Meet Igaro App — Potentially the Web’s Finest SPA Framework

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Some say that a web page should start with HTML, which is (or was) thought of as content, and that functionality should load on top of that (the filtering etc). Right or wrong? With so much content now generated dynamically, perhaps it’s time to revi... Read more
Meet Igaro App — Potentially the Web’s Finest SPA Framework

Drupal 8 Custom Plugin Types

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Drupal 8 comes with a great addition to the backend developer toolkit in the form of the plugin system. Completely new, specific to Drupal and evolved from serving only a few specific purposes, plugins have become the go-to system for reusable function... Read more
Drupal 8 Custom Plugin Types

The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Adding Coupons—General Settings Part 2

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In my previous article I started off with the procedure to add new coupons in WooCommerce. There I explained the coupon title and description along with the various Discount types in the section of General Coupon data. Today, I will continue with the r... Read more
The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Adding Coupons—General Settings Part 2

Web Development Reading List #103

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  What's happening in the industry? What important techniques have emerged recently? What about new case studies, insights, techniques and tools? Our dear friend Anselm Hannemann is keeping track of everything in the web development reading l... Read more
Web Development Reading List #103

Cartoon: Language is a Precision Tool

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„Boy, language is a precision tool”. That’s what my English teacher used to preach. We all hated him for his pedantry. Today I know that the man was just right. Most misunderstandings stem from spoken words. This is not only a problem of prop... Read more
Cartoon: Language is a Precision Tool

Preloading Images in Parallel with Promises

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The topic of this article is actually quite specific. Recently, I faced a situation where I needed to preload a lot of images in parallel. With the given constraints, it ended up being more challenging than first expected, and I certainly learnt a lot ... Read more
Preloading Images in Parallel with Promises

Watch: Using className to Add Style

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Today is the epic conclusion of our Building a Stopwatch mini-series. We'll use className to add nice clean styles to our component. As a bonus, we'll remove duplication by creating a new Button component and using a special JSX feature called Spread A... Read more
Watch: Using className to Add Style

Creating an Accessible Breakout Game Using Web Audio and SVG

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As the co-author of Babylon.js, a WebGL gaming engine, I was always felt a little uneasy listening to folks discuss accessibility best practices at web conferences. The content created with Babylon.js is indeed completely inaccessible to blind people. ... Read more
Creating an Accessible Breakout Game Using Web Audio and SVG