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Maksim is a freelance front-end and back-end Web developer who lives in Minsk, Belarus. In his spare time, he likes to learn Web standards and to contribute to open source projects that could accelerate publishing new ideas via the Internet.

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CSS-Driven Internationalization In JavaScript

Writing front-end code often requires developers to address the problem of internationalization at some level. Despite the current standard, which introduces a bunch of new tags, simply adding support for different languages in a JavaScript plugin is still complicated. As a result, for any new project, you have to build a solution from scratch or adapt various existing APIs from other plugins that you use.

CSS-Driven Internationalization In JavaScript

In this article, I’ll describe my approach with better-dom to solve the internationalization problem. Since the last article about this, “Writing a Better JavaScript Library for the DOM,” I’ve revisited the concept to solve the issues raised through feedback.

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Introducing Live Extensions For Better-DOM: What They Are And How They Work

After recently writing an article on “Writing A Better JavaScript Library For The DOM”, I realized that the topic is indeed a very complex one and that it's important to understand what exactly live extensions are and how they work.

Introducing Live Extensions For Better-DOM: What They Are And How They Work

In today's article, I will answer most questions that were asked regarding "live extensions" and help you get going with this new concept.

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Writing A Better JavaScript Library For The DOM

At present, jQuery is the de facto library for working with the document object model (DOM). It can be used with popular client-side MV* frameworks (such as Backbone), and it has a ton of plugins and a very large community.

Writing A Better JavaScript Library For The DOM

As developers’ interest in JavaScript increases by the minute, a lot of people are becoming curious about how native APIs really work and about when we can just use them instead of including an extra library. Lately, I have started to see more and more problems with jQuery, at least my use of it.

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