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HTML with Superpowers
HTML with Superpowers
My most recent talk about Web Components
·daverupert.com·
HTML with Superpowers
Building The SSG I’ve Always Wanted: An 11ty, Vite And JAM Sandwich
Building The SSG I’ve Always Wanted: An 11ty, Vite And JAM Sandwich
Back in January 2020, Ben Holmes set out to do what just about every web developer does each year: rebuild his personal site. In this article, he shares his story of how he set out to build his own build pipeline from absolute ground zero and created “Slinkity”.
·smashingmagazine.com·
Building The SSG I’ve Always Wanted: An 11ty, Vite And JAM Sandwich
An Interview With Elad Shechter on “The New CSS Reset”
An Interview With Elad Shechter on “The New CSS Reset”
Hey folks! Elad reached out to me to show me his new CSS reset project called the-new-css-reset. It’s quite interesting! I thought a neat way to share it
·css-tricks.com·
An Interview With Elad Shechter on “The New CSS Reset”
The New CSS Reset
The New CSS Reset
The New Simple and Lighter CSS Reset
·elad2412.github.io·
The New CSS Reset
@supports selector()
@supports selector()
I didn't realize the support for @supports determining selector support was so good! I usually think of @supports as a way to test for property: value
·css-tricks.com·
@supports selector()
The Myth of Self-Documenting Code
The Myth of Self-Documenting Code
One of the weirdest things about software engineering is how many people hate comments. Like actually hate. There are influential people out there who say...
·buttondown.email·
The Myth of Self-Documenting Code
Web Vitals
Web Vitals
Essential metrics for a healthy site
·web.dev·
Web Vitals
Build your own React
Build your own React
We are going to rewrite React from scratch. Step by step. Following the architecture from the real React code but without all the…
·pomb.us·
Build your own React
Making the whole web better, one canvas at a time.
Making the whole web better, one canvas at a time.
One can have an entire career on the web and never write a single canvas.getContext('2d'), so "Why should I care about this new OffscreenCanvas thing?" is a decent question for man
·bkardell.com·
Making the whole web better, one canvas at a time.
Jamstack Developers’ Favorite Frameworks of 2021
Jamstack Developers’ Favorite Frameworks of 2021
Which new framework should I learn this year? Is it time to ditch my CMS? What tools should I pick up if I want to scale my site to an audience of
·css-tricks.com·
Jamstack Developers’ Favorite Frameworks of 2021
The most up-to-date book to learn Ember Octane
The most up-to-date book to learn Ember Octane
Build ambitious apps with confidence. Rock and Roll with Ember Octane guides you through the building of an application and teaches you the fundamentals of Ember Octane in the process.
·balinterdi.com·
The most up-to-date book to learn Ember Octane
Cash (Tiny jQuery Alternative)
Cash (Tiny jQuery Alternative)
The README for Cash is straightforward: Cash is an absurdly small jQuery alternative for modern browsers (IE11+) that provides jQuery-style syntax for
·css-tricks.com·
Cash (Tiny jQuery Alternative)
I keep making things out of checkboxes
I keep making things out of checkboxes
Something happened earlier this year where I got on a run making checkbox animations and just couldn’t stop.
·bryanbraun.com·
I keep making things out of checkboxes
Home - Fluent UI
Home - Fluent UI
The official front-end framework for building experiences that fit seamlessly into Microsoft 365.
·developer.microsoft.com·
Home - Fluent UI
select your poison - 24 Accessibility
select your poison - 24 Accessibility
If the web accessibility community were to somehow collectively agree on a single rallying cry, it could easily be “use native, semantic HTML elements.” This, like most things in accessibility, is an oversimplification, but it is a helpful one. As 2019 draws to a close, many of the popular component libraries (see: Material UI and …
·24a11y.com·
select your poison - 24 Accessibility
The Case for 'Developer Experience' - Future
The Case for 'Developer Experience' - Future
There’s been a lot of buzz around the “no code” movement and shifts like SaaS and APIs. But with developers spending less than a third of their time actually writing code, the developer experience now includes all the other stuff, maintenance, operations, testing, incidents, more. So how exactly are developers supposed to coordinate all these systems? By focusing on developer experience (and tools) that actually embraces the messy complexities of their tech stacks: rainforests, not planned gardens.
·future.a16z.com·
The Case for 'Developer Experience' - Future
Safe DOM manipulation with the Sanitizer API
Safe DOM manipulation with the Sanitizer API
The new Sanitizer API aims to build a robust processor for arbitrary strings to be safely inserted into a page. This article introduces the API, and explains its usage.
·web.dev·
Safe DOM manipulation with the Sanitizer API