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Joy Web Framework
Joy Web Framework
The full stack janet web framework
·joy.swlkr.com·
Joy Web Framework
The Janet Programming Language
The Janet Programming Language
Janet is a functional and imperative programming language. It runs on Windows, Linux, macOS, FreeBSD and *nix.
·janet-lang.org·
The Janet Programming Language
News from WWDC22: WebKit Features in Safari 16 Beta
News from WWDC22: WebKit Features in Safari 16 Beta
WebKit has had a big year, with over 162 new features and improvements shipping in WebKit browsers — including Safari 15.2, Safari 15.4, and Safari 15.5.
·webkit.org·
News from WWDC22: WebKit Features in Safari 16 Beta
glide-data-grid
glide-data-grid
Glide Data Grid is a no compromise, outrageously fast data grid for your React project, with rich rendering and TypeScript support.
·grid.glideapps.com·
glide-data-grid
Grid.js - Advanced JavaScript table plugin
Grid.js - Advanced JavaScript table plugin
Grid.js is a lightweight JavaScript table plugin that works on all web browsers and devices. Grid.js is open-source and it helps you create advanced tables in seconds!
·gridjs.io·
Grid.js - Advanced JavaScript table plugin
State of Angular - YouTube
State of Angular - YouTube
Learn about the latest from Angular, including updates on standalone components, an API simplification strategy for the web. Discover everything from communi...
·m.youtube.com·
State of Angular - YouTube
State is hard: why SPAs will persist
State is hard: why SPAs will persist
When I write about web development, sometimes it feels like the parable of the blind men and the elephant. I’m out here eagerly describing the trunk, someone else protests that no, it’s…
·nolanlawson.com·
State is hard: why SPAs will persist
Keyboard-Only Scrolling Areas
Keyboard-Only Scrolling Areas
I have spent a few years banging on about ensuring scrolling areas on a page are accessible to keyboard-only users. This is partly because the term “keyboard” maps to other input types that we distill to “keyboard” for ease of reference (speech input, sip-and-puff, on-screen keyboards, scanning software, etc.). When…
·adrianroselli.com·
Keyboard-Only Scrolling Areas
What’s That (Dev) Tool?
What’s That (Dev) Tool?
How many browser DevTools panels do you commonly use in your day-to-day web development? One? Three? Probably not that many more. In this article, Patrick Brosset shines the spotlight on a number of tools that people don’t use or even know about. Let’s dive in!
·smashingmagazine.com·
What’s That (Dev) Tool?
Building a loading bar component
Building a loading bar component
A foundational overview of how to build a color adaptive and accessible loading bar with the ‹progress› element.
·web.dev·
Building a loading bar component
New CSS Features In 2022
New CSS Features In 2022
2022 is shaping up to be a pretty great year for CSS, with a plethora of new features on the horizon. Some are already starting to land in browsers, others are likely to gain widespread browser support in 2022, while for one or two the process may be a little longer. In this article we’ll take a look at a few of them.
·smashingmagazine.com·
New CSS Features In 2022
Dialog Components: Go Native HTML or Roll Your Own?
Dialog Components: Go Native HTML or Roll Your Own?
There’s a new native HTML dialog element making the rounds and I figured using it as a starting point for my own dialog component in AgnosticUI.
·css-tricks.com·
Dialog Components: Go Native HTML or Roll Your Own?
story.to.design - Generate your UI Kit from code
story.to.design - Generate your UI Kit from code
story.to.design generates and updates Figma UI Kits from your component library code. Take your stories from Storybook or Backlight and get an updated Figma library. story.to.design does support Figma variants, so you don’t have to maintain those thousands of variants; they are automatically generated and updated when needed.
·story.to.design·
story.to.design - Generate your UI Kit from code
Backlight - Build Design Systems - Tool for front-end teams
Backlight - Build Design Systems - Tool for front-end teams
Empower your front-end with a collaborative design system platform: code, design, stories, tests, documentation, versioning, npm release and more. Start now!
·backlight.dev·
Backlight - Build Design Systems - Tool for front-end teams
Build, Ship, & Maintain Design Systems with Backlight
Build, Ship, & Maintain Design Systems with Backlight
Design systems are an entire job these days. Agencies are hired to create them. In-house teams are formed to handle them, shipping them so that other teams
·css-tricks.com·
Build, Ship, & Maintain Design Systems with Backlight
Why is modern web development so complicated? A long yet hasty explanation: Part 1! - vrk.dev
Why is modern web development so complicated? A long yet hasty explanation: Part 1! - vrk.dev
Modern frontend web development is a polarizing experience: many love it, others despise it. I am a huge fan of modern web development, though I would describe it as “magical” — and magic has its upsides and downsides: When you understand how to use the magical tools of web development (babel! bundlers! watchers! etc!), your […]
·vrk.dev·
Why is modern web development so complicated? A long yet hasty explanation: Part 1! - vrk.dev
The Problem With Frameworks
The Problem With Frameworks
Why handpicking libraries might be a better choice in the long run.
·plbrault.com·
The Problem With Frameworks
Building Web Layouts For Dual-Screen And Foldable Devices
Building Web Layouts For Dual-Screen And Foldable Devices
Dual-screen devices are just the next evolution in responsive design. If you have a PWA or website, the APIs available make integrating into your existing code base seamless. This article explains why it’s an exciting time for layout on the web, and how dual screens provide an opportunity to get even more creative.
·smashingmagazine.com·
Building Web Layouts For Dual-Screen And Foldable Devices
Building Cross-platform UIs in Java
Building Cross-platform UIs in Java
An overview of the "old-faithfuls", as well as a peek at some "up-and-comers" you might not have heard of yet
·jdeploy.substack.com·
Building Cross-platform UIs in Java
The Golden Age of Java on the Mac
The Golden Age of Java on the Mac
Java desktop apps were first-class citizens on OS X before the app store came and spoiled all the fun
·jdeploy.substack.com·
The Golden Age of Java on the Mac