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Javascript is basically cancer!

Sep/11/2018 4 min read by Marco Monteiro

Most of us these days have loads of RAM to spare on our laptops and desktops. But do you remember a time when you had a computer just to do some web browsing and just 2GB of ram was what you needed?

These days you have just a few tabs open on your browser and you can see the ram just going up and up.

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Glide.js a simple, lightweight & fast jQuery slider

Oct/22/2013 2 min read by Marco Monteiro

Glide is responsive and touch-friendly jQuery slider. Based on CSS3 transitions with fallback to older broswers. It's simple, lightweight and fast. Designed to slide, no less, no more. A lot has been said this past few weeks about OOCSS markup, Jędrzej Chałubek (creator of Glide.js) needed simple and fast slider with fully customizable OOCSS markup. If you're into OOCSS this is the way to go.

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Sep/27/2013 1 min read by Marco Monteiro

We are developers, we have personal websites, blogs and all that. So from time to time, we want to embed in a blog post or any other type of content a bit of code. There's a lot of ways to do so. For instance on my blog I use highlight.js. It works fine I don't have a single complaint about it.

However, what if I had a bunch of files I needed to show inside a blog post or even more, imagine I want to show a hole github repository inside a blog post?

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