Speaking of kinda douchey words, I’m reminded of one of my favorite sites on the internet: Unsuck It. Not only does it call out a ton of terms for being, uh, sucky, but suggests unsucky alternatives. … Read article “Unsuck It”
Weekly Platform News: HTML Inspection in Search Console, Global Scope of Scripts, Babel env Adds defaults Query
So, that’s what we’re going to do in this article. We’re going to see how hooks make our development process easier and faster by building a chat application.… Read article “Build a Chat App Using React Hooks in 100 Lines of Code”
Git is command-line-driven software, but that doesn’t mean you have to use the command line to make it work. There are lots of options! Some of the deepest programmer nerds I know prefer to use GUIs for Git (Graphic
User Interface, or you know, software you can see things and click stuff), and some near pure-designers I know prefer working with the command line for Git. Swear to Git.
The reason why I’m very excited is because this solves one of the most … Read article “Hello Subgrid!”
As a UX Designer, I am always looking for good ways to both explore my UX design problems and communicate the … Read article “Using DevTools to Improve the UX Design to Development Process”
This post covers how I built a typography grid for a design system using Vue render functions. Here’s the demo and the code. I used render functions because they allow you to create HTML with a greater level of control than regular Vue templates, yet surprisingly I couldn’t find very much when I web searched around for real-life, non-tutorial applications of them. I’m hoping this post will fill that void and provide a helpful and practical use case … Read article “A Practical Use Case for Vue Render Functions: Building a Design System Typography Grid”
You can make the text inside any HTML element editable by adding the contenteditable attribute.
First, a quick story.… Read article “Deploying a Client-Side Rendered create-react-app to Microsoft Azure”
As someone who has used jQuery for many. years and has recently become a Vue convert, I thought it would be an interesting topic to discuss the migration process of working with one to the other.
Supposedly, this helps browsers prioritize when to download assets and which assets to load.