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Chasing the Pixel-Perfect Dream
"When designers hand us a completed mockup, they're trusting us to faithfully implement their vision. Their work is funneled through our implementation, and they're keeping their fingers crossed that we don't mangle it too much in the process."
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Just announced on the Chromium mailing list is an “Intent to Prototype” Container Queries. Let's take a look at the proposed syntax …
Libs, Tools & References
JavaScript is a great language. It has a simple syntax, a large ecosystem, and, what is most important, a great community. At the same time, we all know that JavaScript is quite a funny language with tricky parts. This is a list of some of them.
There is now a specification for native CSS masonry layout, as part of the Grid Layout spec. In this article, Rachel Andrew explains how it works with the help of a couple of demos you can try out in Firefox Nightly.
In this post you'll learn all the different ways you can export and import values using ES Modules.
From performance, payload size, developer time, and built-in documentation, GraphQL is the future of APIs. This post covered seven of the tremendous benefits of GraphQL vs. REST.
"This blog post is a follow up from my last article What Vue.js Does Better Than React. Let's take a dive into all the things that I think React does better than Vue.js"
Often you find things on web sites that annoy you. And – as a web developer – you’re even asked to fix some problems in web sites without getting access to the source.
The Svelte team is rethinking on how to build Svelte apps. Here's what you need to know.
For beginners
The guide that will make you understand prototypal inheritance in JavaScript: prototype object, inherited properties, the chain of prototypes.
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