Archive for the ‘filters’ Category

Breaking down CSS Box Shadow vs. Drop Shadow

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Drop shadows. Web designers have loved them for a long time to the extent that we used to fake them with PNG images before CSS Level 3 formally introduced them to the spec as the box-shadow property. I still reach for drop shadows often in my work beca...

Using Filters in Vue.js

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Filters are an interesting way to deal with data rendering in Vue but are only useful in a small amount of cases. The first thing to understand about filters is that they aren't replacements for methods, computed values, or watchers, because filters do...

Using the RulerZ Rule Engine to Smarten up Playlist Building

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I can give iTunes a few rules, and it will update the list of playlist tracks based on those rules, without me having to think about how it is doing that. But how does it do this? How does it build my simple rules into a filter for tracks? When I tell...