A couple years back Steve Souders gave a great talk at Fluent Conf titled Your Script Just Killed My Site (
video). During the talk Steve explained front-end SPOF and pointed towards
a nice tool for detecting it. Fast-forward a couple of years and front-end SPOF is still a concern in web development. And, when building a single-page app, SPOF is an even bigger deal as it can cause an entire web app to become unresponsive, putting users at the mercy of the browser to download and execute 3rd-party scripts prior to bootstrapping. Read on to learn how to avoid front-end SPOF using Trunk Club’s single-page app skeleton,
Brunch with Panache (BWP).
Learn how to avoid front-end SPOF using Trunk Club’s single-page app skeleton, Brunch with Panache
My team at work is currently porting an e-commerce SPA from an older framework over to
Brunch with Panache (BWP), our open source development framework for web clients. Like the old framework, BWP uses both Backbone and CoffeeScript. But to make composing applications easier BWP kicks it up a notch and adds in Chaplin, giving us Collection Views.
Sublime Text with
plenary talk from Paul Irish, I immediately began looking for ways to incorporate it into my workflow. And now, after having used it for over 8 months in my day-to-day work, I wanted to share a quick primer for those who want to amp up CoffeeScript coding with Sublime Text too.