My readings in 2015 week 3

  1. Building auto-load modules using MEF (Managed Extensibility Framework). You can use MEF to load plugins at runtime in your application without restart.
  2. I am surprised that the result provided by this post about different options to do JSON serialization in .Net.  I will absolutely try this library in my next project involving JSON development.
  3. Good to know JSNLog library to do client logging; it is worth to give a try and see how good it is.
  4. Increase the protection of your web app by JavaScript Obfuscation.  Follow this post to implement it.
  5. I didn’t use Glimpse before, this is a good post to get some idea about Glimpse what it does; but I have a question: how to easily deploy your application to production without Glimpse?
  6. Advanced technique to use nth-child selector, read Abusing CSS3’S :nth-child selector to invent new ones.
  7. Read this to know what CSS color options we have.
  8. How to apply JavaScript obfuscation in ASP.Net Application
  9. I shared many CSS-animation posts last year, and definitely CSS animation is one of the hot topic in year 2015.  Read this post about animation debugging in Chrome.
  10. Nice share for Pure CSS icons.
  11. Another animation library, snabbt.js.
  12. Another post of What’s new in CSS 4.
  13. Always good to learn more tips and tricks,this time 25 Tips for Intermediate Git Users.

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