Publish a Deno module in 3 quick steps

How to write and publish your Deno modules

Deno doesn't rely on a centralized server like npm. Anyone can publish a module to their server. Learn to create, publish, and use a Deno module.

Deno 1.0 launches: a secure runtime for JavaScript

Deno 1.0 released

Deno is a new runtime (like Node.js) that aims to provide a productive and secure scripting environment for JavaScript and TypeScript. It has been created by Ryal Dahl, the original creator of Node.js, to be a secure environment for the modern JavaScript/TypeScript developer, incorporating the recent advances in JavaScript of the last years. It's funny… Continue reading Deno 1.0 launches: a secure runtime for JavaScript

Fix iframe overflow on iPad (and other touch devices)

First, we need to check if this is a touch device, regardless if it's an iPhone, iPad, Droid or Galaxy. One thing they have in common, is the TouchEvent event. So we'll write a small function to test if it exists in this device. /** * Test if touch event exists * @returns {Boolean} True… Continue reading Fix iframe overflow on iPad (and other touch devices)

Preserving radio button checked state during drag and drop with jQuery

Have you ever stumbled upon the issue of radio buttons losing their "checked" state while dragging and dropping a div containing them using the Sortable module of jQuery UI? It is not a pleasant experience and is a known issue even in jQuery 1.7.x bundled in WordPress 3.3 - 3.4. Read on to learn how… Continue reading Preserving radio button checked state during drag and drop with jQuery