That title is from the opening tweet of a thread from Benjamin De Cock. I wouldn’t go that far, myself. What I like about the term is that ‘Front-End’ literally means the browser, and while the job has been changing quite a lot — and is perhaps fracturing before our eyes — the fact that the job is about doing browser work is still true. We’re browser people. This was a point I tried to make in my … Read article ““The title ‘Front-End Developer’ is obsolete.””
There are lots of things to consider with video:
I love that Paravel is so busy doing so much cool stuff they literally just forgot that they built this and are just now releasing it.
It allows for typing… Read article “The Typed Object Model”
I like when websites have a dark mode option. Dark mode makes web pages easier for me to read and helps my eyes feel more relaxed. Many websites, including YouTube and Twitter, have implemented it already, and we’re starting to see it trickle onto many other sites as well.
“Data Loss” is a funny term. My brain thinks of it like packet loss on the way from the server to your browser, resulting in missing content in files. Perhaps it is that on some level, but in CSS parlance, it has to do with the overflow property. Too much content for sized container + hidden overflow = data loss.
Well, that’s exactly what’s happening.… Read article “A Glassy (and Classy) Text Effect”
I just did this the other day so I figured I’d blog it up. There is a thing called Git Large File Storage (Git LFS). Here’s the entire point of it: it keeps large files out of your repo directly. Say you have 500MB of images on your site and they kinda need to be in the repo so you can work with it locally. But that sucks because someone cloning the repo needs to download a ton of … Read article “Getting Netlify Large Media Going”
There was a fun article in The New York Times the other day describing the fancy way Elizabeth Warren and her staff let people take a selfie with Warren. But… the pictures aren’t actually selfies because they are taken by someone else. The article has this hilarious line of text that wiggles by on a curved line as you scroll down the page.