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Second-guessing the modern web
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Chromium's CSS Flexbox and Multi-Column layout engines now support gap. Check out why grid-gap is old news.
Web Vitals is an initiative by Google to provide unified guidance for quality signals that are essential to delivering a great user experience on the web.
A blog post on how to build a pure CSS game with no JavaScript.
While a fair amount of fine-tuning is necessary to optimize React concurrent mode, this post shows you how it can potentially improve user experience.
An exploration of the CSS contain property that can be of use to help the browser figure out what calculations it can reduce in priority or maybe even skip altogether.
CSS Layout has been transformed over the past years. Smashing Magazine has you covered with all you need to master this new world. If you want to understand the technical details, or learn how to use new CSS creatively, these guides can help.
Styling range inputs has improved dramatically since the release of IE10. It is now possible to generate cross-browser compatible range inputs (sliders) using only CSS.
For beginners
At some point in our carrers, we've all assiged large values to our component's z-index, and even sprinkled some !important on top, just to be safe. Check this article to get a better idea on how to approach this common problem.
Hello form the server side
You've built a service, you call it, it does something and returns a result, but how long does it take, and why does it take longer than your users would like some of the time?