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Joel Spolsky shared the details behind HyperDev, the latest release from Fog Creek software. It’s a custom IDE for creating node-backed sites in the browser.
Chris Coyier is back at it on CSS-Tricks, telling us about the ways to tell the browser how to optimize. Namely, using the
will-change property, the
contain property, and responsive images.
Job postings for front-end positions have moved further into preferring or requiring additional technologies.
If you’re working in the web world — and writing CSS — you’ve probably heard of PostCSS. But maybe you haven’t really dug into it yet, and you’re not sure what it can do. Well, Jake Bresnehan wrote an article explaining what PostCSS is, what it can do, and how you can use it as part of your workflow.
In this episode, we talk about reducing JPG file size, isometric 3D grids, sticky footers, meaningful CSS, and HEAD.
In this episode, we talk about being where the people are, image effect performance, CSS Purge, object-fit, and going from Zero to Front-end Hero.
In this episode, we talk about !important in CSS, fluent typography, CSS comments, testing accessibility, and front-end architecture.
In this episode, we talk about PostCSS plugins, refactoring, CSS pseudo-classes and elements, animation technologies, and HTML5 accessibility support.
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