Responsive Images 101

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Jason Grigsby just wrapped up a 10-part series masterclass on responsive images. There is a table of contents at the bottom of each post for jumping around. Direct Link to Article — Permalink Responsive Images 101 is a post from CSS-Tricks Read more
Responsive Images 101

15 Code Snippets for Timelines

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Remember all those personal portfolios that present an artist in a unique and eye-pleasing manner. Those that breathe with modernity and originality, instantly capture the attention and make you stay. Well, today we are going to replenish your toolki... Read more
15 Code Snippets for Timelines

Introducing enquire.js

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For some time now, I’ve been using the enquire.js library to augment the use of media queries in JavaScript. I’ve had a lot of success using the library in various projects, but most developers I’ve met confessed they’ve never used or even hear... Read more
Introducing enquire.js

Watch: Conditional Rendering in React

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Today we'll build upon last week's Stopwatch component with conditional rendering. We'll conditionally show the "start" and "stop" buttons based on the state of our component. Additionally, we'll add a "reset" button so we can reset the timer. This is ... Read more
Watch: Conditional Rendering in React

Styling a Server-Generated File Directory

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The following is a guest post by Keith Knittel. Keith used a tutorial on this site to build his own customized file directory. I was like, hey, that oughta be a better-explained tutorial on this site. So here we are. You likely know that if there is a... Read more
Styling a Server-Generated File Directory

“probably doesn’t do what you think it does”

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An interesting post about the odd behaviour of querySelectorAll where it'll match elements that you might not expect at first glance: I think this API is surprising, and the front end engineers I've asked seem to agree with me. This is, however, not a ... Read more
“probably doesn’t do what you think it does”