Introducing Svelte, and comparing Svelte with React and Vue
Posted on November 27, 2021, Level beginner Resource Length short
Let's be honest: lots of things in web development are harder than they should be. Some days, it can seem as though everything in the frontend world is needlessly over-engineered and convoluted. By Josh Collinsworth.
A first look at Qwik - the HTML first framework
Posted on July 17, 2021, Level beginner Resource Length short
Even with the most optimized code, it is hard for eCommerce sites to reach a 100 out of 100 score on PageSpeed Insights unless they serve only static HTML. By Misko Hevery.
Build mobile apps with Tailwind CSS, Next.js, Ionic Framework, and Capacitor
Posted on June 20, 2021, Level advanced Resource Length long
A very popular stack for building responsive web apps is Tailwind CSS and Next.js by Vercel. By Max Lynch.
Real-world CSS vs. CSS-in-JS performance comparison
Posted on June 10, 2021, Level advanced Resource Length long
CSS-in-JS has taken a solid place in front-end tooling, and it seems this trend will continue in the near future. Especially in the React world. By Tomas Pustelnik.
A different way to work with external SVG
Posted on May 20, 2021, Level beginner Resource Length short
SVGs are awesome: they are small, look sharp on any scale, and can be customized without creating a separate file. However, there is something I feel is missing in web standards today: a way to include them as an external file that also retains the format's customization powers. By Shubham Jain.
Programmatically generate images with CSS Painting API
Posted on May 16, 2021, Level beginner Resource Length medium
How to structure CSS classes
Posted on December 30, 2020, Level beginner Resource Length medium
A clean and arranged CSS structure is hard to maintain in growing projects. Therefore it is important to think about how you would like to structure your classes right from the start so that you don't lose control. But if you start searching for methodologies and techniques to organize your CSS, you will soon realize that there are many ways to reach your goal! By Anne Debora Zimmermann.
How we build micro frontends
Posted on August 28, 2020, Level beginner Resource Length long
Building micro-frontends to speed up and scale our web development process. By Jonathan Saring.
Setting up Tailwind CSS with Vue.js
Posted on August 27, 2020, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Tailwind CSS is one of the rising stars in the CSS framework world. It's especially popular in the Laravel and Vue.js community. By Markus Oberlehner.
What's in a name?
Posted on May 4, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length long
Often when we talk about accessibility problems, we end up talking about a number of different errors that all boil down to a missing accessible name: form fields without labels, images without alts, icon buttons without readable text, and many more. Written by Sarah Higley.
Tags web-development ux software css frontend
Introduction to utility-first CSS for web developer
Posted on March 9, 2020, Level beginner Resource Length medium
CSS is an easy language to learn (and to implement) for creating a beautiful website. However, when it comes to implementing CSS at scale, it's not that simple. For large scale websites and applications, CSS becomes really hard to write in. By Thoriq Firdaus in Coding.
Tags ux css frontend web-development
How to use before and after html pseudo-elements tutorial
Posted on January 19, 2020, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Mark Noonan posted this article about what pseudo-elements are and how to use them, as well as look at some common use cases where these pseudo-elements can make life easier for us.
Tags web-development css frontend