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Designs

Context: frontend-dev-bookmarks / Architecture

Ready to use and well documented structures and frameworks for frontend development.

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  • Atomic Design: Atomic Design discusses the importance of crafting robust design systems, and introduces a methodology for which to create smart, deliberate interface systems.
  • Authoring jQuery Plugins: jQuery is an utility library and a plugin framework. This section collects resources about creating such plugins.
  • Block Element Modifier (BEM): Methodology aimed at achieving fast to develop long-lived projects, team scalability, and code reuse.
  • Cycle.js: A functional and reactive JavaScript framework that solves the cyclic dependency of Observables which emerge during dialogues (mutual observations) between the Human and the Computer.
    • Async Driver: Higher order factory for creating cycle.js async request based drivers. Allows you almost completely eliminate boilerplate code for this kind of drivers.
    • Cycle.js Was Built to Solve Problems: In this video André Staltz shows how Cycle.js has a practical purpose, meant to solve problems your customers/business may relate to.
    • Cycle.js and Functional Reactive User Interfaces: In this talk we will discover how Cycle.js is purely reactive and functional, and why it's an interesting alternative to React.
    • Draw Cycle: Simple Cycle.js program visualized
    • Drivers: Drivers are functions that listen to Observable sinks (their input), perform imperative side effects, and may return Observable sources (their output).
      • Animation: A Cycle driver for requestAnimationFrame.
      • Audio Graph Driver: Audio graph driver for Cycle.js based on virtual-audio-graph.
      • Cookie: Cycle.js Cookie Driver, based on cookie_js library.
      • DOM: The standard DOM Driver for Cycle.js based on virtual-dom, and other helpers.
      • Fetch: A Cycle.js Driver for making HTTP requests, using the Fetch API.
      • Fetcher: A Cycle.js Driver for making HTTP requests using stackable-fetcher.
      • Firebase: Thin layer around the firebase javascript API that allows you to query and declaratively update your favorite real-time database.
      • HTTP: A Cycle.js Driver for making HTTP requests, based on superagent.
      • Hammer.js: The driver incorporates the Hammer.js gesture library.
      • History: Cycle.js URL Driver based on the rackt/history library.
      • Keys: A Cycle.js driver for keyboard events.
      • Mongoose.js: A driver for using Mongoose with Cycle JS. Accepts both, write and read operations.
      • Notification: A Cycle.js Driver for showing and responding to HTML5 Notifications.
      • Router: A router built from the ground up with Cycle.js in mind. Stands on the shoulders of battle-tested libraries switch-path for route matching and rackt/history for dealing with the History API.
      • Router5: A source/sink router driver for Cycle.js, based on router5.
      • Server-Sent Events: Cycle.js driver for Server-Sent Events (SSE), a browser feature also known as EventSource. Server-Sent Events allow the server to continuously update the page with new events, without resorting to hacks like long-polling.
      • Snabbdom: Alternative DOM driver utilizing the snabbdom library.
      • Socket.IO: A Cycle driver for applications using Socket.IO
      • Storage: A Cycle.js Driver for using localStorage and sessionStorage in the browser.
    • Example Projects: Example applications built with Cycle.js
      • Cycle.js Examples: Browse and learn from examples of small Cycle.js apps using Core, DOM Driver, HTML Driver, HTTP Driver, JSONP Driver, and others.
      • RX Marbles: Interactive diagrams of Rx Observables.
      • TODO: Minimum Viable Pizza: Minimum Viable Pizza implemented with Cycle.js
      • Tricycle: A scratchpad for trying out Cycle.js.
    • Intro to Functional Reactive Programming with Cycle.js: Nick Johnstone gives an introduction to developing with Cycle.js in this video presentation.
    • Learning How to Ride: an Introduction to Cycle.js: In this talk, Fernando Macias Pereznieto introduces us to the good, the bad, and the beautiful of using Cycle.js, whether you are a complete beginner or an experienced JS ninja.
    • Motorcycle.js: This is a sister project that will continue to evolve and grow alongside Cycle.js for the foreseeable future. The primary focus of this project is to tune it for performance as much as possible.
      • Most: Monadic reactive streams with high performance.
    • Plug and Play All Your Observable Streams With Cycle.js: Frederik Krautwald explains the principles behind Cycle.js, it's inner workings and how to use it to create a simple program with drivers.
    • Tricycle: A scratchpad for trying out Cycle.js.
    • What Developers Need to Know about MVI (Model-View-Intent): The article explains the general MVI pattern and how it relates to React, Reactive Programming and Cycle.js
  • Polymer Project: The Polymer library is designed to make it easier and faster for developers to create great, reusable components for the modern web.
  • SMACSS: SMACSS (pronounced “smacks”) is a way to examine your design process and as a way to fit those rigid frameworks into a flexible thought process. It is an attempt to document a consistent approach to site development when using CSS.
  • T3: T3 is a minimalist JavaScript framework sponsored by Box Inc. that provides core structure to code.
  • The Elm Architecture: The Elm Architecture is a simple pattern for infinitely nestable components. It is great for modularity, code reuse, and testing.
  • TodoMVC: A project which offers the same Todo application implemented using MV* concepts in most of the popular JavaScript MV* frameworks of today.

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