There are two opposing views on using non-polyfillable new web features that I find are both equally common in our industry:
Compound components in React allow you to create components with some form of connected state that’s managed amongst themselves. A good example is the Form component in Semantic UI React.
I like to blog little veins of thought as I see them. We recently linked to an article by Facundo Corradini calling out a tweet of ours where we used an where we probably should have used an .
An exclusion element is a block-level element which is not a float, and generates an exclusion box. An exclusion element establishes a new block formatting context.
There are SO MANY ways to go about it. Let’s go through them.… Read article “A Bunch of Options for Looping Over querySelectorAll NodeLists”
The main thing is that it’s not limited to tech … Read article “monday.com, a new way to manage your work! Meet the new visual project management tool”
Within a grid container, there are grid cells. Any cell positioned and sized using the grid-template-* properties forms part of the explicit grid. Any grid cell that is not positioned/sized using this property forms part of the implicit grid instead.
Previously, there were only few options here that could help … Read article “Introducing GitHub Actions”
I’ve seen two guides posted to Medium about animation in the last month that have seriously blown up!
The other day I posted an image, quite literally as a thought exercise, about how you might accomplish “nested” links. That is, a big container that is linked to one URL that contains a smaller container or text link inside of it that goes to another URL. That’s harder than it might seem at first glance. The main reason being that…