Author: Manuel Lemos
Updated on: 2017-01-31
Posted on: 2017-01-31
This article contains a transcript and a 4 minute video summary of the podcast.
Podcast Summary (01:36)
An Introduction to mo.js for Easy Web Motion (5:16)
Frameworks without the framework: why didn't we think of this sooner? (12:05)
Emoji.prototype.length — a tale of characters in Unicode (26:08)
LoadJS is a tiny async loader for modern browsers (30:31)
Realtime image scaling (33:55)
Download Size: 53MB Listeners: 4045
Introduction music: Riviera by Ernani Joppert, São Paulo, Brazil
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Note that the timestamps below in the transcript may not match the same positions in the video because they were based on the audio timestamps and the audio was compacted to truncate silence periods.
4 Minute Summary Video
OK first let's start with a brief summary of the topic of this podcast hangout.
First we have here an article about a library mo.js it says it is a library for motion for the web as you may see already it has some parts of the page that are being animated. This is achieved with SVG graphics and there are some examples in the article that shows how it works with some examples of code.
Next we talk about "Framework without the framework: why didn't we think of this sooner". It's basically an article about somehow generating code to use at runtime that is simpler then the whole framework with all the features that it can use so it will be a smaller set of the code, just what you need for your application.
The next topic is about a library, this one is a simple one, is a library that can work for modern browsers and provides asynchronous loading of scripts in a way that works well with the current browsers that are being actively being supported and finally we have a topic on performing smooth images zooming in a way that takes advantage of the features like this CSS zoom property and and use that to implement animations.
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