But we missed the focused simplicity of tiny modules in node-land.
We wanted something similar in style and philosophy, but that fully embraced tiny modules, npm, and browserify.
Ampersand.js is a well-defined approach to combining (get it?) a series of intentionally tiny modules.
Read the post introducing ampersand.js on our blog for more background.
If you don’t actively fight for simplicity in software, complexity will win, and it will suck.
v2.2.0 – Dec 03, 2014
v2.0.5 – Nov 26, 2014
v4.4.1 – Nov 26, 2014
Rainbowed console logs for chrome, opera and firefox in development.
Bind models properties to properly prefixed CSS transforms in backbone/humanjs views.
cross-browser getUserMedia shim with node.js style error-first API.