Vue 3


It’s out! Congrats to the Vue team for getting it done, I know it was a massive effort and a long time coming. All new docs, as well. I like it’s still a priority that Vue can be used with just a <script tag with no build process at all. But it’s ready for build processes...

Enforcing performance budgets with webpack


As you probably know, a single monolithic JavaScript bundle — once a best practice — is no longer the way to go for modern web applications. Research has shown that larger bundles increase memory usage and CPU costs, especially on mid-range and low-end mobile devices. webpack has a lot of features...

Optimizing CSS for faster page loads


A straightforward post with some perf data from Tomas Pustelnik. It’s a good reminder that CSS is a crucial part of thinking web performance, and for a huge reason: Any time [the browser] encounters any external resource (CSS, JS, images, etc.) it will assign it a download priority...

Collective #623


BGJar * Sombras.app * Sidebar Webring * Tooltip Sequence * Forms best practice The post Collective #623 appeared first on Codrops

Changing Emoji Skin Tones Programmatically


So, you know how many emoji have different skin tones? Emoji skin tones are extremely popular, especially over text and on social media. The raised black fist emoji (✊🏿) was voted “The Most 2020 Emoji” by Emojipedia’s World Emoji Awards. Each tone is a modifier and many emoji...

Weaved Webs


There is a bit of an irony with Jamstack. The concept is simple: you put pre-rendered, static files on web hosting (a CDN) designed to do that well. That’s it. If you need to do more, anything you do from there is done with client-side JavaScript, which is likely talking to serverless...

Lessons Learned from Sixty Days of Re-Animating Zombies with Hand-Coded CSS


I’ll be linking to individual Pens as I discuss the lessons I learned, but if you’d like to get a sense of the entire project, check out 60 days of Animation on Undead Institute. I started this project to end on August 1st, 2020, coinciding with the publication of a book I wrote featuring...

Inclusive Design 24


Totally free. No sign-up. No registration. All sessions are streamed live and publicly on the Inclusive Design 24 YouTube channel – see the entire playlist for the event. Quite the lineup. I’ve got a couple of other accessibility links burning a hole in my pocket as well: Matt Stobbs:...

Editing HTML Like A Boss In VS Code


Here’s a seven minute video from Caleb Porzio that focuses on some of Emmet‘s HTML editing features. You might think of Emmet as that thing that expands abbreviations like table.stats>tr*3>td*3 into glorious, expanded, and perfect HTML. But Emmet has other HTML editing trickery...

Chapter 4: Search


Previously in web history… After an influx of rapid browser development following the creation of the web, Mosaic becomes the popular choice. Recognizing the commercial potential of the web, a team at O’Reilly builds GNN, the first commercial website. With something to browse with,...

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