 JavaScript and DOM Tips for $5 (EPUB, MOBI, PDF)
 

Git, GitHub, and Command Line Tools


note.js
"A node.js based tool which helps you to take and share notes between your computers and even with your colleagues, right from your terminal."

GitTown
"High-level command line interface for Git."

Prout
"Looks after your pull requests, tells you when they're live."

Clink
"Powerful Bash-style command line editing for cmd.exe."

Release It!
"Interactive release tool for Git repositories."

Sibbel
"Software gets updated for a reason. Sibbell will tell you why and when. GitHub project release notifications. Straight to your inbox."

 

A Tweet for Thought

Interesting thought by Zeldman and others on the excitement of the new in web dev.

 

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