Archive for the ‘codepen’ Category

The Can-Do’s of CodePen Projects

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We just recently launched Projects, the latest big feature over on CodePen. It's quite a bit different than the Pen Editor, so let's take a look at all the things it can do! A Complete File System, and Complete HTML Files With CodePen Projects, you ge...

The Can-Do’s of CodePen Projects

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We just recently launched Projects, the latest big feature over on CodePen. It's quite a bit different than the Pen Editor, so let's take a look at all the things it can do! A Complete File System, and Complete HTML Files With CodePen Projects, you ge...

Web Maker, an Offline, Browser-based CodePen Alternative

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In this article, Kushagra Gaur introduces Web Maker, a browser extension he created for front-end developers who want a blazing-fast, offline web playground. If you're a front-end developer like me, you've probably tried one or more of the code playgr...

The Most Hearted of 2016

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The 100 most hearted Pens, Posts, and Collections on CodePen from the past year have been calculated and posted! Direct Link to Article — Permalink The Most Hearted of 2016 is a post from CSS-Tricks

Talk With The Experts: Chris Coyier

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Last week we held our highly anticipated live webinar with Chris Coyier! For those of you who may not know him, he is the Co-Host of The Shop Talk Show podcast, Founder of CSS-Tricks and Co-Founder of CodePen. With CodePen being one of the most popular...

A Round up of Online Code Playgrounds

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Nowadays, there are a variety of code playgrounds available online. Some (such as JSFiddle or JSBin) are designed with sharing in mind, which is useful for building a reduced test case to demonstrate a bug or problem you are having. Some (such as ES6 F...

10 Cool Things You Can Do with CodePen and JavaScript

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Hey web people! I work on CodePen a playground for front end web design and development. One of the things you can do on CodePen is create Pens, which are HTML, CSS, and JavaScript you create and see the result of immediately. Ty North has already told...

CodePen Embedded Pen Upgrades

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They now: Have an all-new design that allows for a split-view (code on the left, preview on the right) when the responsive design allows. Can be editable. Along with all the same great features they have always had like themes (total design control! ...

Learning to Use Google Analytics More Effectively at CodePen

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Here's how most people use Google Analytics: you copy and paste the default tracking snippet into your templates. Look at the pageview data that comes in. That's all good, but that isn't the most useful analytics for many sites. Google Analytics can tr...