Earlier this week, Dav Glass (@davglass) announced that YUI Compressor has been deprecated and replaced with yuglify, a combination of UglifyJS and node-cssmin (a Node.js port of cssmin, the CSS minification tool in Compressor).
Yesterday, YUI engineers Satyen Desai (@dezziness) and Eric Ferraiuolo (@ericf) talked with SmugMuggers Lee Shepherd (@bigwebguy) and Luke Smith (@ls_n) about the gritty details of using
Y.Base.create() in advanced ways with the
_buildCfg property, and came up with some possible enhancements. Video of that conversation has been posted here.
Thanks to Alberto Santini (@albertosantini) and Jeroen Versteeg (@asystance) for the calendar translation pull requests (es, es-AR, it, & nl). If you have knowledge of languages currently unsupported in Y.Calendar, we’d love to have some additional contributions. You can view a list of the current languages files here.
Simon Højberg (@shojberg) gave a live-coding presentation of YUI at Prov.JS last night. You can browse through or clone the code for an example of creating a simple application using Y.App on the client with a Node.js server. Thanks for the talk Simon!
Stockpile is a “YUI 3 combo handler built on NodeJS that supports versioning, either for individual modules or for bundles of modules.”
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