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Making an Audio Waveform Visualizer with Vanilla JavaScript | CSS-Tricks

by 2019 -11- 12

As a UI designer, I’m constantly reminded of the value of knowing how to code. I pride myself on thinking of the developers on my team while designing user interfaces....

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When to Use SVG vs. When to Use Canvas | CSS-Tricks

by 2019 -11- 12

SVG and canvas are both technologies that can draw stuff in web browsers, so they are worth comparing and understanding when one is more suitable than the other. Even a...

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A Super Weird CSS Bug That Affects Text Selection | CSS-Tricks

by 2019 -11- 11

You know how you can style (to some degree) selected text with ::selection? Well, Jeff Starr uncovered a heck of a weird CSS bug. If you: Leave that selector empty Link it from...

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Pac-Man… in CSS! | CSS-Tricks

by 2019 -11- 11

You all know famous Pac-Man video game, right? The game is fun and building an animated Pac-Man character in HTML and CSS is just as fun! I’ll show you how...

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Disabled buttons suck – Axess Lab

by 2019 -11- 11

Why I got pissed and decided to write this A couple of weeks ago I got this comment at an event: I really have to go now, but add me on Facebook...

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Two-Value Display Syntax (and Sometimes Three) | CSS-Tricks

by 2019 -11- 08

You know the single-value syntax: .thing { display: block; }. The value "block" being a single value. There are lots of single values for display. For example, inline-flex, which is...

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Diana Smith’s Pure CSS Artwork “Lace”

by 2019 -11- 08

Diana is at it again with her absolutely unbelievable CSS paintings. This latest one is called Lace. Past paintings are Francine, Vignes, and Zigario. She wrote for us last year if...

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Working with Fusebox and React | CSS-Tricks

by 2019 -11- 08

If you are searching for an alternative bundler to webpack, you might want to take a look at FuseBox. It builds on what webpack offers — code-splitting, hot module reloading,...

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Weekly Platform News: Web Apps in Galaxy Store, Tappable Stories, CSS Subgrid | CSS-Tricks

by 2019 -11- 07

In this week's roundup: Firefox gains locksmith-like powers, Samsung's Galaxy Store starts supporting Progressive Web Apps, CSS Subgrid is shipping in Firefox 70, and a new study confirms that users...

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Location, Privilege and Performant Websites

by 2019 -11- 07

30 October 2019 I would say that I live an extremely privileged and comfortable life. The privilege from having a good paying career in a large tech company opened up the...

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