Active Collab: Project Management Made Simple

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For distributed teams in the web design and development world, the importance of collaboration and team management tools is not a secret. In the absence of proper task and team management tools and mechanisms, you will only end up wasting precious time... Read more
Active Collab: Project Management Made Simple

How to Build a Daily Affirmations SMS Service with Stripe & Syncano

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This article was sponsored by Syncano. Thank you for supporting the sponsors who make SitePoint possible. Syncano provides a cloud-based platform for real-time applications. It stores the data, microservice code, schedules for automating code execution... Read more
How to Build a Daily Affirmations SMS Service with Stripe & Syncano

The Sass Ampersand

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The following is a guest post by Rich Finelli. Rich told me he used to have some trouble with the special ampersand character in Sass, but then had a bit of an epiphany and wanted to share that understanding (it's powers and limitations) with others. M... Read more
The Sass Ampersand

Muscula: JavaScript Error Reporting For Your Website

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For quite a while now, JavaScript has established itself as one of the primary languages that web developers speak and work with. More and more websites are coded in JavaScript, and with WordPress developers, too, looking towards JavaScript now, this ... Read more
Muscula: JavaScript Error Reporting For Your Website

Moving Along a Curved Path in CSS

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motion-path is specced and already has some support. But there is another way to replicate curved motion paths, as Tobias Ahlin points out: ... if we add a container around the object we want to animate, we can apply one timing function for the X-axis,... Read more
Moving Along a Curved Path in CSS

Optimizing SVGs for Web Use

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An in-depth series of posts by Andreas Larsen that walks us through the process of how to (hand) optimize SVGs. He suggests optimizations that it's unlikely software could do for you. Things like changing the viewBox size to accommodate simple, rounded... Read more
Optimizing SVGs for Web Use

Safari 9.1

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There are lots of exciting new features rolling out in Safari 9.1 such as support for the picture element, enhancements to the web inspector, CSS variables and gesture events for iOS. Although, what I’m most excited for is the OpenType support with p... Read more
Safari 9.1