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Data-driven Jamstack with Sourcebit


Think of building sites with Gatsby as an hourglass shape. Gatsby itself is right in the middle. The wide funnel at the top represents the fact that Gatsby can take in data from all sorts of sources. The data could be in markdown files, from a headless CMS or some other API, from a hosted database...

When CSS Blocks


Tim Kadlec: One particular pattern [for loading non-critical CSS] I’ve seen is the preload/polyfill pattern. With this approach, you load any stylesheets as preloads instead, and then use their onload events to change them back to a stylesheet once the browser has them ready. So you're...

Chameleonic Header


Nice demo from Sebastiano Guerriero. When a fixed-position header moves from overlapping differently-colored backgrounds, the colors flop out to be appropriate for that background. Sebastiano's technique is very clever, involving multiple copies of the header within each section (where the copies...

In-Browser Performance Linting With Feature Policies


Here’s a neat idea from Tim Kadlec. He uses the Modheader extension to toggle custom headers in his browser. It also lets him see when images are too big and need to be optimized in some way. This is a great way to catch issues like this in a local environment because browsers will throw an error...

wpaudit.site


A big checklist of things you could/should be doing to make your website the best it can be. 80% of which is a good idea for any website, not just a WordPress website. I'm linking to it because I like how plain language it is, and because it's a good example of how giving something away helps more...

wpaudit.site


A big checklist of things you could/should be doing to make your website the best it can be. 80% of which is a good idea for any website, not just a WordPress website. I'm linking to it because I like how plain language it is, and because it's a good example of how giving something away helps more...

Inspiring high school students with HTML and CSS


Here’s a heartwarming post from Stephanie Stimac on her experience teaching kids the very basics of web development: [...] the response from that class of high school students delighted me and grounded me in a way I haven't experienced before. What I view as a simple code was absolute magic...

iOS 13 Design Guidelines, Templates, and Downloads


Erik Kennedy wrote up a bunch of design advice for designing for the iPhone. Like Apple's Human Interface Guidelines, only illustrated and readable, says Erik. This is mostly for native iOS apps kinda stuff, but it makes me wonder how much of this is expected when doing a mobile Progressive...

Seen by Indeed


(This is a sponsored post.) Are you looking for a tech job where you clock in, or for a career where you’ll be seen? Seen by Indeed is a matching service for software engineers, product managers and other tech pros that sorts through thousands of companies -- like Twilio, Overstock, VRBO,...

monica.css


Monica Dinculescu: I don’t want every possible padding and margin and colour and flexbox configuration in the world. I just want the ones that I know I end up using in every project. So here is monica.css: my very own CSS framework, which I copy paste at the beginning of every CSS file and take...

Same HTML, Different CSS


Ahmad Shadeed covers the idea of a card component that has a fixed set of semantic HTML with some BEMy classes on it. There is a title, author, image, and tags. Then he redesigns the card into five totally different designs without touching any of the HTML just the CSS. If this is an ah-ha moment...

Solving Sticky Hover States with @media (hover: hover)


Mezo Istvan does a good job of covering the problem and a solution to it in a blog post on Medium¹. If you tap on something that has a :hover state but you don't leave the page then, on a mobile device, there is a chance that :hover state "sticks." You'll see this with stuff like jump-links used...

Blame the implementation, not the technique


I'm not sure we've gotten much better at this since Tim Kadlec wrote this in 2012: Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. “Responsive design is bad for performance.”“User agent detection is bad. Don’t segment the web.”“Hybrid apps don’t work as well as native apps.”“CSS preprocessors shouldn’t...

Listen to your web pages


A clever idea from Tom Hicks combining MutationObserver (which can "observe" changes to elements like when their attributes, text, or children change) and the Web Audio API for creating sounds. Plop this code into the console on a page where you'd like to listen to essentially any DOM change...

The Unseen Performance Costs of Modern CSS-in-JS Libraries


This article is full of a bunch of data from Aggelos Arvanitakis. But lemme just focus on his final bit of advice: Investigate whether a zero-runtime CSS-in-JS library can work for your project. Sometimes we tend to prefer writing CSS in JS for the DX (developer experience) it offers, without...

A Headless CMS for You and Your Web Development Agency


(This is a sponsored post.) Storyblok is a headless but component-based CMS with a built-in live-preview. You can use it for building fast and reliable websites and power native apps with your favorite technology. Let us start with the basics and what a headless CMS is: A headless content...

2020 Stack


In an article with the most clickbaity article ever, Joe Honton does a nice job of talking about the evolving landscape of web development. "Full-stack" perhaps had its day as a useful term, but since front-end development touches so many parts of the stack now, it's not a particularly useful term....

Altcoin Season Trending – LINK, XTZ, BSTX, HBAR Gain Up to 120% in 24h


The last few days have shown bullish price activity across the list of top cryptocurrency markets. There’s been a lot of focus on coins like BTC, ETH, BCH, and EOS, but digital assets like HBAR (120%), STX (52%), XTZ (20%) and LINK (13%) have seen much larger gains this week. The cryptoconomy...

Toward Responsive Elements


Hot news from Brian Kardell, regarding what we've been referring to as "container queries", the most hotly requested feature in CSS: There does seem to be some general agreement on at least one part of what I am going to call instead "Responsive Design for Components" and that is that flipping...

Neumorphism.io


I was sort of making fun of neumorphism the other day. I don't actually care that much. I mostly just think it only works on some flat colored backgrounds, mostly really light colors, and somehow that feels weirdly limiting. (nope, sure, sure, nope 🤷‍♂️). Anyway,...

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