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I've always thought form validation libraries were pretty cool. I know, it's a niche interest to have — but we use them so much! At least in my job — most of what I do is constructing more or less complex forms with validation rules that depend on earlier choices and paths. Understanding how a form validation library would work is paramount. Last year, I wrote one such form validation library.
Dave: petite-vue is a new cut of the Vue project specifically built with progressive enhancement in mind. At 5kb, petite-vue is a lightweight Alpine (or jQuery) alternative that can be "sprinkled" over your project requiring no extra bundling steps … The post My petite-vue review appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
The style of a character design often depends on the software it was created with. Raster based applications like Photoshop lead to digitally painted artwork with realistic texturing and shading; 3D modelling programs like Maya allow artists to produce easily animated characters with realistic surface materials; while vector software like Adobe Illustrator typically lends itself […] The post Showcase of Stylish Vector Character Design Illustrations appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Every day, the ProgrammableWeb team is busy, updating its three primary directories for APIs, clients (language-specific libraries or SDKs for consuming or providing APIs), and source code samples.
In an effort to bring Kubernetes to more users, Red Hat is providing free online Kubernetes-focused tutorials. The company announced improvements to its Kubernetes by Example site at its Red Hat Summit today. In addition to tutorials, the company will provide news, community interaction and a hands-on approach to learning. "Safe to say, Kubernetes plays … continue reading The post Red Hat to teach Kubernetes by Example appeared first on SD Times.
Lightroom is your digital darkroom without biting chemicals. Instead of toxic perils, you’ll find clean switches, sliders, and buttons to adjust the quality and looks of your photos. Still, that’s not easy, as finding the perfect settings for the most fascinating results needs a lot of experience. To ease the pain on the lesser experienced...
Even today, there are still many people that want to print out the entire internet. This can have many reasons. Maybe a team seeks to discuss an article’s content in a meeting. Or maybe somebody wants to read your article somewhere where they don’t have an internet connection. To satisfy these people, each website requires a CSS file for printing. Even today, many people print plenty of articles to read them offline. If you don’t want to lose readers, you should provide options for these visitors. However, there are two hazards on the way to printing. First: today, there are barely any WordPress themes that come with a print stylesheet. The theme developers don’t put an effort in that, even though, for me, developing a print CSS is common courtesy. Second: as no print stylesheet is available, the ultimate consumer that uses the theme doesn’t have access to a print button. Thus, in this article, I’ll show you how to create a print CSS, how it should be integrated into the theme, and how to create a print button. Creating the Optimal Print Stylesheet First, create an empty CSS file with a pure text or HTML editor. Name it print.css. […]
Are you looking for a wireframe tool, a mockup tool, or a prototyping tool - or not sure which? If it's the latter, it's understandable. The three descriptions are often used conversely. Yet, the tools do not perform identical functions. To clarify: A wireframe is a low-fidelity design depiction. It lacks fine detail, it's static, and […] The post In Need of a Better Prototyping Solution? Check Out These 7 Tools appeared first on Line25.
With Progressive Web Apps, the web has been ever more closely moving towards native apps. However, with the added benefits that are inherent to the web such as privacy and cross-platform compatibility. The web has traditionally been fantastic about talking to servers on the network, and to servers on the Internet specifically. Now that the web is moving towards applications, we also need the same capabilities that native apps have.
Icons are very versatile and they can be used in different parts of a website, from headers and menus to lists and content. Because they have a condensed size and increased versatility, they have been used more and more to transmit information in an effective manner. Icons are usually small pictures or symbols that intuitively show the […] The post How to Use Icons in Web Design | 20 Examples appeared first on Line25.
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