Sebastian Gebski

JavaScript (& the descendants of so-called traditional web stack) is everywhere. In browsers, on mobile, on low-energy tech (IoT) even on the server-side. Regardless of its flaws & limitations, it didn't succumb - quite the opposite - it's evolving & what's more interesting, it's forking in so many directions that it's quite hard to comprehend, if you want to remain up-to-date. I've already written

Sebastian Gebski

The number of awesome libraries for HTML5 + CSS3 + JS is overwhelming. Pretty much every day I find something absolutely awesome, that I’d like to give a try the very second I spotted it. What is more, the vast majority of those are free, so personally I see a very little justification for buying expensive widget libraries like KendoUI (http://www.kendoui.com/