To make a sign in form with good UX requires UI state management, meaning we’d like to minimize the cognitive load to complete it and reduce the number of required user actions while making an intuitive experience. Think about it: even a relatively simple email and password sign … Read article “Using React and XState to Build a Sign In Form”
But was it? It occurred to me that I could repurpose the old iPhone to create a useful weather clock for our hallway.… Read article “How I Built a GPS-Powered Weather Clock With My Old iPhone 4”
But one thing still missing from the Level 1 spec is the ability to create a subgrid, a grid-item with its own grid
This is the first part of a two-part series on creating a Gulp workflow for WordPress theme development. This first part covers a lot of ground for the initial setup, including Gulp installation and an outline of the tasks we want it to run. If you’re interested in how the tasks are created, then stay tuned for part two.
Let’s take a look at a carousel I worked on where items slide in and out of view with CSS animations. To get each item to slide in and out of view nicely I used a cubic-bezier for the animation-timing-function property, instead of using a standard easing keyword.… Read article “Reversing an Easing Curve”
Still no word from the horse’s mouth about the reported EdgeHTML demise, but I hear that’s coming later today. The blog posts are starting to roll in about the possible impact of this though.
But Prettier doesn’t do all languages. Notably HTML. … Read article “Prettier & Beautify”
Here’s the gist of it: