The design is derived from Bootstrap, but there are a lot of custom widgets and CSS transitions which keep it feeling original. Also, Jasmine tests have been included, which is interesting because it seems like a slightly awkward thing to test.
If you’re looking for fully-fleshed out Backbone/RequireJS applications to learn from then give it a look.
I occasionally receive messages about major updates to libraries and products that I don’t always write about, but I thought it would be nice to start publishing those as well. If you read about BromBone – a service that provided access to headless browsers – then you might be interested to hear that BromBone is now a service for bringing better SEO to single page apps. It works by adding redirects to
yoursite.brombone.com based on the crawler’s user agent. The documentation has a simple
.htaccess file which will work for Apache.
Also of note is Vincent Voyer’s lazyload script has been updated to 2.0:
- Support added for retina/hd images
- Lazyload iframes
- Lazyload widgets
- Mocha tests
- Available through bower under
Feel free to contact us about your module/script/app’s major updates and I shall endeavour to find space to write about it.