Release: April 2013
We've switched to using the Jeykll site generated used for github pages to better manage our events calendar.
- files starting with
_vars.lessare usually internal building blocks. Stealing underscore naming conventions from other languages/frameworks e.g. Ruby/Rails.
- CSS class naming conventions generally follow @necolas' practices. See About HTML semantics and front-end architecture and this gist
js-prefix, to cleanly separate presentation and functionality.
- For large blocks of nested code, a comment often indicates a closing tag, e.g.
type="js/template"for easy adjustments/customizations
- Website now powered by Jekyll, site generator used for github pages.
- Cleaned up branches and added tags to master branch to mark older versions.
The v2.0 Refreshmunich.com website was powered entirely via APIs. No CMS.
Changes since v1
Originally many more worked on the site and in order to launch quickly, we took liberties and ignored some best practices. It was time to go back and fix that. More specifically:
- Meetups now more prominently featured. No more searching/digging for next date, address, etc.
- Responsive - for real. We now use a purposed and designed responsive layout.
- Twitter bios on hover are now 100%, no JS.
- Greatly reduced number of HTTP requests
- Reduced number of JS plugins.
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