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We Didn't Encrypt Your Password, We Hashed It.
You've possibly just found out you're in a data breach. The organisation involved may have contacted you and advised your password was exposed but fortunately, they encrypted it. But you should change it anyway. Huh? Isn't the whole point of encryption that it protects data when exposed to unintended parties?
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It pains me to say it, but React on the verge of becoming a black box. Between Hooks and forthcoming Concurrent Mode, reasoning about your application could get a lot harder.
All modern JavaScript animation libraries use rAF to increment the visual properties of DOM elements, 3D models, or canvas contexts to create motion on the web. However, it isn't a guarentee that this method will run before every frame. A browser might choose to run requestAnimationFrame at lower intervals, and this leads to jerky animations.
Why React is the Top UI Framework in the World.
Beyond using media queries and modern CSS layouts, like flexbox and grid, to create responsive websites, there are certain overlooked things we can do.
The specification introduces two new features that improve both the user and developer experience when it comes to working with focus.
This definitive guide will show you how to create the stroke text CSS effect.
Topic of the week: begginers
Starting out with the web can be quite overwhelming these days. That's why, this week, we collected a couple of nice articles to help you with your journey! 🌇
A few things I strongly believed when I was a junior developer which turned out to be wrong.
Learn to create bulletproof UI components, along the way you'll build an app UI from scratch.
"Sometimes when writing JavaScript, I want to shout “This is ridiculous!”. But then I never know what this refers to."
Some might argue that it’s easy nowadays to make a website header as we have modern CSS layout techniques. That’s not the case as there are some interesting challenges to tackle...
A 3D game rendered entirely in CSS/HTML. Relying as much as possible on traditional html/css features. Can you escape the dungeon?