October 17, 2017

JavaScript animations, CSS systems & PHP fatal error handling – Development round-up #13

by The Evolve team in Development, Links & resources

Hello everybody, and welcome back to a belated edition of our usual round-up of development links!

An introduction to mo.js

Quoting the article directly, mo.js is a JavaScript library devoted to motion for the web. It offers a declarative syntax motion and the creation of elements for animation. Even though mo.js is still in beta, there is already a host of amazing features to play with.

Rebuilding slack.com

I litterally love this kind of insights coming from large development teams from equally large players in our industry. Another great example is Airbnb, by the way.

WordPress 4.9 Protects Users From Fatal Errors Created in the Theme and Plugin Editors

This is a great news for theme and plugin developers in general. It happened to everybody to break things from the WordPress theme and plugin editor that’s built in the platform itself: from the next version, that won’t be the case anymore, as PHP fatal errors will be catched and the changes will be rolled back. Nice!

That’s it for this post Check back later this week for more design inspiration, and see you all in seven days!

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