In this final, third part of my three-part introductory series on Scala.js I’ll demonstrate a technique that can help you build single-page web applications with Scala.js. That is, the body of your HTML page will look like this:
curl scripts to simulate GET, POST, DELETE, and PUT request (method) calls to my Play Framework REST/RESTful web services.
I haven’t done any HTML5-specific web programming in a while, so although I know many of the HTML5 tags, I don’t know them all. Here’s a link to the HTML Element Reference page on w3schools.com.
Bower calls itself a “package manager for the web.”
I want to look at converting a recent Sencha ExtJS application into a desktop application, and it looks like TideSDK is just what I need.
A nice graphic on the use of open source tools on the internet.
A friend posted this on Facebook. Sorry, I don’t know the original source, but it’s good.
I want to give credit where it’s due, and in the case of the great new icons I’m using on this website, they come from a website named IconMonstr.com. I really like the clean, minimalist style.
Some times to understand good design, you have to see examples of what not to do. I have no idea what ESPN is thinking with this dark background and small font when their content is displayed on an iPad.