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Tonic (Component Framework)

I enjoy little frameworks like Tonic. It’s essentially syntactic sugar over <web-components /> to make … Read more Tonic (Component Framework)

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Collecting Email Signups With the Notion API

A lot of people these days are setting up their own newsletters. You’ve got the … Read more Collecting Email Signups With the Notion API

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UX Mapping Methods: Study Guide

Summary: Unsure how to get started using UX mapping methods? Use this collection of links to … Read more UX Mapping Methods: Study Guide

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Accounting for User Research in Agile

Summary: Along with design and development work, research efforts need to be represented in an Agile … Read more Accounting for User Research in Agile

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Systems for z-index

Say you have a z-index bug. Something is being covered up by something else. In … Read more Systems for z-index

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Comparing Methods for Appending and Inserting With JavaScript

Let’s say we want to add something to a webpage after the initial load. JavaScript … Read more Comparing Methods for Appending and Inserting With JavaScript

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Our Learning Partner: Frontend Masters

Frontend Masters has been our learning partner for a couple of years now. I love … Read more Our Learning Partner: Frontend Masters

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What is Your Page Title on a Google Search Engine Results Page?

Whatever Google wants it to be. I always thought it was exactly what your <title> … Read more What is Your Page Title on a Google Search Engine Results Page?

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Working With GraphQL Caching

If you’ve recently started working with GraphQL, or reviewed its pros and cons, you’ve no … Read more Working With GraphQL Caching

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Container Units Should Be Pretty Handy

Container queries are going to solve this long-standing issue in web design where we want … Read more Container Units Should Be Pretty Handy

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How to Implement Logging in a Node.js Application With Pino-logger

Logging, on its own, is a key aspect of any application. Logging helps developers comprehend … Read more How to Implement Logging in a Node.js Application With Pino-logger

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Proposal for CSS @when

CSS is on a tear lately. Again, I’ve heard of a brand new thing I’ve … Read more Proposal for CSS @when

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Cascade Layers?

There is a new thing coming in CSS: @layer. As with all new things, it … Read more Cascade Layers?

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7 Practical Uses for the ::before and ::after Pseudo-Elements in CSS

CSS ::before and ::after pseudo-elements allow you to insert “content” before and after any non-replaced … Read more 7 Practical Uses for the ::before and ::after Pseudo-Elements in CSS

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Resources aren’t requested by CSS, but by the DOM

This is a good tweet from Harry: Simple yet significant thing all developers should keep … Read more Resources aren’t requested by CSS, but by the DOM

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Exploring the CSS Paint API: Polygon Border

Nowadays, creating complex shapes is an easy task using clip-path, but adding a border to … Read more Exploring the CSS Paint API: Polygon Border

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UX-Maturity Stage 2: Limited

Summary: Inconsistently and erratically, some people in these organizations are trying to advance UX work, but … Read more UX-Maturity Stage 2: Limited

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Designing Empty States in Complex Applications: 3 Guidelines

Summary: Empty states provide opportunities for designers to communicate system status, increase learnability of the system, … Read more Designing Empty States in Complex Applications: 3 Guidelines