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The pandemic situation we are in right now has brought unprecedented changes in the way companies operate. Working from home is no longer a privilege. It is now a new norm that professionals around the world are preparing to deal with. Transparency is a fundamental quality every team must possess; even more so during these...
Today we will be learning how to build a tennis trivia app using Next.js and Netlify. This technology stack has become my go-to on many projects. It allows for rapid development and easy deployment. Without further ado let's jump in!… The post Building a Tennis Trivia App With Next.js and Netlify appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
First thing first, tell yourself this; You are a writer. You got this! Done? Great now let us talk about that little hurdle that led you here. Inspiration is a slippery creature, and sometimes it evades us for days. It is normal, don’t feel super bad about it, it happens. However, that doesn’t mean that you’ll have to twiddle your thumbs until inspiration hits you square in the chest. Good thing you don’t have to wait around wasting your time doing nothing. There are ways to lift that “writer’s block” and get inspired to write. Follow these tips, and you … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
I love articles that specifically focus on tiny little details within web development. For example, this week I stumbled upon an article featuring all the fine details about scheduling in requestAnimationFrame. Another gem I discovered is a widely unknown but very practical SVG attribute to preserve stroke widths while scaling an illustration. All of these little details can make such a huge difference in our projects, so I'm particularly thankful for having discovered these articles to share with you this week. Let's dive in.The post Web Development Reading List #145: Font Loading Strategies, Scaling SVGs And Infinite Scrolling Done Right appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
You’ve spent countless hours tweaking your CSS, testing your responsive breakpoints, and checking site speed. You know the site like the back of your hand. Your eCommerce site is beautifully... The post The eCommerce UX Mistakes That Drive Us Nuts appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Things move a lot faster than they used to in terms of the implementation of Web Platform features, and this post is a round-up of news about CSS features that are making their way into the platform. If you are the sort of person who doesn't like reading about things if you can't use them now, then this article probably isn't for you — we have many others for you to enjoy instead!
The Ampersand is loved by all types of creatives! Its shape has evolved into a variety of styles since it was conceived as a ligature of the letters ‘e’ and ‘t’ from the Latin ‘et’ for ‘and’. You can find a range of ampersand designs across different fonts and typefaces, from cursive script variants to […] The post Art of the Ampersand: 35 Creative Examples of The '&' Character appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
In response to a comment he saw on Twitter about comments in code, Matthias Noback has written up a post with some of his own thoughts. Recently I read a comment on Twitter by Nikola Posa. [...] He was providing us with a useful suggestion, one that I myself have been following ever since reading "Clean Code" by Robert Martin. The paraphrased suggestion in that book, as well as in the tweet, is to consider a comment to be a naming issue in disguise, and to solve that issue, instead of keeping the comment. By the way, the book has some very nice examples of how comments should and should not be used. Matthias starts with the suggestion that, when correctly written, code shouldn't need comments to be clear about what's happening. He encourages the use of the "refactor for clarity" method to remove comments and make the code more clear. He finishes the post by breaking down the types of comments (explanatory, todo and "wtf"), what they are/examples and in what situations they can be useful for.
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Rebranding an established brand is no easy task, but when done right the investment really does pay off or in some cases, quite the opposite. Here we look at some of the best and worst rebrands of recent times, as outlined by Oomph. Read More
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