Dealing with the daily frontend trouble with Martin Muzatko
12 posts with the tag #riotfound
In this first lesson you get to know how to enable Riot and write your first App.
Mastering Events is comparable to learning how a Spacerocket works inside out. Riot decided to rebel against this profession of event-wizardry and made it easy for everyone.
Conditionals are very easy to implement. With the power of inline conditions, you can quickly filter your data.
Previous lesson, we turned a bunch of data, some events and a simple HTML layout into a working app. Now we are going to take that a step further and make it reusable.
Options can be used for a lot more. We can accomplish a variety of usecases with just a few options. Keep a close eye, as we proceed at a faster pace.
We are going to implement a filtering feature and later we will turn that into a reusable mixin.
We are finally going to obtain the data in the picker and we upgrade our component with an Event-API. Many more awesome things happen when we combine our tag with other components.
We are going to see how together with Riot, we can do awesome animations without bending our minds around the DOM.
A few months ago, I decided that I have to be more active in the community of web developers. Since then, I wanted to give talks about my favorite tools.
It has been roughly a year since I created the riot cheatsheet. With the knowledge acquired by now, it is time to start from scratch.