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5 things CSS developers wish they knew before they started
You can learn anything, but you can't learn everything 🙃 So accept that, and focus on what matters to you— Una Kravets 👩🏻

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In the news
Among the changes are some long-standing feature requests, including fragments, error boundaries, portals, support for custom DOM attributes, improved server-side rendering, and reduced file size.
Tools & libraries
Draggable is a lightweight, responsive, modern drag and drop JavaScript library – the ideal choice for adding slick native-feeling drag and drop behaviour to your web apps.

Transform SVG into React components 🦁

Tutorials & guides
CSS Grid Layout is a game-changer for web developers. Learn more about CSS Grid and the CSS Grid Layout panel in Firefox.

Tutorial on how to make a custom React renderer

AI and machine learning was number 1 on Daniel's list when he started to code. Now he is facing the problem that there are so many resources to dive into the topic. His goal is clear: he wants to implement the basics of machine learning with JavaScript - so he did.
Developers and Frameworks are involved in a tragic love story… We fall in love with a framework and create amazing next-level apps… Then one day that super bad piece of framework comes along and whispers in our ear… “vDOM”. We try to ignore it, but in the back of our minds we know we’ll eventually be downloading that hottie.
JavaScript is the love/hate topic of the “modern web”. People who have been around for a long time have learned the hard way not to blindly rely on it. People who just started don’t even know how you could turn it off or why it could be a problem.
How accessibility came from being neglected to being an important part of what they do at trivago

2005 sparked a revolution for Web technologies. For those of you in the industry at the time, remember that we had front row seats to watch the birth of Single Page Applications (SPA) driven by really well architected JavaScript libraries.
For beginners
Dealing with the asynchronous nature of Javascript can be very challenging and frustrating. Callbacks have been for a long time the default way to do things. ES6 gave us a alternative to callbacks with promises.
Hello from the server side
A quick introduction to the new features in React 16 SSR, including arrays, performance, streaming, and more.

A take on a HTML/CSS version of card hover effects similar to Hearthstone. 
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