Resource Roundup 6

Every week, we’ll share 5 of the most valuable, newbie-friendly posts and resources. If you come across something valuable that you think should be included be sure to let us know and I may include that in a future week’s post! You can post your resource ideas on our thread here. - Atom is an amazing open source editor built by Github with Javascript, therefore it works across all platforms. If you have ever used Sublime Text, this should be familiar to you. It's simple and customizable, check it out! - I've had my eye on this framework/engine for a while now and I've been really impressed so far. They just announced public beta for the "Framework" portion. They also have an "Engine" which is great for little demos and pieces (think embedded flash content). I am really looking forward to seeing the amazing apps people will build with this.

7 Habits of highly effective Media Queries - At the simplest level, responsive design is just adding a few media query tags here and there. But where? How? This is an opinionated "best practices" post. Whether you agree or not with everything here, there are some good ideas to think about.

Duet - Ever wanted a way to use your iPad as an extended/touch screen monitor? Well now you can! Duet is built by ex-Apple engineers and looks amazing.

Learn ES2015 Now! - Now that ES2015 is official, there is no excuse for not at least familiarizing yourself with it. This resource is very simple, and good for a quick read and experimentation with an inline code editor.

That’s it for this week! Hopefully you’ve found something helpful, and again if you have a resource you’d like to see in next week’s roundup, be sure to post it here.