What’s a good blog without a year-end report on our top tweets for the year? I think this kind of thing is a good way to see what was trending as the year goes by.

Based on my Twitter reporting, I can safely conclude that:

  • JavaScript is an extremely popular subject to tweet about
  • People don’t mind a bit of humor in the mix

So without further adieu:

  1. It’s not too often you can get a complete and well-written JavaScript patterns book for free.
    July 11th, 2014
  2. And here I thought #jQuery was all done with the 1.x branch…
    December 24th, 2014
  3. HTML5 Tip: The cite element represents a reference to a creative work. It must include the title, author or URL.
    December 24th, 2014
  4. Love this quote: “The best way to get the right answer on the Internet is not to ask a question, it’s to post the wrong answer.”
    September 4th, 2014
  5. This developer doesn’t give themselves enough credit. It’s one of the better jQuery Select Box plugins.
    July 20th, 2014
  6. My struggles using ColdFusion to integrate with PayPal’s PayFlow REST API. Final code provided.
    July 11th, 2014
  7. JavaScript Tip: ECMAScript 6 introduces constant declarations with the “const” keyword.
    December 25th, 2014
  8. Just used the jQuery Viewport Selectors plugin – such a small footprint too (1k).
    September 6th, 2014
  9. I found a great way to apply flat design to all sites on the web — use IE 7!
    July 30th, 2014
  10. To all online services: If I need your JS on my site, minifiy it for me & don’t ask to put in <head> if it works fine at the end!
    August 4th, 2014

And that’s a wrap, looking forward to tweeting throughout 2015!

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