Allow me to get SUPER NITPICKY about what I like.… Read article “Screen Recording Utilities for macOS”
Let’s talk names.… Read article “Working Towards Better Naming”
In CSS, you might see a ruleset like this:
You’ve likely heard about and started using the usual stuff: arrow functions, let and const, rest and spread operators, and so on. One feature, however, that caught my attention is the use of default parameters in functions, which is now an official ES6+ feature. This is … Read article “Using Default Parameters in ES6”
Two months ago browser support for variable fonts was only 7%, but as of this morning, support was at over 60%. This means font variations is a usable technology right now.
Last year I asked, “Will we be flattening our HTML for CSS Grids?”
Our goal is to create a script that will measure the percentage of unused CSS of this page. Notice that the user can interact with the page and navigate using the different tabs.
I have seen various implementations of the Voronoi Diagram. Perhaps you’ve seen one without knowing what it was. It almost looks like random stained glass:
Chrome 63 now supports the CSS overscroll-behavior property, making it easy to override the browser’s default overflow scroll behavior.
We’ve released a couple of features recently at CodePen that I played a role in. It got me thinking a little bit about the process of that. It’s always unique, and for a lot of reasons. Let’s explore that.… Read article “On Building Features”