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Auteur : Stephan Celestin

GWT (Google Web Toolkit)

GWT (Google Web Toolkit)

This framework has been around long enough but it is not still mentioned as one of the most used frameworks. It does bring some useful features nevertheless. Some developers have been using it for specific actions such UI components because it can be executed in the browser. Let me introduce you to this framework as succinct as possible.  What is GWT? Google Web Toolkit (GWT) is a framework obviously created by Google to create rich internet applications in Java. It…

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Velocity.js

Velocity.js

If we go by the definition of technological watch, writing about velocity would not be the first subject that would come to mind. As matter of fact, it has been around for a while but little do we know about this library. Therefore, allow me to reintroduce you to Velocity.js. So, what is Velocity.js? Velocity is a free, lightweight library that lets us easily add animations to our sites, ranging from the simplest of animations to the most complex. Velocity…

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CSS PSEUDO CLASSES: :has(), :is() and :where()

CSS PSEUDO CLASSES: :has(), :is() and :where()

What’s a pseudo-class? As a reminder, a CSS pseudo-class is a keyword added to a selector that specifies a special state of the selected element(s). What is :has() ? It is a part of CSS selector 4 called relational pseudo-class. It represents elements whose relative scope selector matches when evaluated absolute Matching <a> elements that directly contain an <img> The following selector matches only <a> elements that directly contain an <img> child: a:has(> img) Matching <h1> elements that are followed by…

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