The only script in your HEAD.
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README.md

Head JS

Latest Version: v1.0.3 :: Downloads | Docs | News | Intro

Status

Build Status

Tested with (..amongst others)

Selenium Status

Responsive Design, Feature Detections, and Resource Loading

  • Speed up your apps: Load JS & CSS asyncronously and in parallel, but execute them in order
  • Load one asset if a condition is met, else fallback and load a different one
  • Manage script dependencies, and execute callbacks once they are loaded
  • Cross-browser compatible « pseudo media-queries » let you code against different resolutions & devices
  • Fix quirks in specific browsers by quickly applying dedicated CSS/JS logic
  • Detect various browsers & their versions
  • Check if the client supports a certain Browser, HTML5, or CSS3 feature
  • Automatically generates JS and CSS classes for browsers & features that where detected
  • Automatically generates CSS classes, to know what page or section a user is viewing
  • Know if the user is in landscape or portrait mode
  • Or whether the client is using a mobile or desktop device
  • Get old browsers to support HTML5 elements like nav, sidebar, header, footer, ...
  • ...
  • Make it, The only script in your <HEAD>
    • A concise solution to universal problems

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