A static API is simply a collection of flat JSON files that live on a content delivery network (CDN). It doesn’t perform any action other than delivering content (static JSON files) to the requesting user.
That’s excellent, as putting space in between flex items has been tough in the past. We have justify-content: space-between, which is nice sometimes, but that doesn’t allow you to explicitly tell the flex container how … Read article “Chromium lands Flexbox gap”
A quick opinion piece by Kev Quirk: Why I Don’t Use A Static Site Generator. Kev uses WordPress:
I’m talking about the idea of image hosting services that allow you to manipulate the URL to the image in order to transform it. In other words, if you need multiple copies of an image in order to do justice for the responsive images syntax, you don’t have to make the images yourself — you adjust the URL so that you have the perfect image for the job.
2. Hide part of your section using clip-path. Read Diagonal Containers in CSS by Sebastiano Guerriero or Sloped edges with consistent angle in CSS by Kilian Valkhof.
We should ban margin from our components.
Markdown has traditionally been a favorite format for programmers to write documentation. It’s simple enough for almost everyone to learn and adapt to while making it easy to format and style content. It was so popular that commands from Markdown have been used in chat applications like Slack and Whatsapp as document applications, like Dropbox Paper and Notion. When GitHub introduced Markdown support for README documentation, they also rendered HTML content from it — so, for example, we could drop … Read article “An Introduction to MDXJS”
Maybe it comes from an API or you’ve constructed it yourself from template literals or something.
I just saw this cool little site from Max Bittker: broider. You design an image on a 9-slice grid (except the middle part) and it will produce an image for you to use with border-image along with the CSS to copy and paste.… Read article “How to Make Repeating Border Images”