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They are both URL paths. They have different names, though.
I think it’s somewhat safe to generically refer to them as DevTools. Safari is the only browser that doesn’t use that term, but I imagine even die-hard … Read article “What do we call browser’s native development tools?”
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Oh, you wanna learn how it works? Let’s dig in.… Read article “Building Battleship in CSS”
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The path to becoming a front-end developer, as looked back upon by anyone who self-identifies that way, is likely a very windy one full of thorn bushes and band websites. Still, documenting a path, even if it’s straighter and far cleaner than reality, is an interesting exercise and might just be valuable. Three different writer/developers have taken a crack at it this year and their results have been extraordinarily popular. Let’s take a look.… Read article “Developer Roadmaps”
Buy a domain name. Figure out how to put an HTML file up there. Isn’t that a powerful feeling? Now you’ve got table stakes. Build something.
The CSS Paint API is extremely exciting, not only for what it is, but what it represents, which is the beginning of a very exciting time for CSS. Let’s go over what it is, why we have it and how to start using it.… Read article “The CSS Paint API”
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