I recently had an opportunity to work on a fantastic research and development project at Netguru. The goal of project (codename: “Wordguru”) was to create a card game that anyone can play with their friends. You can see the outcome here.
You know how you open a “project” in a local code editor? I guess different editors have different terminology for it, but essentially what you are doing is opening a folder/directory and it shows you a sidebar full of files and folders you can navigate through and such.
Jeremy takes a fresh look at this here in 2018, noting that the first published desire for this was 15 years ago. All the same use cases still exist now, but perhaps slightly more, since web typography has come along way since then. Our desire to do more (and hacks to make it happen) are all the greater.
We dug into overriding default buttons styles not long ago here on CSS-Tricks. With garden-variety fully cross-browser-supported styles, you’re looking at 6-10 CSS rules to tear down anything you need to off a button and then put in place your own styles. Hardly a big deal if you ask me, especially since it’s extremely likely you’ll be styling buttons anyway.
We also get the ::before and ::after pseudo-elements in CSS, which give us the potential of two more shapes we can add … Read article “The Shapes of CSS”
Here’s how and why the team at GitHub has slowly been deprecating jQuery from their codebase:
This is a great explanatory microsite by Sam Richard.
Then headless CMS is the technology you’ve been waiting for. But with all the buzz around this new technology, you might be feeling a bit lost.