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Modern apps place high demands on front-end developers. Web apps require complex functionality, and the lion’s share of that work is falling to front-end devs: building modern, accessible user interfaces creating interactive elements and complex animations managing complex application state … The post Serverless Functions: The Secret to Ultra-Productive Front-End Teams appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
Every week I learn so many new things about front-end development. By building various kinds of projects, by talking to other developers, by reading new articles. Of course, it can be overwhelming, but to me this is the best part of the job. By sharing and talking to other people, my job gets more interesting. For example, this week I learned how to build malicious links with target="_blank", I learned how CSRF works, and how important it is that an icon clearly indicates what it is thought for — the latter after I implemented the icons and only found some of them helpful as I saw the fallback/title text for them. Always stay curious.The post Web Development Reading List #129: CSRF, Modern Tooling And The UX Of Web Fonts appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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DevTools is very advanced and helpful, but can also be very intimidating and overwhelming. Let's fix that. In this article, Vitaly reviews useful features and shortcuts for debugging in Chrome, Firefox, Edge and Safari.
With custom post types and taxonomies you can create highly-specific ways of organizing content. We show you how you can use them in your own projects. The post Diving into WordPress Custom Post Types and Taxonomies appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Your brand is the key to a successful business. It's what gives your business an identity and separates you from the competition. Your brand manual or style guide are the documents you need to help keep it consistent--they’re key to maintaining your brand identity. Whether you're a small business, agency, or a corporation, you should […]
Tune in to Creatives Radio and listen to Jonathan Rudolph & Jacob Cass discuss logo design, running a successful design blog and working with Jerry Seinfeld.
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Cryptocurrency is one of the biggest mysteries of our times. Is it a real thing? Is it a fraud? No one can tell for sure. People are split into two... The post Crypto-Inspired Mobile & Web UI Design Concepts appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
This week, Access All Areas members have a new set of brushes to download for Adobe Illustrator, courtesy of Jeremy Child from The Artifex Forge. These brushes allow you to create graffiti inspired art, without the risk of a criminal record! They have been carefully vectorized from real spray can art to allow you to […] The post Adobe Illustrator Spray Paint Brushes for Premium Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
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