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CSS-Tricks 4h
Loads of "cheat sheets" you can access from your terminal.
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Getting ready for the next week: our new little project, "Berlin Design Campus", co-op with our dear friends from design school, with a week packed with workshops in creative companies and design agencies in Berlin. Exciting times!
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Addy Osmani Jul 12
Tip: Webpack supports performance budgets for sites 💰 You can.. ✍️ Configure a max file size (e.g JS should be < some KB) 🚨 Throw a warning or error if files get large 🔎 Only apply to certain file extensions (.js, .css etc)
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Natalie Marleny Jun 8
Last night I accomplished two huge milestones: 🏆 Gave my first technical talk, recording here: . Thank you to everyone at Facebook’s London Office for being so welcoming! 🏆 Made Casing, a UI Framework for , open source ()
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Smashing Magazine Jul 13
How to build complicated grids using CSS grid. Isn’t that complicated after all. A wonderful write-up by . / via ↬ Tutorial ↬ Live result
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Ana Tudor 🐯 Jul 13
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You can contribute by commenting with own use cases (inspiration: ) + voting for implementation: Firefox Edge PS: new article on conic-gradient() & CSS vars in the works
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Smashing Magazine Jul 13
Always incredibly thankful to wonderful SmashingConf attendees such as for sharing what they learned in the conference sessions: Also, collaborative notes from the SmashingConf Toronto:
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Smashing Magazine Jul 13
Looking for a way to sketch out your idea real quick and share it with the team? A fast way to collaborate real-time anywhere, anytime.
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Smashing Magazine Jul 13
Using conic gradients and CSS variables to create a doughnut chart output for a range input — with a good ol’ slider fallback. Of course by . Can’t wait for conic gradients to be natively supported. ↬ Tutorial ↬ Demo
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Smashing Magazine Jul 13
Cheatsheets for popular programming languages, frameworks, and development tools. A collection by with the aim to provide a quick way to assess your knowledge and to save you time.
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Smashing Magazine Jul 13
Why? :)
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Smashing Magazine Jul 13
Replying to @beckysoll @n26
Can you explain what’s so special about the experience and the design of the app?
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Smashing Magazine Jul 13
Can you explain what’s so special about the experience and the design of the app?
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Smashing Magazine Jul 13
Can you explain what’s so special about the experience and the design of the app?
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Smashing Magazine Jul 13
What’s the best mobile online banking experience you’ve had so far? Had a very good experience with . Any other suggestions for great user experiences?
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Veerle Pieters Jul 13
Creating an Illustration for The New Yorker (in seven days) Daniel Savage walks us through the creation of an illustration for an article on paper jams. I always wondered if the process of making its editorial illustrations is frantic.
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Smashing Conference Jul 13
Only 6️⃣ early bird tickets left for Smashing Conf New York. Get them before they are gone! Happy Friday!
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Smashing Magazine Jul 13
Need a calculator? Omni calculator has got your back. Pretty much anything you could ever think of is right there.
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Smashing Magazine Jul 13
📚 Staying up to date with the latest techniques, browser updates, and hot topics can be quite a challenge. Every month, summarizes what’s been going on in the web industry, so you can easily catch up on everything new and important.
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Smashing Magazine Jul 13
A little tool that turns spreadsheets into online charts, maps and interactive stories. Might be worth looking into. Publicly available charts are free. ↬ Examples ↬ Release page
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