Smarten your front-end workflow with @conditionizr, screencast on all the APIs blog post

Smarten your front-end workflow with @conditionizr, screencast on all the APIs

Todd Motto

26 Nov, 2013

1 minute read

Who’s using Conditionizr? So far we’ve found some teams at Google, Sencha, NASA are some great names using it.

Conditionizr (.NET Magazine’s Open Source Project of the Year finalist), is a standalone JavaScript tool that detects front-end environments and returns an Object with boolean values on given test states. You can use Conditionizr with various public APIs to make your cross platform/device/browser development much easier and manageable. These APIs include adding your own tests, dynamic polyfills (eradicating conditional comments), callbacks for specific environment tests.

Here’s a screencast on the latest release and how seamlessly you can integrate it into your workflow.

About the author

Todd Motto

GDE Google Developer Expert

Todd is the Founder of Ultimate Courses. With a passion for Angular, TypeScript and JavaScript, Todd leads the online courses creation and has written hundreds of articles on front-end web development and beyond. He specialises in breaking down complex topics and understands the critical mission of learning new technology fast, comprehensively and the right way.

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