Glider.js: bring movement to the site
Do you still need a library for carousels as a web design element? Yes, says the developer of Glider.js, who was frustrated with the many problems he had with other solutions. So he built his own – that’s not the bad way to deal with frustration. Glider.js has a gzipped size of 2.3kb and no dependencies. Anyone who has been frustrated by carousel menus could risk a look.
Observing Tensors: The View into the Digital Brain
What does the following code do?
According to website 30 Seconds of Code, that should be understandable in 30 seconds or less. In this case, the text to code declares
if the underlying function
for all elements in a collection and
if it does not. The project also offers examples. Numerous code snippets are displayed in this style, which can also be obtained as a package via npm:
npm install 30-seconds-of-code
# With yarn
yarn add 30-seconds-of-code
Do you understand all snippets in 30 seconds or do you need the examples?
Order pizza by CLI
And what about the code for a pizza order by CLI, is this code easy to understand in 30 seconds? Antoni Kepinski has released such an app on GitHub – actually a kind of chatbot, but without all the complicated libraries behind it. Also, the pizza order by CLI is of course not sent to the local delivery service. Nevertheless, the application also shows that it does not always have to be so complicated. The good old CLI does it too. This project can be obtained via npm with the following command: $ npm install -global pizza-cli.