CSS is Awesome

We’ve just wrapped up a great series of posts from Chris Ferdinandi on modern form validation. It starts here. These days, browsers have quite a few built-in tools for handling form validation including HTML attributes that can do quite a bit on their own, and a JavaScript API that can do even more. Chris even showed us that with a litttttle bit more work we can get down to IE 9 support with ideal UX.

CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXXI

With all the excitement around CSS Grid, I haven’t seen as much talk about the new fr CSS length unit (here’s the spec). And now that browser support is rapidly improving for this feature, I think this is the time to explore how it can be used in conjunction with our fancy new layout engine because there are a number of benefits when using it; more legible and maintainable code being the primary reasons for making the switch.… Read article “An Introduction to the `fr` CSS unit”

Snap Animation States

It’s about the hot topic that is “CSS in JavaScript”. Mark walks us through how that’s actually not a simple and singular idea, but a continuum of concepts and implementations. There are lots of projects that all approach it in different ways. It’s likely that the best ways are the projects that actually generate real CSS. These things are a far … Read article “A Unified Styling Language”

5 Awesome Sublime Plugins you Won’t Find in Top Plugin Posts

I am a huge fan of Sublime text editor and whenever I go and try other text editors I come back to Sublime crying: “Forgive me I’ll never, ever, leave you again!” But I’m not here to praise Sublime. In this post I’m rather going to share some of the Sublime plugins I’ve been using a lot and which are really helpful and fun to work with. You may find them for your favorite text editor as well.