On November 5th, 2016, I attended to a super cool event full of brilliant people in Toronto: “#a11yTO - Accessibility Toronto Camp”. Was super enlightening and at the same time great for validating some ideas and practices I’ve been acquiring/doing through my time working with accessibility. I figured that dumping the notes I got there would be a good thing for further reference, so here it is.
As a way to document some cool things I’ve been reading on the latests books that caught my attention, I’ll start writing here some of the highlights I did on the books and maybe some afterthought on those as well. Today, we talk about accessibility (a11y).
Here’s a mind blowing piece of information:
const comes from “constant”. You’re welcome. Now let’s dive into more details on how to use it and it’s behaviours so that you don’t get fooled by thinking it should be used only to things that are immutable.
This is the first of a series of short posts on ES2015 (aka ES6). Starting from the basics, we’ll explore in a practical and objective manner how to use
Last week, on September 24th, I launched my first open-source project and also my first jQuery plugin: prettyCheckable. In a nutshell, it replaces your radios and checkboxes for better looking ones with ease.
Quick intro on how to setup your Ruby environment and start rolling out some red goodness.
Hello, World! This is my first post and I hope this time I force myself to write more often than the previous 891375 tries in other blogs I’ve created.