Amy published something similar over on 24 ways, listing out 12 different testing tools. … Read article “Getting Started with Front End Testing”
You’ll get 259 of them. The source code uses the website quackit.com for the data, which I’d never heard of. ????
In this two-part article, we’ll go through the how, step-by-step, first building an example with two thumbs, then identify the issues … Read article “Multi-Thumb Sliders: Particular Two-Thumb Case”
When we’re thinking about choosing colors in design, we’re always thinking about accessibility. Whenever colors touch, there is contrast and, if we’re talking about the color contrast of text, it needs to be high enough to be readable. This benefits people with a variety of visual disabilities, but also everyone appreciates easily readable text.
There is very little guidance on how to organize front-end applications in the world of React. (Just move files around until it “feels right,” lol). The truth is that we can do better. Let’s take a look at one pattern you might consider using to architect your site.
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Custom Select Input by … Read article “Making a Better Custom Select Element”
What if you were to receive something, hmm, more substantial? Like something that keeps giving three days instead of one. Or something that levels up your front-end chops. Or something that lets you network with your peers and gain invaluable … Read article “Save Big on An Event Apart for a Limited Time!”
What has me really excited about building websites is largely around design systems and the design tools we use to build them. Though, design systems are certainly not limited to websites.… Read article “Smarter Design Systems Tools”
For the first time ever here on CSS-Tricks, we’re going to do an end-of-year series of posts. Like an Advent calendar riff, only look at us, we’re beating the Advent calendar rush! We’ll be publishing several articles a day from a variety of web developers we look up to, where they were all given the same prompt: