So we’re past ‘Daj sie poznac 2016’ finals and I feel a lot more pumped for further activities than I thought I would be. Competition was great but the finals were even greater. The amount of positive energy and interesting, really diverse topics that were presented made me really happy that I could be part of it. Kudos to the winner of competition, Piotr Gankiewicz and his Warden. Amazing project.
As for my current developer activity in web,
Graphinder will currently be on hold, yet I’ve decided to try some new stuff and write my very first
More of me in web
I feel quite guilty that I did not do my best to promote
Graphinder and my blog per se in recent competition, therefore you’ll see me more and more in web. I’ve decided to share more and ‘attend’ more. As for a nearby future, you’ll hear me in upcoming episode of DevReview hosted by Dariusz Pawlukiewicz @ Forever F[r]ame. I hope you’ll like it!
New project: Selectibles.js
When working with plain ASP.NET MVC I’ve found it to be pain in the ass to use libraries like Select2 and Selectize.
They were often incompatible with jQuery (which I’m not a biggest fan tbh) versions I’ve used and I needed to juggle with them around just to make things (at least) work. What’s more I felt that even when they had many options, doing stuff my way was quite… dodgy.
Therefore, here it comes. My attempt for selectable controls for web.
I’m going to start with basic functionalities that will mimic Select2 from it greater days (ie. when I had 0 problems working with it).
Then, I’ll probably move on to some other controls that would be cool to have but optional to bundle (!).
I would also like to make sure the library does not need jQuery at all. It’s about time for web to move on I guess.
If you want to follow up with the project, it will build up on GitHub: