In Part I of the look at the 7.0.0 release of gadget-ui, I discussed some of the new features of the library and provided some insight into the new NodeJS-based test system.
On a regular basis, I get asked by students and young professionals what kind of laptop/computer configuration I recommend for various kinds of work like graphic design, programming, and statistical analysis.
For the new year, I have decided to blog with a partial focus on answering questions.
I've been using the Web since almost the very beginning, and never have I seen more problems with the usefulness and usability of corporate web sites than I have seen recently.
[ This post is part of my ongoing instructional series on setting up some baseline IT infrastructure for the fictional startup Shoestring Lab.
Another update of the livesandbox editor is available on GitHub.
Following the release of a work in progress update to gadget-ui, I've spent some time this weekend on an update to the beta release of the livesandbox web app editor.
The latest gadget-ui library update is available on GitHub and npm.