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Technique for getting viewport size

It's not as simple as you might think:

What size is my viewport? – Tyson Matanich
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Old 17-03-2013, 21:04   #42 (permalink)
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so we remember where this is: Best practice Ajax page transition
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saw this a while ago but lost the url! His collection grew quite a bit as well. Nice one Limbo
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I guess this belongs here: Code School - Try jQuery

Just finished this, and while it's all pretty basic it did teach me that some of how I was doing things could be done better. Excellent production value on the videos too.
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jQuery plugin boilerplate and guide

jQuery Boilerplate

for those who want to write their own jquery plugins.
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Transit is good but I think you're better off using GreenSock and sticking HW accel on.
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Transit is good but I think you're better off using GreenSock and sticking HW accel on.

On first glance, greensock looks much heavier/ambitious than transit.
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Old 25-04-2014, 16:38   #50 (permalink)
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Yeah maybe. It worked better for me than transit though.
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After seeing the things Buzz creates I'll personally take his advice on which library to use.
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My point is that those libs are (or seem) to have different purposes. My first impression is that Greensock would be better for more ambitious animations, transit for less ambitious, but lighter things.

Just went to the greensock.com on a Nexus 4, and it works, but it's struggling slightly.
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Just went to the greensock.com on a Nexus 4, and it works, but it's struggling slightly.

It works perfectly and at full speed with hw accel forced on. Tried it on my nexus 4 and ipad.
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Transit is good but I think you're better off using GreenSock and sticking HW accel on.

Yeah. It's a footprint thing for me. Do I want Greensock and jQuery? Or does transit do the job?

In both cases I think I'll need to do some testing. The Greensock jQuery module seems very good.
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Transit is good if you're already using jquery, it's got nowhere near as many features as greensock though
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Found this while looking for a server-side solution to "multiply" transparency. Tried it. it's fast but as you'd imagine, Older versions of IE don't likey.

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just wrote a simple (but useful) jquery accordion plugin
https://github.com/deanzod/accordify
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Nice. Small tip, personally I won't bother with stuff like this unless it has a demo page. I'm sure I am missing out on lots of good things doing that, but I haven't the time to randomly download and try things just to see them in action.
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