Front Page and YUI 3 causes a stir
It’s really funny sometimes what gets coverage in tech news. Apparently, my blog post about how we co-developed the new Yahoo! Front Page and YUI 3 is really interesting to a number of people. I woke up this morning to find coverage of my humble offering plastered all over the Web:
- Yahoo testing new user interface framework (CNet)
- Yahoo Reinvents the Web Portal (Mashable)
- Yahoo! Updating Home Page…Again (AppScout)
- Yahoo! Home Page and YUI 3.0 (Ajaxian)
- Yahoo test new front door interface (ZDNet)
Honestly, I had no idea that this would be of interest to so many people. I’ve been planning this post for a while, in concert with Eric Miraglia, for a time that we thought was appropriate. The goal was really to explain how YUI 3 is built for the future but various people have taken it in other directions. Oh well. All of the feedback thusfar has been overwhelmingly positive to my post, so thanks to everyone for the kind words.
Disclaimer: Any viewpoints and opinions expressed in this article are those of Nicholas C. Zakas and do not, in any way, reflect those of my employer, my colleagues, Wrox Publishing, O'Reilly Publishing, or anyone else. I speak only for myself, not for them.
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