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mei 25th, 2016 - 19:12 § in Webdesign

A Guide To Personal Side Projects

A Guide To Personal Side Projects By Jon Yablonski May 25th, 2016 ProductivityWorkflow 0 Comments Personal side projects are a cornerstone of creative growth and discovery. While they might not always result in financial gain, the long-term benefits are often much more useful. Benefits such as perso[...]

mei 25th, 2016 - 13:10 § in Webdesign

Stylelint: The Style Sheet Linter We’ve Always Wanted

Stylelint: The Style Sheet Linter We’ve Always Wanted By Aleks Hudochenkov May 25th, 2016 JavaScriptTechniquesTools 1 Comment Everyone wants a clean, consistent code base, no matter the language. Developers are accustomed to setting up linters in programming languages such as JavaScript and Python[...]

mei 24th, 2016 - 13:06 § in Webdesign

The Making Of Melody Jams

The Making Of Melody Jams By Jamie Kosoy May 24th, 2016 appAppsiOS 0 Comments After months of hard work, I’ve finally gotten my side project, Melody Jams1, into the App Store. It’s been quite the adventure, and I’m thrilled to see it in the store. Seeing it live makes me reflect on the process[...]

mei 23rd, 2016 - 19:01 § in Webdesign

Developing Dependency Awareness

Developing Dependency Awareness By Aaron Gustafson May 23rd, 2016 CSSJavaScriptjQuery 2 Comments I’m sure you’ve heard the proverb, “A chain is only as strong as its weakest link,” probably many times. Its written origin dates back to the 18th century, but I wouldn’t be surprised if it was[...]

mei 23rd, 2016 - 12:59 § in Webdesign

Improve Your Designs With The Principles Of Continuation And Common Fate (Part Three)

Improve Your Designs With The Principles Of Continuation And Common Fate (Part Three) By Jon Hensley May 23rd, 2016 CreativityDesign PrinciplesInspiration 3 Comments Creating an effective web design is like putting a puzzle together, with the various parts coming together to tame the chaos and form [...]

mei 20th, 2016 - 18:40 § in Webdesign

Understanding The CSS Property Value Syntax

Understanding The CSS Property Value Syntax By Russ Weakley May 20th, 2016 CSS 1 Comment The World Wide Web Consortium uses a particular syntax to define the possible values that can be used for all CSS properties. You may have seen this syntax in action if you have ever looked at a CSS specificatio[...]

mei 20th, 2016 - 12:28 § in Webdesign

Web Development Reading List #138: Accessible Web Components And CSS And Sass Precision

Web Development Reading List #138: Accessible Web Components And CSS And Sass Precision By Anselm Hannemann May 20th, 2016 Web Development Reading List 0 Comments From time to time you need to recalibrate your brain by experimenting with new technologies, by tracing down the performance of a certain[...]

mei 20th, 2016 - 00:25 § in Webdesign

Looking Back: One Year Of Microsoft Edge (Videos)

Supporting Article, Quick Tip Looking Back: One Year Of Microsoft Edge (Videos) By Charles Morris May 19th, 2016 Testing 4 Comments Change is difficult in large corporations. But sometimes it is possible. In fact, we published Inside Microsoft’s New Rendering Engine For The “Project Spartan”1 [...]

mei 19th, 2016 - 18:18 § in Webdesign

Web Image Effects Performance Showdown

Web Image Effects Performance Showdown By Una Kravets May 19th, 2016 CSSResponsive ImagesSVG 3 Comments As browsers constantly improve their graphical rendering abilities, the ability to truly design within them is becoming more of a reality. A few lines of code can now have quick and dramatic visua[...]

mei 19th, 2016 - 12:18 § in Webdesign

The Safari Problem With SVG Sprites (Now Fixed)

The Safari Problem With SVG Sprites (Now Fixed) By Nico Brünjes May 19th, 2016 SpritesSVG 2 Comments Update (19.05.2016): The bug was just fixed by Antti Koivisto and has landed in the current update of iOS (9.3.2) and Safari for OS X 9.1.1 (11601.6.17). When a user visits a site using a SVG sprite[...]