Code Cartoons personifies the various responsibilities that make up the Flux Pattern. And check out the follow-up Redux cartoon that includes an homage to The IT Crowd.
Flux is both one of the most popular and one of the least understood topics in current web development. This guide is an attempt to explain it in a way everyone can understand.
Read at Medium
MDN posted this great article on export and import features and syntax, part of the ES6 In Depth Series
Read more from the source: Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog
Schabse Laks created working logic gates with a clever use of checkbox inputs, labels, and CSS sibling selectors
Logic gates are the basis of all of computing. They take two binary inputs (0/1 or true/false), and result in a binary output whose value depends on the inputs. These gates form the building blocks upon which all computers are built.
Here are the three basic logic gates: AND (true only when both inputs are true), OR (true when either input is true), and XOR (eXclusive or, true only when exactly one input is true, but not both). Click the inputs (square boxes) to see the outputs reflect the values.
Check it out at silon.slaks.net