When authoring CSS we have to carefully think about source code order, selector specificity, and the use of !important. Let's take a look at how Cascade Layers (CSS @layer) can take away some of the pain regarding this.
How to use Auto Layout for beginners in Swift - iOS 2021
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When I look around the web, most of the shadows I see are fuzzy grey boxes. It doesn't have to be this way, though! CSS gives us the tools to create rich, lush, lifelike shadows. In this tutorial, I'll show you how.
I was always amazed by @Hexacorn’s Beyond good ol' Run key blog post series, which collects various persistence methods on Windows. It’s an awesome series, which has 133 parts at the time of this writing. I find them pretty cool, and if you are doing either offensive or defensive work on Windows, this is a must read and follow blog.
In the past years as my interest in macOS grew, and now that I’m mostly doing only macOS related research and studies I started to came across many - many tricks, which allows someone to do persistence on macOS beyond just the LaunchDaemons or LaunchAgents directories, which is used to store the launchd startup files.
Developer Decisions For Building Flexible Components — Smashing Magazine
In this article, we’ll walk through the process of taking a seemingly simple design for a text-and-media component and deciding how best to translate it into code, keeping in mind the needs of both users and content authors.
What’s New With DevTools: Cross-Browser Edition — Smashing Magazine
Learn what’s new with developer tools in Firefox, Edge, Chrome and Safari. Discover new and powerful features that will help you be more comfortable and productive when testing and debugging across browsers.