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The Thinking Behind Simplifying Event Handlers

Events are used to respond when a user clicks somewhere, focuses on a link with their keyboard, and changes the text in a form. When I first started learning JavaScript, I wrote complicated event listeners. More recently, I’ve learned how to reduce both the amount of code I write and the number of listeners I need. Let’s start with a simple example: a few draggable boxes. We want to show the user which colored box they dragged. R Y G Drag a box See the Pen Dragstart events by Tiger Oakes (@NotWoods) on CodePen. The intuitive way to do...

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SmashingConf 2018: Fetch Those Early-Bird Tickets!

Great conferences are all about learning new skills and making new connections. That’s why we’ve set up a couple of new adventures for SmashingConf 2018 — just practical sessions, new formats, new lightning talks, evening sessions and genuine, interesting conversations — with a dash of friendly networking! Taking place in London, San Francisco, Toronto. Tickets? Glad you asked! SmashingConf London / #perfmatters / Feb 7–8 Performance matters. Next year, we’re thrilled to venture to London for our brand new conference fully dedicated to everything front-end performance....

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We’ve Got A Lil’ Announcement To Make: Rachel Andrew Is SmashingMag’s New Editor-In-Chief

Sometimes things evolve faster than you think. Something that started as a simple WordPress blog back in September 2006, has evolved into a little Smashing universe — with books, eBooks, conferences, workshops, consultancy, job board and, most recently, 56 fancy cats (upcoming, also known as Smashing Membership). We have a wonderful team making it all happen, but every project requires attention and focus and every project desperately needs time to evolve and flourish and improve....

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